custom home builder Myrtle BeachMyrtle Beach, a city and vacation resort on South Carolina’s Atlantic coast, is the hub of the Grand Strand, a 60-mile string of beaches. It’s also known for its celebrity-designed golf courses. Along its beachfront boardwalk are arcades, souvenir stands and restaurants, as well as the old-fashioned amusement parks and the SkyWheel, one of the country’s tallest Ferris wheels. 

When you’re planning a construction project in Myrtle Beach, you should always remember that the custom home builder you choose to work with will have a significant effect on project. A reliable and great builder will help your construction work succeed. If you would like to make an informed decision, you should know the assets of every builder that you’re considering.

Choosing A Custom Home Builder


Credentials will determine if a custom home builder is ideal for the project you’re planning to have. The National Association of Home Builders as well as the National Association of the Remodeling Industry and even the National Kitchen and Bath Association and other building industry associations provide learning opportunities and award certifications based on experience and exam.

Those who do not want to advance their skills generally belong to one industry association so be sure to search for memberships in local and national associations when you are considering the home builder’s background. You can also gauge their passion for their work by asking about award and accreditation.

Communication Skills

A well-built custom home in Myrtle Beach must flow the building code that’s been set by your local department. Ability, skill, and knowledge are needed to manage the many different functions and the stages of the project. The custom home builder should inform you always about the status of the project throughout the whole timeline as you, the home owner, need to ensure that the custom home builder is well informed of those things in your life that may affect your availability or accessibility.

Mutual respect and reasonable expectations could help make the project succeed. When the custom home builder says that he knows how to complete projects faster, then make sure to ask for more details.

Construction Costs

Architectural drawings must be provided before a project receives building permit that’s been stamped by the building department stamped. When the drawings are created and given to the custom home builder, the subcontractors could provide their estimates, and then the custom home builder may assemble these construction costs and provide a range for the cost of the entire project. The architects do not have to manage these costs because it’s not part of their training or their job.

custom home builder Myrtle BeachExperience

Design build provides several advantages to the client because it will highlight the collaborative and transparent nature of a successful project management right from the start. To be informed and updated regarding the material’s costs and labor is crucial in the management of the home construction project to give a much better recommendation to the clients when they are choosing during the design phase.

Value and Quality

Tour the houses that were built by the custom home builder that you’re considering to hire and ask if you could ask to some of their past clients. Don’t forget to ask who many projects they were able to finish on a timely manner. Watch out for clues that inform you on how experienced the custom home builder in Myrtle Beach is. Trust your instincts, too.


An excellent and reliable custom home builder has a good reputation. Keep in mind that word of mouth could either make or break any custom home builder. Be sure to look for builders that have a positive reputation.

Call Dawol Homes now if you need help in building your dream home.

Dawol Homes
9404 Hwy 17 Bypass,
Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
(843) 294-2859

Dawol Homes Sales Office
3100 Dick Pond Rd # E
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588

We build homes in: Cypress River Plantation, Waterway Palms, Waterbridge, Murrells Inlet, Collins Creek, Bellwood Landing, Carolina Forest, Plantation Lakes, North Myrtle Beach, Socastee, Surfside Beach, Pawleys Island, Litchfield Plantation