Do you want a custom built home that fits both your needs and wants? You can make this a reality if you design and build a home. The possibilities are endless but the process involved can be daunting.
At Dawol Homes, professional custom home builders Myrtle Beach have mapped out the building process that will make sure that your experience is rewarding and positive. They will offer you a step by step and tried and true building process that will help ensure efficiency, cost savings, time and satisfaction at each step in the construction of your custom home.
Designing Your Custom Built Home
The first step when designing your custom home involves selecting the floor plan. You can choose one from the popular floor plans offered by Dawol Homes. With the help of a design specialist, you’ll customize your home’s structure to meet your personal desires and needs. Aside from that, you’ll also get a 3D architectural rendering of your house to get a glimpse of your beautiful custom built home.
After making the design decisions, the next phase is the building process. Before you break ground, you need to have a preconstruction meeting with your custom home builder. You’ll discuss the next phase of the project and your builder will answer all the questions that you may have. You will also get daily updates regarding the progress of the building project.
Once the preliminary work is finished, the construction phase will proceed. The basic order of building events are as follows:
- Rough in air, heat, and plumbing
- Framing and roofing
- Doors and windows
- Plumbing and HVAC
- Insulation and drywall
You will also have to decide on the following:
- Outlet and light fixture placements
- Accent bricks or capstones
- Layout of pantries, closets, and beams
- Landscaping design
Once the closets, cabinets, and trims have been installed, when the walls have been painted and the finishes have been included in the interior, it’s time to do a final walkthrough with your project manager. When you’re sure that that you’re satisfied with everything, then it’s time to close and transfer to your new custom home.