The home building process may seem daunting, but we make it simple:
Permits: Proper permits are to be pulled prior to carrying out work.
Excavation: If your house will have a basement, it will be excavated at this time.
Foundation: At this time, your footings and basement walls are installed and put into place.
Framing: The framing is done at this point. The framing crew frames the house, sheathes the floor deck(s), roof deck(s).
Mechanical: If these trades cannot carry out work at the same time, they can be done rather quickly. The mechanical trades are HVAC, Electricians, & Plumbers
Windows & Doors: While the mechanical trades are working indoors, the rough carpenters install exterior doors and windows and complete any details regarding the house framing.
Interior Finishing: All interior finishes include wood trim, cabinets, fireplace(s), flooring material, shower and tub surrounding materials, counter tops, etc.
Finished Mechanical Trades: Electricians can install receptacles, switches, cover plates, light fixtures, etc. Plumbers can install all plumbing fixtures, toilets, sinks, etc.
Clean up & Punch-list: Once the house is complete, it needs to be cleaned of all left over building material, scraps, dust, and dirt. Along with that, comes a punch-list. A punch-list is a list that the builder and the home owner have come up with that has any final touches that need to be done to the house.
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