New Construction Home Building Process

New Construction Home Building Process

Whether you are a first time home buyer, or a homebuyer wanting to sell and build you forever dream home, choosing to build a custom new home can be exciting but also overwhelming!  The process of building a new construction home is completely different from purchasing a home already built and knowing the steps that go into building and purchasing your brand new home will make it so much easier!
Some perks of building a new construction are:
-  It is designed and built not only the way you want it, but up to date with current trends so you won't have to remodel down the road.  
-  You can customize the layout or features to personalize your space.
-  Many new homes include Energy Star-rated appliances that can reduce use of electricity or gas and lower your utility bills.
-  Brand new energy efficient new windows, insulation and brand new up to date HVAC systems will improve your air quality and keep your home even more affordable!
 
Step 1:  Finding the land you want to build your new construction home on and choose your builder if you are not building in a new construction neighborhood with an established builder.
 
Step 2:  Preparing the construction site and pouring the concrete foundation
 
Step 3:  Framing
 
Step 4:  Electrical, HVAC and plumbing 
 
Step 5:  Insulation
 
Step 6:  Drywall
 
Step 7:  Interior finishes
 
Step 8:  Exterior finishes
 
Step 9:  Fixture insulation
 
Step 10:  Flooring installation
 
Step 11:  Final inspection
 
Step 12:  Final walkthrough
 
Building a home from the ground up can feel daunting at times, but the end reward supersedes all of that!  The gratification knowing that your home was custom built, all fixtures and designs were chosen and thoughtfully executed for your home by you, and  that it was built brand new and up to date, is absolutely priceless!
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Listing information last updated on June 14, 2024 at 1:00 AM EST.

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