Our custom home building skills have been refined over many years to give understanding and control to you, our client, throughout the process.
We encourage our clients to gather their ‘building team’ from the start of the project—architect or draftsmen, interior designer if you choose to use one, lender and builder – so that all understand your key criteria for the home, your needs and desires, as well as your budget. With careful upfront planning, we strive to avoid surprises, and set backs. This coordinated approach makes for a smoother and more rewarding experience.
HOMESITES, PLAN AND FINANCING
If you have not selected your homesite, we can help you find the right piece of property, and evaluate if it’s suitable for your desired home. Location, views, size, elevation, easements and setbacks are all considerations in choosing a homesite.
Choosing or designing the right plan…….. We have many plans for you to choose from. If you find an existing plan that works for you, we can estimate the cost. If you choose to design a completely custom home, we can estimate the cost after the conceptual drawings have been completed. We will go through the bidding process to ensure that costs are kept as low as possible.
We have strong relationships with Preferred Lenders that can provide homesite loans, construction loans and the final mortgages.
Once your design plans are completed, approved and permitted, your Acadian Residential Contractors construction manager, will have a final kick-off meeting with you prior to groundbreaking. He will then coordinate and supervise the activities for the project. Regular meetings and jobsite visits will be scheduled with you.
Prior to move-in, the construction manager will perform a final walk-through with you, the client.
Our home building inspector, Sid Kornegay, an engineer and former certified inspector, is on staff to insure quality throughout the process, doing periodic inspections of all properties under construction.