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Avoiding Common Problems with Your Builder

Building a house is a lot of work for the builder, but it's also a lot of work for the homeowner. Here is some seasoned advice to help smooth the construction process. The homeowner's work begins with hiring the builder, or general contractor, which is where many projects start to go wrong. Yet, problems arise [...]

By |May 17th, 2008|Before Your Build, Home Construction|0 Comments

Choosing A Neighborhood

By Cynthia Doggett You know you want to build. You have your dream house plan in mind. But where? Haven’t you heard? Location, is everything. In fact, location has the greatest effect on everything to do with your investment—in terms of property value and your family’s well-being. Choosing a neighborhood sounds easy enough, but there [...]

Be Your Own Contractor

 By Cynthis Doggett In a lifetime, there are not many projects that equal the enormity of building a new home. It is a tremendous investment of time, funds and for many, the realization of a long awaited dream. One way to ensure that your dream house becomes a reality is to be your own contractor. [...]

By |May 17th, 2008|Before Your Build, Home Construction|0 Comments

Defining Reality for the Owner-Builder

By David Porter AIA - Consulting architect to the Garlinghouse Company since 1989  So, you are contemplating building a house. You have the option of trying to build it on your own or to hire a professional, licensed, experienced builder. Hmmm, already just reading over the words, "professional, licensed, and experienced" might make you question [...]

By |May 15th, 2008|Archi-Tech Tips, Home Construction|0 Comments