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New Home Build

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Service Description

To start, you’ll want to make a list of your goals. Which design features are must-haves, and which are optional, should your budget allow for them? By separating needs from wants and prioritizing the most important aspects of your new home, you’ll gain clarity, and you’ll be better able to explain your needs to our/your architect. Not sure of a design? We can help with that, With thousands of customizable Blueprints to choose from. -Country House Plans -Craftsman House Plans -European House Plans -Farmhouse Home Plans -Traditional House Plans -Tudor House Plans -Exclusive House Plans -Green House Plans -Luxury House Plans -Newest House Plans -Starter House Plans -Vacation House Plans To build a home, you’ll need a place to put it. Pick a city and check out local real estate listings for desirable lots that suit your needs. If you live in an urban area where available land is hard to find, you may be able to purchase a dilapidated home that happens to occupy a suitable lot. Having troubles finding a suitable location? we can help with that too. You know what you can afford to spend or borrow. Now it’s time to make sure the house you want can be built with the capital you have access to. When creating a budget, you’ll want to factor in all of the necessary construction materials and labor, the utility charges and permits, and the fees for designers, landscapers, and other professionals.Once the construction process is underway, you might be tempted to change your mind on a few key details. Resist the urge as best you can, unless you simply can’t live without making a few alterations. Making changes mid-project can be costly, time-consuming, and stressful.


Contact Details

3146089153

brandon@schultzcontractingstl.com

785 Redwing Drive, Florissant, MO, USA


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