Reasons To Use a Professional Builder
Experience. A professional builder brings years of
experience into the construction of your new home. The builder
will make it all happen...on time. All the different trades
involved in the building of your new home are under the watchful
eye of an experienced professional until your home is completed.
A professional builder also advocates affordable housing and
tax abatement, two important issues that help make your dream
of owning a home come true.
Knowledge. In addition to experience in constructing
new homes, a professional builder must have an in-depth knowledge
of the electrical, plumbing and structural building codes
in the area. Professional builders must also keep up-to-date
on frequent code changes. In order to build a home in the
most cost-effective and time-efficient manner, a professional
builder must know which permits are required, as well as when
and and who to file them with within the various divisions
of the building department.
A professional builder takes pride in his or her work, and
in the reputation he or she has earned among home buyers.
Through careful planning and engineering, a professional builder
will assemble a team of top craftsmen and suppliers to ensure
that your home is built with the finest materials and technology
available on the market.
Latest Designs. Through
experience in the marketplace and participation in the various
builder associations and trade shows, a professional builder
is on the cutting edge of new design trends, including the
newest use of volume ceilings, oversized windows, as well
as many other features that make today's homes more livable
and roomier than homes built just a few years ago.
Energy Savings. From
your insulation and choice of windows and doors, to your air
conditioning and heating equipment, as well as kitchen, laundry
and bath fixtures, your home can be a big energy saver OR
a big waste of resources. Only a professional builder can
help you make the right choices. A professional builder's
experience, coupled with long-established relationships with
many suppliers, all work together to keep the builder in tune
with energy-efficient, energy-saving technologies.
of the high standards and fair manner in which a professional
builder conducts business, a professional builder is recognized
and respected by the people he interacts with, including government
agencies, local businesses and buyers.
Code of Ethics. To
succeed and maintain professional standing within the building
industry, a professional builder is bound by a specific code
of ethics. This code of ethics promotes professionalism and
skill in business affairs, and providing customers with the
best housing value possible, the best quality, the best warranties,
and the highest standards for safety.
professional builder will belong to associations like the
Twin Lakes Home Builders Association and the National Association
of Home Builders. Through these associations, a professional
builder can advocate for affordable housing and tax abatement,
two important issues that help make your dream of owning a
home come true.
professional builder is constantly learning, frequently attending
building seminars and trade shows throughout the country to
receive extensive, ongoing training in new building techniques.
A professional builder will research materials that can be
used to build your new home with the latest designs and state-of-the-art
systems that will add to the value of your new home.
Warranty Protection. A
professional builder will usually include warranties on workmanship
and materials used, so you can rest a little easier when making