We help de-stress the home building process with our digital 3D design renderings.
Our 3D renderings let us predict how your home will look before construction even starts. These fantastic tools will help you to visualize yourself in your new space. We listen to your requests and wish list items for your new home and then are able to present our tailor-made solutions with an accurate 3D rendering. This process ensures that there are less suprises and that your home builder is understanding your vision.
If you've been following our facebook page, you've seen updates of our latest house project. Once we get everything cleaned up and looking spiffy I will post more pics to the website. I'll be the first to admit that the website and this blog have been under-used and one of my New Year resolutions is to change that! Facebook is just so darn easy to post to! This whole website stuff is still rather intimidating to me and I have a lot to learn about maintaining it still! I was very insistent that I have a blogging portion and had visions of me sitting at the computer, coffee in hand, writing every day and becoming a famous blogger haha. Then came along a baby, with colic, and building projects, and well, life, and those dreams kind of slipped away. But this is my solemn vow that all things change now!
Over the last several months we have been working with a couple designing a custom home. They initially had an acreage outside of town picked out and a house was designed for that area, however due to varying circumstances (to include less than ideal soil samples), they are now planning on building in Red Hills. A new house was designed for the particular lot they chose and some initial dirt work has been completed.
If the process seems overwhelming and you’re not even sure of where to start, don’t feel alone. The prospect of building a home (especially a custom home) is exciting but can also be very intimidating. There are so many questions running through your head: What kind of home do I want? What kind of home can I afford? Who will build it? Where will I build it? Where do I find plans? Do I need an architect? Should I build a custom home or pick one of five plans from a builder already in an established subdivision? These are just a few items one needs to think about, and believe you me – it’s just the start.
With all the decisions that come with building (or remodeling) a house, it’s easy to overlook some of the more “luxury” items that can be installed. By luxury I do not mean to imply expensive – more just items that we don’t necessarily need and can easily live without, however you find yourself saying “I wish we would have put in (fill in the blank).” Sometimes we don’t even know these types of things exist until we are strolling through the aisles at home improvement stores or visiting a friend. So here is a list I have compiled of those little luxuries that we don’t often think about until it’s too late.