There are quite a few moving pieces in home construction and custom-built homes in Denver, and that means that it is easy to get overwhelmed. We make it as stress free as possible with home builders in Denver that act as your advocates. From start to finish, you’ll work with one project manager, and a client care specialist to give you access to a client care specialist who can answer any questions, and provides access to schedules, photos, upcoming decisions and any relevant documents.
How Our House Builders Start Denver Home Construction Projects
Once plans have been drawn up, permits have been pulled and contracts have been signed—the home construction around Denver begins. For the first phase, the foundation is poured—a concrete base upon which almost everything else will be built. Then the house is framed, this is where you see the 2x4s go up, the walls take shape and the layout becomes visible. For the final part of the first phase, the plumbing, electrical and HVAC (ductwork, etc.) is installed.
Efficient Custom Home Builders in Denver
Our luxury home builders in Denver then begin the middle work, the unsung hero of the custom-built homes process. This is where insulation is installed, the drywall is hung, taped and then textured. Hard surface flooring and countertops can then be installed. On the outside of the house, the driveways and walkways are poured. This is where custom-built homes in Denver really take shape, and custom home builders’ skills shine, even though parts of this middle process often go unnoticed.
Denver Home Builders Polish Your Final Product
The final part of the construction project is where our Denver custom house builders really sparkle. The mechanical trims (light switch cover, etc.) are installed, as are bathroom fixtures, mirrors, shower doors. The regular flooring can be installed throughout the custom-built homes. Outside of the custom-built homes, the dirt is graded, and the landscaping can finally be installed. We have our own master craftsmen in Denver to handle any of the small details that will really make the project pop.