John Houston Custom Homes – The Building Process
John Houston Custom Homes prides themselves in their customer experience that goes far beyond the sell and closing of the home. When you choose John Houston as your builder, you can expect a team to not only walk you through the milestones of the building process, but to guide you through the important decision making and to manage all the many details to build your home your way.
It all begins with selection. When you come into a John Houston model home, you will be greeted by a sales manager who will ask you a few, simple questions about your needs and wants in a new home. They will begin by identifying a floor plan design that may reflect your personality, day-to-day life, and your budget. You can choose a plan from their design series or design a custom plan with their in-house architecture team. You can, of course, also get an idea of what the home will feel like by touring one of the several model homes in the area.
Next, you’ll discuss structural options that allow you to personalize the home design and select the home site that is just right for you and your family.
John Houston Custom Homes is a complete one-stop shop with financing available through their preferred lender that specializes in new home construction loans.
Now the fun part really begins. After financing is secure, and your home is underway, the selection process starts with a design consultant at the JH Design Center. Blueprint concepts come to life as you personalize your new home with the latest options in flooring, countertops, lighting, cabinets, and backsplashes – all the elements that make a John Houston house your home.
You will meet with your sales team and builders several times throughout the building process. John Houston Custom Homes believes the key to a successful relationship is constant communication with their buyers.
Then, before you break ground, your builder will meet you and your sales manager at a pre-construction meeting to go over your plan and design selections, answer any questions you might have, and ensure you are all at the same page going forward.
Aside from keeping you up-to-date with the building of your new home, you will have a pre-dry wall meeting before the walls go up to double-check and ensure all the electrical and plumbing is done correctly and placed in the proper location.
Next, when your new home is complete, you will have a homeowner orientation. Here, your builder will walk you through your new home to acquaint you with its features and the operation of various systems and components. He will also explain your responsibilities for maintenance and upkeep as well as warranty coverage(s) and procedures. This orientation is also a good opportunity to spot items that need to be corrected or adjusted.
Finally, you will sign the closing papers and receive the keys to your brand new dream home.
At John Houston Homes, they believe in building more than just homes. They believe in building lifelong relationships.
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