Phase 3 begins after the final plans have been completed. These are the final steps required prior to ground breaking and the beginning of construction.
Once we have final plans and pricing, we proceed to contract. This is where we outline the terms of the building process, timeline etc...
Regional Building Department
We submit the final set of plans to the Regional Building Department for approval. This process can take from 2 to 4 weeks, depending on the size and scope of the project.
Staking the lot
This is a metal steak and string outline of how the actual footprint of the home will look on the lot. This is often required by developers and/or community "Architectural Control Committees
Site Preparation & Tree Removal
Preserving the natural beauty of the home site is of paramount importance to us. That's why we remove trees and brush on an "as needed" basis. Removing trees allows us to open view corridors, bring more light into the home site and can help keep costs down. The faster we can get trucks in and out of the build site, the more money we save.
Once we have approval from the Regional Building Department, Community Architectural Control Committee and/or Home Owners Association, we are ready to proceed to Phase 4 and start construction.