The Destiny Homes Building Process
Building a new home is a HUGE investment. Often times our clients have an idea of what they want but don’t know where to start. That is why we have a 9 step process to ensure that your build will get you your dream home without any stress.
Step 1: Initial Contact
Step 2: Meeting
If we both feel that we might be a good fit, we will book a meeting. Preferably this meeting is done in-person but we can schedule a zoom or phone meeting for anyone who is out of town. During this meeting, we ask many more in depth questions about your project.
We strive to build the house you want and we encourage you to discuss any ideas, needs, wants, or future considerations. The more detailed we get, the more accurate we can be later on when we present you with a quote. We do this, so that we don’t have to “surprise” you with a big bill at the end of the build as we value transparency. It is also important for you to be open with your budget so we are on the same page and offer the right solutions.
Step 3: Conceptual Drawings
Step 4: Budgetary Quote
Step 5: Blueprints and Energy Evaluation
Step 6: Fixed Quote
We are now ready to give you a fixed quote on your new home. This quote will include detailed specifications so you know exactly what is or is not included in the home. We sit down and review the documents with you so we are both on the same page. If you have any questions or are unclear on anything, then we will do our best to give you the answers you are seeking. The reason we do a fixed price contract is to ensure that we won’t secretly make up some charges along the way and leave you with an unexpected big bill. If we mispriced an item then it is too bad for us. We guarantee we won’t pass over our cost because of a mistake we made.
However, if you do decide to make changes to the scope of your project along the way, we will fully support you. We will provide you with an estimate for a charge or a credit for your requested change order to the contract and have you approve or deny the variance before proceeding with the work.