Custom homes provide an immense number of options, and all have to be chosen by you. Knowing what you need in your home, what you want, and your budget allows you to reap the greatest rewards from building a custom home.
Various features will factor very differently into the overall cost of your custom home. Working closely with a designer, you can create a space that not only keeps a roof over the heads of you and your family, but also provides a space for all your needs. The finishes and trim options depend greatly on what you and your family need and value. The design for your custom home will likely go through various drafts, as the needs are refined and you consider the site and other factors in the construction. Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing must all be taken into account before any actual work can begin.
Working with a company focused on custom homes allows their expertise and experience to shine through as well. The network of skilled contractors needed for the various aspects of a custom home construction and the various timing requirements means that a principal project manager will be essential to the timely and cost-effective completion of your custom home. In addition, permits from municipal and/or local conservation authorities can be time-consuming and confusing without the help of those who’ve dealt with such paperwork before.
At Timberidge Carpentry, our core business is the start-to-finish custom framing and building of your home or new addition. From planning and permitting the design to demolition of the prior structure, construction, framing, and whole-project management, we have the skills and the staff to keep your project on-time and on-budget. Timberidge Carpentry is a Tarion registered and Energy Star Builder, so you know the work we do comes with a warranty and that your home can save you money in the long term by being Energy Star compliant. Let us help you build your custom home!