Most Frequently Asked Home Building Questions
Most of our clients have a lot of questions about the home building process. In order to start serving you with professionalism and integrity, we have gathered together the top 10 most asked questions.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, we are licensed and insured.
Do you provide free estimates?
We offer the hassle-free assurance of a free project estimate.
What kind of work do you do?
We specialize in a wide-range of projects that range from additions, to designing and building luxury, custom homes.
Do I have to worry about contracting with electricians, plumbers, or carpenters ?
We will successfully manage all phases of the project. As needed, we also work with trusted partners, who are licensed and insured.
What about zoning and permits?
We will acquire all of the necessary zoning requirements and permits that are needed to complete your project.
Do you provide a warranty on your work?
We do provide a 1 year warranty on any work that we perform.
What makes you different then other builders?
Having practiced medicine for 15 years, I have a meticulous attention to detail and quality control. Being a scientist, I tirelessly research the latest building technologies, providing you with a state-of-the-art building. Low maintenance materials that last a lifetime, extreme efficiency, smart home features, and a non-toxic environment go into every home.
Who will be managing my project?
Your builder or project manager will be on your job site everyday there is work being performed. It is impossible to ensure the high standards that we demand in our projects without constant attention.
Are design services available?
Yes, our dedicated team can assist you in bringing your vision to reality. Incorporating cost-saving design elements and optimizing layout for optimal energy efficiency is a priority.
What kind of specialized education do you have?
I am a licensed builder and hold a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. I have a special interest in environmental medicine, the science of building, and hold a certification in ICF construction. Materials used in building your home can have a dramatic effect on your health. From interior air quality and mold control, to removal of potentially toxic materials that are all to often used in standard construction.