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Effective Communication: Key to a Successful Building Process

Bill Reynolds (Selecting a Builder)

Communication is important in all relationships, and your relationship with your builder is no exception. Effective communication between client and builder will reduce concerns and stress before, during, and... read more

Sustainability - The High-Performance Home

The High-Performance Home

Bill Reynolds (Sustainability)

Many of our buyers are less interested in “green” construction than they are in homes that offer health, comfort, and low ownership costs.

“Green” construction hasn’t been as big a hit among homebuyers as some builders hoped it would be. It’s easy to see why. Green has been over-... read more

Selecting a Builder

The Role of the Builder

Bill Reynolds (Selecting a Builder)

A lot of people don’t understand the sheer complexity of the builder’s job and the systems required to build a house from scratch.

Many analogies have been used to describe the professional builder: the conductor of an orchestra, the captain of a... read more

Selecting a Builder

Size Matters: Choose Your Contractor Wisely

Bill Reynolds (Selecting a Builder)

The low-bid, budget company may cost more in the long run. Here's why.

Does your builder have the size and -- more importantly -- the management systems needed to handle a custom home project? If not, the final cost in dollars and... read more

Selecting a Builder

5 Key Questions for Your Builder

Bill Reynolds (Selecting a Builder)

You've finally decided to build that dream home and have invited us into your living room or have cornered us during the Parade of Homes. Now what?

As a professional homebuilder, we are prepared to answer any questions... read more

Sustainability

Insulation: Stay Cool without Sweating Energy Bills

Bill Reynolds (Sustainability)

New homes are built to save energy, and a primary component of that goal is insulation. The definition of insulation, however, is rapidly expanding as homebuyers and energy codes demand even better energy-use performance from new... read more

Sustainability

Is Geothermal in Your Future?

Bill Reynolds (Sustainability)

Improving home energy efficiency and building more sustainable housing is no longer a trend -- it's mainstream. As a professional builder, we feel it's important to keep up on emerging technologies that may soon help our clients save money, improve comfort and reduce our impact on... read more

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