The answer to this question is specific to the design. Houses with more elaborate aesthetics will price higher than houses without. Based upon our findings of some of the designs we have submitted for estimate our square footage is far below what other builders are building for at the present time.
It won’t. Period. We work WITH our clients to keep them on budget. At the beginning of the project we will determine a target range for the construction of your new home. An old carpentry adage states: “Measure twice, cut once.” The implication is this: with proper planning, forethought and vision your work will be more accurate. When it comes to the initial plan the rule truly is the same.
In simplest terms, as much or as little as you’d like. We love it when our clients are involved in every aspect of the design, from planning the layout to choosing finishes and materials, because we want you to be happy with every inch of the home. But we’re also more than willing to make recommendations.
We aim for a 90- 120 day deadline. We have prepared a detailed timeline of each stage on our PROCESS TIMELINE
At the present time engageBUILD does not have an inventory of lots. However, we work with area developers to identify availible sites for your project. We can also build on a lot that you own.
Yes we most certainly can and would be happy to accomodate a design to meet the constraints, orientation and characteristics of your site. We strive to preserve unique elements that exist on your site such as mature trees, protected wetlands or other structures that may have a certain sense of value to you or to the project.
We are committed to building green in every way possible. It is important however to balance this commitment with budget and other practical considerations. It is through investing in green building practices now that you will realize payback and reward in the future.
This has been a popular question and currently we consider builds within 100 miles radius of Fargo Moorhead. Please understand that the further the distance the greater the cost may be due to subcontractor travel charges.
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