Consultation with builder if desired.
Throughout the project we welcome your input. You can be involved as much, or as little, as you would like to.
Survey, building scheme, building by-laws, geotechnical review (if needed).
Confirm view corridors, sun’s path, neighbourhood influences. Envision landscaping.
Define needs and budget, general design.
Identify themes or designs which are important to you. Work out siting of house with builder so home “belongs” to the site.
Detailed Plans & Specifications
Finishes, features, themes, options, trim details.
You review plans, specifications, materials, renderings (coloured drawings of house) if you like.
Detailed Budget Review
You review budget and determine your spending priorities and limitations. Consider mechanical systems and conservation strategies.
New home warranty, engineering, construction schedule, deposits.
You approve budget prior to permit application. Make product and finish selections so we can order all materials.
Clearing & Excavation
View the site once clearing and general grading have occurred to confirm how you would like the house to marry with the site. Envision landscaping.
Foundation & Drainage
Framing to Lock-Up
Framing, roofing, windows, exterior doors.
Verify the function of spaces; last minute changes to plan, windows, doors.
Mechanical Electrical Rough-In
Plumbing, heating and cooling, electrical, fireplaces.
Understand infrastructure within your home. Ensure features you want are incorporated.
Insulation, Drywall, Siding
The home will really take shape for you at this stage. Last chance to change colours.
Paint, flooring, cabinets, shelving, electrical and plumbing finishing, interior trim.
Final choices for shelving, etc.
Decks, patios, landscaping.
Fine tune for landscaping details and plantings.
Occupancy permit, commissioning, follow up, warranty service.
You receive a detailed warranty manual, your occupancy permit, and all documentation for the construction of the house. You will be part of a “walk-thru” where you will be familiarized with the house’s mechanical systems.
Ken and your project manager are just a phone call away if you need them for any reason.