Yes, we are! You can feel confident and have peace of mind that our license is and has always been in good standing, there are no unresolved complaints, and we have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
There are a ton of things that make Brendon T. Warfel Construction emerge amongst different builders as one of the best, such as: returning phone calls promptly and showing up on time, being committed to giving our customers the best and most helpful information, providing detailed customer-centered proposals, client communication is a key objective, managing our projects very seriously, having a handpicked professional team, using the best and most experienced subcontractors, always giving honest advice to our clients, even if it does not benefit us, having a great reputation with local building officials, standing by our work, and being prepared for unexpected issues and doing our very best to resolve them. We are there from beginning to end to guide you through your home building process, unlike other builders. We have a devoted staff who is experienced and who knows how to make this procedure simple and smooth for you. We help with every detail from securing a loan, submitting permits, selecting a floor plan, to ensuring that the home is finished on time. This is especially helpful for people who haven’t ventured into building a home before and don’t know where to begin. We go well beyond to guarantee that your experience is flawless from the very first moment.
The typical time frame to completely build a custom home is 10-12 months. It can take more time contingent upon the quantity of updates and/or changes. The real development takes anywhere in the range of 6-8 months, contingent upon the extent of the home. Various components can likewise influence assemble time, such as permitting, environmental factors, or difficulty of the lot.
At Brendon T. Warfel Construction, we are very committed to giving our clients the most accurate estimate possible in terms of overall costs to build a home. Typical things that can affect the cost after the budget has been laid out are items and upgrades you select, and the land you are building on.
When thinking about building a custom home, it is also very important to consider your financial situation beforehand. It is a good idea to talk to a lender about getting pre-qualified for a custom construction loan before you start so you can have an idea of what your true budget will be. Construction loans are meant to provide temporary financing during the building process. Brendon T. Warfel Construction has preferred lenders available to you, and we can help you learn all about the different kinds of construction loans before you make a decision. Mortgage financing will come along after your home has been completed and will be used to pay off the construction loan.
As in many areas, finding the right place to build can be challenging. There often is great competition for lots in good locations, especially in good school districts for those families with children. We can help you find one that’s perfect for your family.
We can design your floor plans right here, in-house! Custom designed homes are what we specialize in and love to do for our customers. We also build homes with floor plans obtained and designed by other home designers.
Reputation speaks volumes about any contractor or homebuilder. If you go with a company with excellent references and satisfied customers, then you’ll likely get a quality end product, at a fair price. Check out our project portfolio for examples of our work.
Although remodeling can be and often is very dusty and dirty, we take measures to reduce the mess while your project is under construction. We install plastic dust barriers and drop cloths to isolate the construction area as much as practicable. We cover any HVAC registers in the work areas. We often incorporate “negative draft” practices to help further reduce the migration of dust to other areas throughout your home.
Estimate: This is just that, a rough range of the costs that you’ll incur during your project. It will likely change as design and material selections are refined. An estimate primarily gives the customer a better sense of how much they should set aside for their project.
Proposal: This is a detailed price which is typically based on several site visits. It will include the exact design plans, labor and building material costs, and a detailed project scope. Both contractor and customer sign off on this proposal, whose terms are determined in a contract.