Decision-making in the Custom Home Design Process: Here’s Help!
If you’re thinking about building a new home in Connecticut, making the decision to build a new home is a big one. But it’s only the first of many decisions you’ll face.
Where should you build?
Do you want to live in an existing community or build your home in a brand new community?
What style of home fits you the best?
How much home can you really afford?
What’s the right floor plan for your family’s lifestyle and needs?
Should you build a standard home, or would you be better off building a custom home?
The longer you think about building a home, the longer your list of questions becomes. But we have good news for you: You don’t have to dig up all the answers on your own. Talking to builders and designers before you make critical decisions should be a part of your homebuilding process.
Professionals in the homebuilding industry have been down this road a time or two (we’ve been doing it in the Wallingford, CT area for 30 years!), so they can probably anticipate a lot of the questions you have about building a home. You don’t need to be shy about asking questions—especially if this is the first time you’ve built a home.
We’ve even made it really easy to get started. All you have to do is schedule a no-obligation phone conversation with one of the professionals at Sunwood. Your phone conversation will only take about 10 minutes, but you’ll come away with some very helpful information about current design trends and what other people in your situation are doing. You’ll even end up with a budget range that will help you determine how much house you can realistically afford. You’ll also get answers to basic questions you have about the homebuilding process. And at the end, we’ll advise you about some next steps you can take—even if working with us isn’t the best fit for you.
And should you decide you want to work with us, we’ll be there for you during the building process to answer questions. For us, that’s a big part of the custom homebuilding process.
To build, or not to build? That’s just the first question. We’d love to help you answer your homebuilding questions so that you end up with the home that’s right for you!