13 Mar Sterling’s Pre-Construction Process – Part III
The key to a pleasant custom home building experience lies in the processes and organization developed by your Austin custom homebuilder. At Sterling Custom Homes, we have created and continually refine our systems to provide you with the most organized, enjoyable building experience in the industry.
This blog series will delve into our pre-construction process, which contains 10 easy steps that carefully guide you to the actual construction of your unique Sterling Custom Home.
Step 6: Preliminary Plan Review
In our world a preliminary plan is a ¼” scale version of the clients’ floor plan and elevation. You’ll recall that the prior plan versions were at a smaller 1”=10’ scale. We review the ¼” scale plan with the clients, providing them with furniture cutouts to work on the space planning. Any changes to the plan are communicated to the architect and a final Preliminary Plan is produced.
Step 7: Finalize Preliminary Plan and Specifications
Once the preliminary plan is finalized, we meet with the clients to go through the Sterling Detailed Specifications. In these meetings we will take the client through the plan, room by room, and define the scope of the project. We will discuss every option available as we determine the materials and finishes that will be applied. Our specially developed interactive software system automates this process and produces a comprehensive document defining every detail of this unique home.
Stay tuned for additional blogs covering the remainder of our innovative pre-construction process.
Sterling Custom Homes has been the premier Austin home builder since 1989. We are a full-service custom homebuilder eager to assist you with your lot analysis, home design and construction. For more information about our unique process please contact Gary Grambley at email@example.com or call 512-263-2214.