Choosing a builder for your new home? Here’s why you should go with a custom home builder instead of a cookie-cutter floorplan and exterior.
Where did the concept of cookie-cutter homes and suburban neighborhoods come from? After World War II when middle class soldiers began coming home, the housing market was overwhelmed with families wanting affordable housing. To meet the demand, builders started constructing homes in an almost factory-line manner, ordering bulk materials and building homes without custom design elements to keep them affordable. But as the economic downturn took hold in the 2000s, and media of the 90s and 00s started depicting the darker side of suburban living, these cookie-cutter neighborhoods fell out of popularity.
Today, you have the ability to really customize and personalize your home like never before, and the opportunities are almost endless! Rather than buying a home built to satisfy demand, you can choose to build a home exactly the way you want. A custom builder can offer you choices that big, cookie-cutter building companies often can’t. Considering the investment you’re making when building a home, and that it’s where you’ll spend most of your time, why not make it perfect?
With a custom builder like Precision Custom Home Builders, not only do you get to select basic characteristics like the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, but you get to work with a team whose primary focus is helping you create your dream house. Love stone? They’ll build you a custom living room with a stunning, two-story, rustic stone fireplace. Prefer a more modern touch? A custom builder team can create your own spacious, modern chef’s kitchen! Interested in more playful design elements? The possibilities are endless! Contact us for more information or to talk to one of our custom builders