Imagine the day of your wedding. You’ve said your vows, you’ve shoved cake in the face of your beloved spouse and now you’re dancing the night away with friends and family without a care in the world.
Hiring the right builder is about the last thing on your mind.
But then the day comes. You are ready to build your dream home with your significant other and things become much more difficult than anticipated. The construction industry has been facing a large demand throughout the country for both commercial and residential construction. New builds and renovations are at an all time high. It has become ever more challenging with lack of labor and limited supply chain to keep up with the demand of projects. With so many factors, the question is how do you harmoniously build a custom home and keep both the husband and wife happy?
The short answer: hire the right builder.
"Saving marriages one house at a time" is the motto here at A Finer Touch construction because we put the A-Team into place to ensure that your dream house comes to life. Even in the difficult climate we're in when building a house can feel daunting, it is even more essential that we strategize and order products much earlier than years past to offset delays. We have adapted and evolved with every new challenge to ensure that our clients and their happiness are a top priority.
The best methods to a successful project with our client is proper planning and a proper team. The best projects are those where the designer, builder, architect and landscape architect work together with the client through preconstruction and through the entirety of the process. Making sure all members of the team, clients included, are on the same page prevents miscommunication and frustration in later parts of the building process. This provides a great foundation for the project to be built in a timely manner and within budget. Both of those are pertinent to the project’s success and happiness of the client. If we fail to plan, we plan to fail.
Marriages are saved when we plan accordingly and have the right people on the job.