Our Process

Envision Your Dream Home:

Embarking on the journey to build your dream home with Legacy Enterprises starts with a vision. We invite you to share your aspirations, inspirations, and the unique elements that will make your home truly yours. Our initial consultations are a platform for you to articulate your desires, whether it’s a specific architectural style, layout preferences, or distinctive features. We believe in capturing the essence of your dream to lay the foundation for a truly bespoke home.

Crafting Your Bid:

Once your vision is crystalized, Legacy Enterprises begins the meticulous process of crafting a bid for your custom home. Our team, comprised of skilled architects, designers, and builders, collaborates to turn your ideas into a comprehensive plan. Every detail is considered, from the choice of materials to the intricacies of design. The bid not only outlines the estimated cost but also provides a transparent breakdown of expenses, ensuring that you have a clear understanding of the investment required.

Collaborative Decision-Making:

With the bid in hand, we engage in open and collaborative discussions to ensure that every aspect aligns with your expectations and budget. Legacy Enterprises values your input at every stage, allowing you to make informed decisions. Whether it’s refining design elements, selecting materials, or addressing any specific preferences, our process is designed to be a partnership where your vision and our expertise converge seamlessly.

The Unveiling of Your Custom Built Home:

As construction commences, you witness the transformation of your dream from plans to reality. Legacy Enterprises takes pride in executing each phase with precision, from the laying of the foundation to the final finishing touches. Our commitment to craftsmanship, quality materials, and attention to detail shines through in every corner of your custom-built home.
The journey concludes with the grand reveal of your unique sanctuary. Walk through the doors of a home that not only meets but exceeds your expectations. Legacy Enterprises delivers not just houses but living narratives, each custom home a testament to our dedication to turning dreams into reality. Your custom-built home is more than a structure; it’s a legacy, a reflection of your individuality, and a space where memories will unfold for years to come.

Things To Consider When You're Building A Custom Home

You want to make sure that comparable products are being used when comparing bids. An example would be some builders would bid vinyl windows to lower the cost on the bid while quality builders use all wood or fiberglass windows. Also check your allowances to make sure they accurately represent what you’re looking at for lighting fixtures or any other items that can add to your custom home. 

Local building inspectors, sub-contractors, real estate agents and other home owners. 

Check with your builder and local hardware stores to find out what high the quality materials are. 

when builders want to make sure the ground under a building is strong enough, they do a compaction test. First, they take some dirt and put it in a special container. Then they add water to make it a bit wet, just like when you’re making mud pies. After that, they use a machine to squish the dirt really tight.

Once the dirt is all squished, they measure how much it got squished and how much water is in it. This helps them know if the dirt is strong enough to support a building without sinking or moving around. It’s kind of like checking if your sandcastle will stay standing when the waves come in.

There are two types of pricing when it comes to home building. Fixed and variable. Make sure your homebuilder uses a fixed type pricing so you can stay in budget and on time. 

Quality builders will not have an issue with you walking through all of their ongoing and past builds to see the quality from start to finish. 

Also, quality homebuilders will be able to provide you phone numbers for past and present clients so that you can hear the quality that’s going into their build. 

Builders should have weekly updates, and be able to answer your calls or questions in a timely fashion. 

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