In meeting with future homeowners, I’ve found myself fielding an increasing number of inquiries about structural insulated panels (SIPs).
Barden Building Products Blog Archive
Dear Future Homeowner,
The first thing on everyone’s mind when thinking about building a new home is obvious: how much will it cost?
Last year, customers built a wide range of our floor plans through our Barden Independent Dealers. We were happy to help so many future homeowners realize their dreams of constructing new customized homes in 2019.
While each of our floor plans meets different needs -- and are fully customizable -- there are a few we love but aren’t often selected. We’ve gathered 3 of our favorites that we’re hoping to see more of in 2020.
Perhaps one of these “hidden gems” is your next home?
Panel building, or panelized home construction, can seem like a complicated method to those who are unfamiliar with it.
But the truth is, when compared to modular or stick building, there are many aspects of the process where panelized construction simplifies the process for the homeowner.
If this article is the first place you’re hearing about panel building, it might be helpful to visit some of our past blogs where we explain the concept in detail:
- Behind the Scenes of Panelized Construction
- 5 Reasons Why Panelized Home Construction Makes the Best New Builds
- The 6 Steps to Custom Home Building with Panelized Construction
If you feel comfortable with your understanding of the basis of panelized building, let’s hop into the areas where it helps to simplify necessary build processes.
Downsizing a home means something different for everyone.
Whether you’re moving locations to better suit your empty nest, seeking a more accessible home, or looking to build a home that has dedicated spaces for hobbies and interests -- the process of downsizing marks an exciting new chapter.
We’ve put together this guide to help answer questions we hear from people building their downsized dream home and aid in making the process go smoothly.
Most people only build a custom home once in their lives. Because of this, unfortunately some prospective homeowners are blinded by unexpected costs that they failed to budget for before building begins.
We put together this guide to help homeowners expect the unexpected, and account for every aspect of home building that might arise.