Barden Building Products Blog Archive
A career owning and operating a custom home building business is exciting. It’s also challenging. Most importantly, it’s rewarding. How many lines of work let you help people realize the home of their dreams?
Becoming a custom home dealer is a life-changing decision. So is expanding an existing business. That’s why it’s important to find the right manufacturing partner.
As a company specializing in designing and supplying custom-home material packages, we’ve seen homes of all shapes and sizes. We often joke that we’ve never manufactured the same home twice, as each homeowner builds a house that meets their specific needs.
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.
Now that you’ve made the decision to build a new custom home, you’re probably wondering what the next steps look like if you choose to go the route of panelized home construction.
Or maybe you’re deciding between a couple different methods, and haven’t settled on the perfect one for you. The panelized building process is unique to other methods, specifically when looking at it compared to the traditional stick building process.
We put together this guide so you could take a look at what each phase of the process looks like, from the first step you take to the day you move into your new home.
Most people, whether they know it or not, have seen the end result of panelized construction: the unique homes and churches that spring up in their area.