Are you curious about the process of building and designing a custom home with Adair Homes?
We know that when you’re building a custom home, it can be both exciting and overwhelming at the same time. That’s why we try to remove any unexpected surprises by walking you through each step.
But don’t just take our word for it. Some of our incredible clients maintain blogs where they discuss what it’s really like to build a home with us. These blogs document everything from time frames to securing a loan to interior decorating. You’ll definitely get a sense of what to expect when you build your own custom home with us.
For a complete listing, be sure to check out the customer blogs page, but here’s a look at a few blogs (past and present) that really show our building process:
Our Lacey Adair Home Blog follows the building of the Forshey’s home, the 2160 square foot Columbia. The Forshey’s blog shows lots of beautiful images of their home, starting from paper work to final move in. You can read along as the bathroom is installed, the driveway is added, and appliances are moved in.
Our New Adair Home Blog is maintained by the Stephens family. They built the Josephine, which is our spacious 2382 square feet custom home. Follow the image-abundant blog as our crew digs the foundation, installs the roof and sheetrock, and pours the concrete.
Build Me A House! Blog documents a family’s move from a home that was literally making them sick, to a brand new custom built home. The home they chose was the comfortable and roomy 2830 square foot Livingstone plan. We especially love how the family decorated the home with colorful accents.
We encourage all of our clients to start a blog as soon as they start the building process. Your blog will chronicle all of your hopes, nerves, advice, and adventure, so that you can share the experience with your friends and family. And the best part is, you can do it right now! We’ve created a guide here to help you get started. Our client blogs are the best way to see first hand how our custom home building process works and also a great way to encourage community as you walk through this dream home adventure.