The Real Estate market is on fire right now. With low interests rates, it feels like the right time to get into the home of your dreams. When looking at the marketplace, you’ll have two choices: buy existing, or build new. While Adair Homes has always made the case for building new—now it appears we aren’t the only ones espousing the advantages of new construction. Real Estate authority Zillow recently released a report on the current state of homebuilding entitled ‘New Construction, Consumer Housing Trends Report’. Inside the report they’ve collated information from Realtors and Home Sellers on the why’s behind the new desire for custom construction.Read More
Where do you go for new-home-inspo? A long, long, looong time ago, you might have visited your local bookstore and thumbed through the magazines before buying a few choice issues from which you’d cut photos and create your ultimate vision board. Sometimes this collection would cover the entire dining room table, fill four cork boards, and overflow a laundry basket. Sound familiar?Read More
In the first part of this series on trending tile we spoke to one of the largest tile distributors in North America, Emser Tile, on emerging trends—and got the perspective of a well-known residential Realtor on the impact of tile when it comes to resale value in your home.
Today, we’ll take a more global glance at tile use in the house before showing you some beautiful real-life examples of tile application in contemporary Adair Homes.Read More
The use of structural and decorative tile has been around a lot longer than you might think! Beautiful tile work has been discovered in architectural remains from the early 13th Century B.C. First made out of baked clay, the term ‘tile’ now refers to many colorful, cut materials including ceramic, stone, metal, clay and glass. Today, the use of tile is ubiquitous to kitchens and baths; its properties are perfect for protecting drywall from heat, water, and oil.
Considering how long tile has been in use, choosing a tile for your home can seem a bit overwhelming. Adair Homes has curated a selection of quality materials to choose from—but the style is all up to you.
Curious what the trend-setters are saying? Read on for some 2021 tips and trends from the experts.Read More
Adair Homes understands there’s a wide gulf between dreaming about your perfect home—and building it from the ground-up. While flipping through design magazines sounds (to many) like pure delight, choosing a floorplan can feel futile. Suddenly, the choices are overwhelming. Construction affordability, design style, and space considerations are all part of choosing the right floorplan. Saying that this step of the process is hard is an understatement.
As 2020 draws to a close, Adair Homes looks back with pride at a team that has pulled together despite the years’ obstacles, worked in harmony (with the utmost of safety in mind!) with our customers, and utilized state of the art technology to build over 500 homes across four states. We’ve weathered through an unprecedented time in our country, with the spread of Covid-19. Through it all, Adair Homes customers have continued to inspire us to work harder, celebrate the little wins as well as the big, and never stop dreaming.
As we turn a corner into 2021, here are our top 5 home plans—as chosen by YOU—our customers, homebuilding partners and friends.
As 2020 draws to a close, Adair Homes looks back with pride at a team that has pulled together despite the years’ obstacles, worked in harmony (with the utmost of safety in mind!) with our customers, and utilized state of the art technology to build over 500 homes across four states. We’ve weathered wildfires, drenching rain, a pandemic, and an election! Through it all, Adair Homes customers have continued to inspire us to work harder, celebrate the little wins as well as the big, and never stop dreaming.
As we turn a corner into 2021, here are our top 5 home plans—as chosen by YOU—our customers, homebuilding partners, and friends.
Topics: Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Custom Home Washington, Homebuilding Tips, Floor Plans, Financing, Design, Custom Homes, Finding Land, Homeowner Testimonial, FAQs, sweat equity, value, cost
We use the phrase ‘on-your-lot’ quite a bit around Adair Homes. Why? Well, it’s exactly what we do. At Adair Homes, we build your house on your lot. We aren’t buying large tracts of land and developing neighborhoods as you might see in expanding suburban areas. Instead, our business is focused on helping our clients build homes on land that they choose. Through our unique home building process, our clients acquire strong equity positions in their improved properties—not to mention their dream custom home come true.
Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Realtors, Homebuilding Tips, Site Development, Floor Plans, Financing, Homebuilding Process, Design, Finding Land, real estate, sweat equity, value, cost
When beginning down the path to your dream custom home, it's essential to find the right property. The characteristics of the land will influence the overall design of your home. The size of the lot will impact the size of your home, and which of our plans are the best options. If the lot is sloped, you may consider a daylight basement, or additional foundation. Are the utilities already connected, or do you need to account for those during site development? All of these considerations will be important during your search for the perfect parcel of land.
But how do you find that place?Read More
Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Homebuilding Tips, Lifestyle, Southwest Washington, Floor Plans, Homebuilding Process, Design, Custom Homes, Homeowner Testimonial, appointment, Customer Experience, sweat equity, value
Building a forever home is a once in a lifetime joy; a custom floorplan and personalized touches can add so much to your daily lifestyle. So many of our Adair Homes’ customers have been happily surprised at the immeasurable enjoyment of the little things: a long-desired walk-in pantry, the extra third bay in a garage, a wrap-around porch with egress off the kitchen. But building a house isn’t always easy—or fun. In reality, there are a variety of challenges to be met in every build job. One of the more obvious, but often overlooked obstacles, is distance.