In our last post, we examined the common concerns of building a new home – and the ways in which we put those concerns to rest. In today’s post, we’ll look at another common misconception about new home builders in Asheville, NC and the surrounding area: the idea that there are limited options available when it comes to choosing the new home builder that’s right for you.
Many buyers today believe they are faced with a single decision: should I go with a large national builder or a smaller, independent general contractor? A common concern of working with a national builder is that the builder is too large to pay attention to your needs or offers little in the way of customizations. On the other hand, you may be concerned that the smaller local builder may be under-resourced, resulting in slower-than-expected progress or a delayed move-in date.
The builder that so often gets overlooked in this conversation is the regional builder – the company that strikes the right balance between size and service. Windsor Built Homes is just such a builder. We’re small enough to listen to your needs but large enough to deliver when we say we will.
Having built more than 3,500 homes to date – spanning Western North Carolina, Eastern Tennessee and Upstate South Carolina – we have earned a reputation for reliability and quality construction. We also understand the ins and outs of building in the Asheville area, from working with the area’s best subcontractors to navigating our way through the permitting process to knowing the most desirable parts of town – and building distinctive planned communities there.
The truth is that there are a number of talented new home builders in Asheville today, and we count ourselves among them. If you are hoping to build a new home in Fletcher, Weaverville, Arden or the surrounding area, we invite you to take a closer look at us. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more professional organization that delivers more value and more quality for the price.
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