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Creating The Perfect Home

by Kuhrich on Monday, February 11, 2013

When building group homes in Pennsylvania, contractors understand that a home needs to fit the needs of the people who live within its walls. Unlike purchasing an existing home, an individual who chooses to purchase a custom built home can create their own perfect dwelling. Homes are made to order with the appropriate number of bedrooms and baths to fit the needs of every family, large or small.

Homes can be made with hallways wide enough to allow for wheelchairs to pass through easily. Ramps can be installed to allow residents easy access to and from porches and into doorways. Handrails can be installed in bathrooms and along stairways to aid residents who may need assistance in that manner.

Homeowners who are conscious about their impact on the environment can have earth friendly heating and cooling systems can be installed as the home is being built. Energy saving materials can be used in the building process in addition to solar panels or small wind turbines to help create energy the home can use to sustain its needs.

Custom built group homes in Pennsylvania are designed according to the specifications of the customer and future homeowner. The homeowner is able to choose the layout and floor plan of the home, as well as any amenities they wish to have included. They also are allowed to set a budget for the project. By setting a budget, the new homeowner can eliminate the risk of overspending on frivolous purchases.

New homes are large financial investments. When a homeowner decides to have their new home custom built, they are choosing how to secure their own investment. Most homeowners purchase a residence with the hopes of remaining their for several years to come. When buying a custom built home, the owner is ensured they get exactly what they want, as well as positive benefits from their investment.

+Ken Uhrich is lead Estimator and Purchaser at Custom Home Group, a Design/Build company, located in Lancaster County, PA. You can follow Ken on Twitter: @kuhrich Or visit his company website: www.customhomegroup.com