Congratulations! So you want to build a home. This can be an exciting and daunting time, and the process will be made a lot easier by working with the right custom home builder. Prospect 30 Eight Construction, Inc. has the experience and the expertise necessary to get you through your project from the ground up. while following any budget constraints and meeting the projected timeline.
We go through strategic pre-construction planning, budgeting, price analysis, and scheduling processes that allow us to identify potential problems ahead of time prior to breaking ground on your custom home. Our careful procedures minimize excessive labor and material costs. Working with you, we will create efficient work schedules, sound budgets, and innovative design ideas.
Prospect 30 Eight Construction, Inc. strives to build custom homes smarter, using the latest in materials and systems to maximize your home’s efficiency. We use cutting-edge equipment in all of our custom home projects. We are at the forefront of innovative building practices, with custom home projects all around the metro area of Denver in places like Confier & Evergreen. Prospect 30 Eight Construction Inc. has been taking the lead in creating environmental and energy-efficient building programs since 2006.
We can accommodate all of your new home construction needs from demolition, excavation, foundations, framing, drywall, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC, through to the finishing touches of tile, finish carpentry, and paint. Your home will be structurally sound, energy-efficient, and customized to your needs and lifestyle, limited only by your imagination.
Design/Build Custom Home Builder
Our Design + Build approach on custom home building allows you, the future homeowner, to be in contract with a single entity to manage every aspect from the DESIGN to the CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT needs all with one team. Our goal is to help you design your new home precisely to fit your every need. We will then build it to exact specifications.
We dedicate ourselves to keeping you in the loop for every step along the journey by using a detailed progress report, schedule updates, and images of your custom home being built. We also provide daily updates so you always know how the process is going. From the first meeting until the final walk-through, you can rest assured that Prospect 30 Eight will be there to ensure that your project is running smoothly and on time, on budget, and that your experience with us is as stress-free as possible, especially if you live in Lakewood, Littleton, Evergreen, Conifer or Boulder.
Home Design Phase
If you have an idea of what type of home you want, we will listen to your ideas and always prioritize your needs. We genuinely value your input and want to understand your vision. At the same time, we can also give feedback on whether what we discuss will meet your budget constraints.
When we discuss your project list with you, we can propose ideas, questions, and alternatives that you may not have considered before. It’s important to have solid planning so that you will be satisfied in the long run. You need to consider current and future lifestyles, and we are trained to help you make effective decisions. If you have strict budget criteria, we will guide you on the places where you would be able to save a bit of money and prevent you from cutting corners on areas where you shouldn’t.
At the onset, we will establish expectations for what can be done according to your budget as well as the laws and regulations in your area. The proposals we craft are detailed to include everything from materials, timeline, and budget. We also include the layout and design so that you are informed and can compare proposals more easily. Details are important especially in the design process so we can make sure that they are not overlooked during construction.
When you talk to our in-house design team, you’ll see the care they take through all the planning and architecture behind your home, as well as the engineering. They will walk you through the right options when it comes to selecting your interior finishes, exterior finishes, and your landscaping. When the process is complete, you can be confident that your custom-built home will look amazing while also being a safe and sound structure for you and your family.
Alternatively, if you have already selected an architect or interior designer, we would be more than happy to work together with them. We want you to be satisfied with your future home!
Our construction team is available to manage all aspects of the construction process. This includes adhering to your budgets, scheduling subcontractors, all of the deliveries and inspections, filing and completing the permitting process, and the on-site management of each trade–every step of the way.
We believe in a construction process that is in-depth and done carefully. Our commitment to precision and thorough construction practices are apparent in the details of every custom home project in Arvada, Lakewood, Littleton or Golden.
During new home construction, unexpected problems can come up and impede the process. We do our best to anticipate these, but that is not always possible. We are prepared for the unexpected and have the expertise that allows us to find solutions while remaining calm. If there are any issues, we are quick to communicate and transparent so you know what is happening.
To provide you with full construction services, we are a licensed contractor and we only work with trusted professionals that we know will complete your project in a timely manner. Our relationships with our local subcontractors’ network ensure that you will get the best tradesmen at the best value. Most of our projects are located on the western side of Denver such as Arvada or Lakewood. These relationships have been built over decades and ensure that every member of the team is reliable.
Some Considerations to Discuss With Your Custom Home Builder
Your HVAC System
Planning out your HVAC system can prevent issues with moisture, which could lead to the growth of mold. This could be disastrous for you and your family’s health. You should also carefully consider how large your units are. If your model is too small, it won’t regulate your home effectively; if your model is too large, it will use too much energy. Asking these questions will help you make sure that your home has the right HVAC system.
If you don’t plan to have a very large home, it’s essential to consider storage needs and space planning. It’s also important to consider where your storage is placed, as thoughtful planning here can make your lifestyle more convenient. Do you need a walk-in closet, and where should it be located? Would you prefer to have an extra closet or an extra bathroom? Do your storage needs require you to build a larger home? These questions are often forgotten, but they are so important to think about.
In your future home, lighting should be generous and outlets should be easy to come by. Talk to your design team about where lighting will be placed and how many outlets they plan to have in each room. Windows are also important to think about; at least one should be present in every room. Large windows should be the main light source; these have the advantage of making rooms look bigger. Skylights may also help add more natural light.
Use of Rooms
Many people are intrigued by the prospect of a game room or novelty room, but these rooms may not be often used. If you are thinking of adding a spare room, it can be beneficial for it to be a room that transitions easily between uses. You may start off initially using a gym room often, but if you transition away from that and want to use the room for something else, it should be simple for you to do so.
Location of the Bedroom(s)
Bedrooms should be placed in areas that are as far away from noise and traffic as they can be. If there is a master bedroom, it should be kept away from central living areas too. Ideally, it should not even share a wall with the central living area. For a house that’s built on one level, the master bedroom should be located at the far end of the house, or the side that is farthest away from the garage.
Location of the Kitchen
The kitchen should be placed near a garage or back entrance, so groceries are easily brought in. It should also be located near dining and living areas, so people can access the kitchen easily. If the kitchen is too centrally located, people may be often crossing through the kitchen to get to other living areas. That can be disruptive if the kitchen is used for cooking often.
The garage should be on the main level, close to areas that need to be accessed often from the outside. For some people, the ideal location will be near the kitchen or mudroom.
The placement of the laundry room can be a very personal decision, as some people prefer to have it in the basement while others prefer it to be close to the bedrooms or the kitchen. If you don’t want to have a separate laundry room, think about where you want the washer and dryer to be placed.
When designing your home, you should think about your habits and lifestyle. Thinking about how long you plan to stay and what safety features you may need will make this long-term investment more valuable for you and your family. If you plan on having children or staying in this home until retirement, these considerations will affect what you may want to be included in the home.
You know your family and lifestyle best, so don’t let any custom home builders, designers or architects tell you what you need. They can make suggestions, but only you know what is best for your family. We recognize that, which is why we always talk to our clients to find out what best suits them. Build a new home life in Evergreen or Conifer.