Customizing Your Own Post and Beam Georgia Home

by | Apr 10, 2013 | Construction and Maintenance

Choosing a custom home is an exciting time, as you get to take everything you have ever wanted in a home into consideration. Working with the builders and the designers of your future home, you can come up with a plan that is totally unique to you, making for that perfect dream home.

If you are considering hiring a builder that specializes in Post and Beam Georgia homes, you will find that an open framework type of house sounds very attractive. The openness of the structure is not only eye appealing but gives off a more rustic and cozy feel. It also makes the home feel larger by not having so many solid walls.

Not only does a Post and Beam Georgia home feel the attractiveness inside, it can also show it on the outer structure, as well. By customizing your home, you can custom design the outside as well as the inside. By having exposed timber on the outside such as a log home, gives off extra curb appeal that many people find just as attractive. So, if sometime down the road, you decide to move, that extra exposure of wood or logs can lead to a higher home value.

Of course, when you are building a custom home, you are not thinking about potential value immediately, you are thinking about what you, as a homeowner would like. Make sure you talk over all your options with your builder and designer and if necessary, bring up questions about additional designs or ideas that you would like to see in your home.

Just because a builder doesn’t have it in their current repertoire, does not mean they are not open to new ideas. Work with him or her to come up with a plan that you are happy with, rather than a custom stock home that they are used to building. Giving fresh ideas to your builder is giving them ideas to move forward in their business; remembering you as the person who inspired them to go that extra step.

Make the most of your time customizing your dream home and it will prove to be a successful operation between everyone involved.





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