One of the most important parts of the building process is the Poimboeuf Homes, Inc. building method. We take the time to learn about you, your family, and your habits. We want to know what you need in your new home and how the design, construction methods, and details will best compliment your interests and lifestyle.
Whether you already know exactly what you want or you need to call on our expertise and advice to help you determine your needs, we are committed to work with you every step of the way to make sure your new home is just what you had in mind.
As with most any project, proper planning goes a long way toward pre-ordained success. If, for example, you select one of our fine floor plans, we will sit with you and revise the drawing to suit your family. This is a process that shouldn’t be rushed and often involves many revisions and fine-tuning. We know from experience that, properly done, this procedure is vitally important to the quality of your finished home.
Once we have worked through all of the details, we will prepare a price quote for you that will build exactly the home you want – within your budget and on time.
Typically allowances work to the builder’s advantage and not the homeowner’s. Allowances are usually quoted as a "fixed standard" and any selections by the homeowner are charged in addition to the quoted price. At Poimboeuf Homes, Inc. we receive your input and ask all the proper questions. The "carpet allowance" for example, is not set at an arbitrary "$15.00/yd". Instead, we ask about your preferences, determine your wants and needs, and, together, we agree on an allowance that will provide those needs. The benefit to you is that you don’t have to worry about exceeding your "allowance". They were, after all, set with your input and desires in mind. In this way, you can be assured that the quoted price of you new home will truly build your dream.
Before you chose the builder of your new home…
Can your builder answer all these questions with a "YES"?
- Are my allowances sufficient to build the home I want?
- Is my price firm?
- Have I been informed of any unexpected expenses that may occur?
- Will you be receptive to changes and improvements during the construction?
- Can I expect your best effort in every aspect of my home’s construction?
If they cannot answer "yes" to each of these questions, then you need to contact us!