Home Builder

Navigating new home construction can seem daunting, particularly when faced with the pervasive myth that new houses are cheaply built. This blog post aims to dispel this myth, offering you valuable insights and practical tips on ensuring the superior quality of your newly-constructed home.
Before deciding to build a home on your own land, take our advice on how to choose a homebuilder to help ensure you don’t overlook anything critical.
punch list
Toward the end of the construction process, your contractor will walk through your new home and note any final touches that still need to be completed. These things might include: Plumbing/electrical defects (like a light switch not working) Issues with thermostats, ductwork, or appliances. Missing hardware on cabinetry & showers/sinks.
How We Build Energy Efficient Homes | Reinbrecht Homes
Learn how we make sure each of our new construction homes are 35% more energy efficient than the industry standard!
Home Insurance Tips, From a Homebuilder
Homeowners & future homebuyers should understand the importance of properly insuring a home, so we’re going to offer up some industry tips to help avoid underinsurance.
reasons home materials shouldnt be bought by you
Is it cheaper to buy your own materials or do your own labor when building a new home? The short answer is no, and there are a few reasons why.
Homebuilder Red Flags
These 9 red flags could be indicators of future, much bigger problems. To protect your largest investment, your home, listen to your gut. Know when to say no.
First Meeting with a Homebuilder: What to Expect & How to Prepare
The day’s coming when you’ll meet with your homebuilder face-to-face. It’s important to feel prepared, and arrive with very specific goals in mind. Here’s what you need to know.
Use these easy tips to reduce stress, work more efficiently with your homebuilder, and genuinely enjoy your homebuilding experience.