Busted! Don’t Believe These Home Building Myths!
When it comes to building a home, there is a ton of information spread about the process and pricing of building a custom home. While some of this information may have been true at some point, a lot of it has changed due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past year, Coronavirus has impacted the availability of construction materials, schedule of projects, interest rates on homes, and so on. Unfortunately, the current circumstances has given rise to more myths and sparked confusion about the housing market, construction industry, and home building process.
To shed light on the truth and help you make more informed decisions during this time, Farwes Homes Ltd. has dispelled two of the most widely believed home building myths.
Myth 1: The cost of a new home will not exceed a customer’s budget
The cost given to the customer is on the basic house built according to the specifications. Any changes that the customer makes will affect the final price. Therefore, the final price of a house may not always fall within a customer’s budget.
Myth 2: The house should be ready on time
With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is impossible to get an exact delivery date for many items. As a result, many projects may get delayed.
To find a trusted home builder who can stay on top of the latest construction news and help you bring your vision to life, reach out to Farwes Homes Ltd. As a custom home builder in Port Hope, ON, we try to give customers the best product possible within their budget.
We offer 46 different elevations and over 65-floor plans in a variety of styles and sizes. You can start with one of our floor plans and make the changes you want. Or, you can bring us your ideas and we can custom design your own individual home.
We offer our home construction services to clients across Port Hope, Belleville, Peterborough, Quinte West, Newcastle, Grafton, Brighton, Rice Lake, Fraserville, and Campbellford, ON.
To learn more about the services we provide, please click here. If you have any questions about constructing a home during this time, get in touch with us by clicking here.