Building Process

Building a custom home can be a rewarding and satisfying experience for both the new home owner and their builder.  Waddell Custom Homes LLC has an established, time proven process in building custom homes for over thirty years and is proud of their commitment to excellence in designing and building custom homes with expert craftsmanship.  

Keys to ensuring a smooth and seamless new home building process include understanding expectations at the outset in terms of: 

1 - Style and features of the home.  2- Anticipated budget.  3 - Time frame for selections.  4 - Projected completion date and move in. 

Here is what to expect when building your custom home with Waddell Custom Homes LLC: 

1 - Initial meetings to discuss house plans, specifications and special features. 

2 - Signing a purchase agreement and communicating the change order and warranty policies. 

3 - Plan reviews, framing walk throughs, electrical and plumbing inspections. 

4 - Color choices, cabinet, countertop, flooring, paint and hardware selections are scheduled with the builder's representative. 

5 - Homeowner orientation, including demonstration of your new home's features.

Communication is essential for a positive custom home building experience.  WCH LLC has an outstanding reputation in this area as they are available to meet, talk and schedule appointments as necessary.  Homes need a personal touch and with WCH LLC, the customer has the Flexibility to customize their home and create a unique, permanent residence they will enjoy for many years. 

News

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  • Cost of Building Materials is on the Rise May 16, 2017

    Prices of softwood lumber, gypsum, ready-mix concrete and OSB all rose for the second consecutive month, according to the latest Producer Price Index (PPI)  released on April 13 by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Softwood lumber and OSB experienced the largest price increases.

  • Top 3 Things Second-Wave Baby Boomers Look for in a Home January 18, 2017

    According to data from the U.S Census bureau, there are approximately 76.4 million baby boomers living in the United States today. Contrary to what many think, there are very different segments within this generation, and one piece that sets them apart are their housing needs.

Waddell Custom Homes
2243A Ebenezer Road
Rock Hill, SC 29732
Phone: (803) 985-4160
Fax: (803) 985-4165