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A site built or stick built house offers you a great deal of freedom in choosing how you want to lay out, decorate, finish, and utilize your new home.  There are many design options and features to consider as you plan your home and your future in it.  Review the following options for some ideas that can help you with planning.  Keep in mind that the professional staff at A to Z Maintenance is fully versed in this arena, and can help guide you through each step of the homebuilding process, creating a shared commitment to the project.  We want to give you a home specifically tailored to meet your needs and interests, and which reflects your particular style and taste.  We want to give you a home that you love to live in.

Home Style

One Story
Two Stories
Three Stories
Split Level
Basement

Layout Options

Number of Bedrooms
Number of Bathrooms
Master Suite
Kitchen
Laundry Room
Pantry
Home Office
Family/Great Room
Den
Dining Room
Breakfast Nook
Bonus Room
Rec Room
Sunroom
Media Room
A versatile Loft
Mudroom
Garage (Attached, Detached, Size, Included Work Area)
Basement
Attic
Fireplaces
Entryway/Foyer
Other Rooms

Outdoor Options

Decks
Screened Porches
Patio
Front Porch
Carport
Gazebo

HVAC Systems

Heating Systems: Electrical, Propane Gas, Oil, Wood/Coal
Cooling Systems: Central Air System, Room Units
Control Systems: Programmable, Other
Air Quality Systems: Humidifier, Dehumidifier
Distribution: Duct System, Radiator, Other

Weatherization

Fiber Glass Insulation
Spray Foam Insulation
Weather Stripping
Other

Foundation

Slab Foundation: Least expensive; property must be graded relatively flat; consists of poured concrete slab with depth to support interior walls
Crawlspace Foundation: Generally preferred for most homes especially if the lot slopes; allows for utility and sewage lines under the home; consists of reinforced concrete block approximately three feet tall around the perimeter of the home with structural piers located under load bearing points
Basement Foundation: Can be used as additional working or storage space; can be walk-out daylight basement or cellar type; finished or unfinished

Home Exterior

Vinyl/Aluminum Siding
Wood Shingles/Panel
Brick Facing
Stone/Masonry
Stucco
Shutters
Decor
Trim
Other

Kitchen

Cabinets
Lazy Susan
Drawers
Counter Tops
Seating Area
Islands
Sinks
Faucets/Fittings
Sink Appliances
Pantry/Storage
Wine Storage
Open Shelving
Flooring
Lighting (Primary lighting, Task lighting, Under/interior cabinet lighting)
Kitchen Appliances: Cooking Top, Cooking Range, Microwave Oven, Exhaust Vent/Hood, Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal, Trash Compactor, Refrigerator, Ice Maker, Wine Refrigerator, Recycling Bins, Other

Master Bath and Other Bathrooms

Bathtub
Jacuzzi Whirlpool Tub
Shower
Steam Shower
Sinks
Faucet/Fittings
Cabinets
Toilet
Other Appliances
Medicine Cabinet
Vanity
Counter Tops
Sauna
Laundry Facilities
Storage Facilities

Other Considerations

Ceiling Heights (Cathedral, Standard, Volume, Tray, Vaulted)
Closets (Walk-in, Standard)
Interior Trim
Color Palettes  
Flooring: Hardwood, Laminate Wood Flooring, Carpeting, Tile, Cork, Marble, Slate, Vinyl, Custom Inlaid 
Driveway and Parking Area
Grill Station
Outdoor Cooking Station
Jacuzzi Hot Tub/Spa
Landscaping
Storage Shed
Other Amenities

Some Completed Homes

       

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