Building your own home is no small task. Your journey will be a long one, full of surprises and complications along the way. But the rewards of successfully building your own home are well worth the hard work. You can have everything your way structurally and style-wise, from your bedrooms and kitchen to your bathrooms and other living spaces. You’ll be able to install the latest appliances, use the most up-to-date construction materials, and follow the most current architectural trends, ensuring your home will function as smoothly and safely as possible.
So how do you go about building your own home? Your first step should be to consult with a Sacramento home builder. Your contractor can evaluate your property and help you to design a home that works well with your unique space and accommodates your personal preferences, style, and goals. Your contractor will be an invaluable partner throughout the construction of your new home, helping you to create and submit permit-ready plans for approval, order materials, hire subcontractors, and bring your dream home to reality.
To talk to a Sacramento home builder who can help you design and build your dream home, contact Russ Johnson Construction today.
SACRAMENTO HOME BUILDER VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:
TITLE: How to Build a House
WORDS ON SCREEN:
Center Beam Set
Sil Plate Installed
Floor Joists Set
¾ Subfloor Set
Exterior Walls Set
Other 2 Built
Interior Walls Built (not filmed)
Interior Walls Raised
Began Roff Trusses (not filmed)
½ Roof Set
OSB Sheeting Up
Begin Tyvek Wrap
Shower Unit Arrives
Finish Tyvek Wrap
A place for cooking, socializing, and sneaking a late night snack, the kitchen is also a place where accidents occur. In fact, according to the National Kitchen and Bath Association, the kitchen can be the most hazardous place in your home—if designed improperly.
Fortunately, there are many design strategies, tips, and special features that can reduce common risks and help create a safer kitchen environment—from installing proper lighting to strategically placing electrical outlets away from water sources. There are also a variety of modern kitchen appliances and products designed with safety in mind, including lock-out fridges and ovens, anti-scald facets, and kid-conscious stovetops.
It doesn’t matter if you have a sprawling back yard or a huge master bedroom—a too-small kitchen can make your entire home feel cramped. Fortunately, a smart design and thoughtful layout can make even the smallest kitchen pack a big punch. When it comes to making a small kitchen feel big while maximizing efficiency, it comes down to three things: lighting, appliances, and—perhaps most importantly of all—storage.
Bombarded with so many images of perfect home kitchens on our TV screens, in the pages of magazines, and on the screens of our computers, it’s easy to forget one important fact—in the end, a perfect kitchen is a kitchen that is right for you.
The arrival of a new baby. The launch of a work-from-home business. A burgeoning interest in home beer brewing. These are only a handful of the countless reasons you may have for needing more space in your home. But if moving to a bigger house or building a home addition aren’t within your budget, you still have options for expanding the usable living space of your home.