Sacramento Home Builder Video: How to Build a House

46Building 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:

Day 1:
Center Beam Set
Sil Plate Installed
Floor Joists Set
¾ Subfloor Set

Day 2:
Exterior Walls Set
Other 2 Built

Day 2.5:
Interior Walls Built (not filmed)

Day 3:
Interior Walls Raised
Began Roff Trusses (not filmed)

Day 4:
Finished Trusses
½ Roof Set
OSB Sheeting Up

Day 5:
Roof!!
Begin Tyvek Wrap
Shower Unit Arrives

Day 6:
Finish Tyvek Wrap
Install Windows
Install Doors
Start Deck/Porch


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