The GCH Way
Choosing a builder is difficult. The process of designing and building a home involves numerous decisions about components, systems and services selected from criteria that includes price, quality, appearance and performance. How can you possibly understand everything unless the builder is willing to share all of the information?
Typically the relationship with our customers begins with discussions about design or budgeting. Even when we start the conversation with design, it isn’t long before the subject of cost surfaces. Ideally, we’d like to create a budget with you and design a home to meet your needs, within the budget.
Our unique budget analysis process provides you with historical data and cost information that enables you to be proactive in determining the total cost to build your home. We educate and advise you about the numerous options and features available, and explain how to achieve the best price. Our resources and expertise help you make cost-effective decisions for both short- and long-term value.
We have an “open book” project management system. There are no secrets or hidden pricing. You have access to every document and can see every proposal and payment. Transparency removes the cloud of uncertainty that is common between some owners and builders.
Allow us to show you why no other builder can under-price our work. Our detailed estimating and bidding procedures allow us to achieve the lowest cost and pass on the benefits to our customers. Following are some of the other valuable services and processes we offer:
Detailed specifications and work descriptions facilitate accurate bids from trade contractors and reduce change orders.
Project website and cloud-based document management provide secure access to all project information from any computer.
Computerized scheduling expedites planning and construction phases which supports an organized work site and enthusiastic trade contractors.
Cost control procedures which provide up-to-date reports that eliminate surprises and mistakes.
Qualified Supervision with limited range and workload, enables focus and attention-to-detail on your project.
Little is more meaningful and personal than a home, and the experience of designing and building your own home should be rewarding and enjoyable. Choosing a builder is difficult. The process of designing and building a home involves numerous decisions about components, systems and services selected from criteria that includes price, quality, appearance and performance. How can you possibly understand everything unless the builder is willing to share all of the information? Allow us to introduce you to The GCH Way of building your next home. Please let us know if you have any questions. Keith Groninger