Our Approach: Consider a Coffee Cup…

Your home is like a coffee cup.

Say you stop for coffee in the morning on your way to work. You get a cup of coffee in a paper cup and rush back to finish your commute. Is your coffee still hot and fresh-tasting when you get to work? Probably not. Maybe it’s still fine, but it’s not exactly what you wanted, and it’s lost some of its quality.

Change the facts, change the outcome.

Say you put your coffee in a Yeti mug. When you use a brand like that known for quality, luxury, and consistency, you can bet your coffee will stay hot and fresh for hours.

Your house is the same way. A house built to minimum code standards is going to allow a lot of air to exchange from your conditioned space inside to non-conditioned space outside. Of course, fresh air is desirable — but it shouldn’t come at the expense of higher heating and cooling bills or the stress on your system. Wouldn’t it be better if the house were more like a Yeti cup?

The comparison goes beyond heating and cooling. It’s about what’s good enough for most (the paper cup) versus what’s good enough for us (the Yeti mug). We have spent nearly half a century designing homes that balance impeccable structural quality with total luxury and comfort, because we don’t settle and we don’t cut corners. We use proven techniques, sturdy materials, and top professionals at each stage of design and construction.

At the end of the day, what we build is not just a house — it’s your home. So, it’s our job to educate you on the construction methods and building science so you can make the decisions that work best for you, your family, and your budget.