Turn to us for all the answers to your questions about new construction in Mooresville.
If you are considering new construction of a home in the Mooresville, North Carolina area, you may be thinking that you only have two choices: custom and production. At Beason Homes, we offer you a third choice for your new construction: semi-custom. Unlike other new construction builders, we are more than happy to take existing floor plans and make those important changes that will personalize it for your needs and dreams.
In addition to semi-custom homes, we can also work with you to do a fully custom home. Our professional team can help you with the design that will meet all your needs right down to the smallest detail. We take the time necessary during the important design and planning stage to ensure you get the result that falls in line with the dream you have.
Due to our years of experience in the building industry, our new construction process is so streamlined that you will always know exactly what is going on. You will be notified of every important meeting along the way, including the pre-construction meeting, home-site review, rough framing/electrical review, drive/walks/landscaping review, home orientation, and final acceptance review. Your input is not only welcomed, but critical for getting you the new construction results you anticipate.
Another benefit of a well-scheduled new construction process is that you won’t be overwhelmed by all the various decisions to be made all at once. Things like exterior colors, interior finishings and trim, appliances, and landscaping can be made as we get to each one. We find that this greatly reduces the stress that you would otherwise feel and thus have fun with your new construction instead.
If you have any questions about new construction, including how to decide between custom, semi-custom, or production, feel free to give us a call.
At Beason Homes, we offer high-quality new construction services in Mooresville, Denver, Terrell, Sherrills Ford, Lincolnton, Catawba, Statesville, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, and the Lake Norman area in North Carolina.