At Capstone Custom Homes, we take pride in including a wide range of features as standard items on our custom builds. This extends to our framing and roofing systems, ensuring that your new home will be sturdy and attractive.
While home builders generally aren’t responsible for landscaping, this is still something important for you to consider during new home construction. Great landscaping is an investment that may increase your future resale value, while also making…
At Capstone Custom Homes, we pride ourselves on our ability to fully customize our floor plans to better meet the unique needs of each buyer.
When preparing to construct a custom home, few decisions are more important than buying the land or lot where you plan to build.
With winter energy bills and hot summers a top-of-mind concern for many homeowners, having ways to reduce energy costs is understandably a key priority. That’s why Capstone has several energy-saving items included in each of our home builds.
At Capstone Custom Homes, we believe that the right approach to home building is to start with a floor plan and then customize anything you want. That includes the kitchen!
Building a custom home can take several months — and because construction is very much affected by the weather, it’s only natural that prospective home buyers would wonder about what time of year they should start building.
One of the biggest decisions homebuyers have to make is whether they should buy a single-story or two-story home. Both options come with their own set of pros and cons, which is especially important to consider when building your own custom home…
By accounting for privacy, lighting, and storage, you will be able to pick a master suite that best fits your preferences. This way, you’ll love every part of your home!