We are committed to your satisfaction today and in the future. We promise to provide exceptional value, quality, and designs that fit the way you live. We are so confident in the quality of your new home, we offer you our Platinum, 1-year limited warranty on workmanship and materials. With this uncompromising commitment to quality, Aspen Homes is always here for you.
At Aspen Homes, everything we do stems from our passion for quality. From choosing premium lots to partnering with world-class suppliers, we use only top quality materials to deliver outstanding homes. Also, there are over two dozen independent inspections performed on each home to ensure the quality standards through every phase of construction.
There is a lot to know about the building process, and we keep you informed and involved throughout your home’s construction. We take pride in sharing our knowledge and experience with you. Read on to find out how your Aspen home will be built. As you begin to understand the process, you'll know what you can look forward to during the exciting weeks ahead.
Several pre-construction meetings with the architect, homeowner, and Aspen Homes representatives are needed to discuss any changes and finalize the new home plans. Most municipalities require an engineer to approve any changes to a plan after the architect has made his final recommendations. This can add several weeks to the process but will assure that your home will be structurally sound when complete. Aspen Homes will then promptly obtain permits, prepare the site, and exercise the proper due diligence to provide the most efficient construction process. Construction usually begins 10 days after you sign the Earnest Money Contract. It is, however, subject to potential holdups such as local government approvals, utility availability, construction backlogs, delay in the developer’s delivery of lots, availability of materials and subcontractors, changes requested by the homebuyer and the degree of difficulty encountered in initiating those changes plus the time for independent inspections. The most frequent cause of delay is usually weather, specifically rain or snow conditions.
The construction of an Aspen Home is divided into multiple stages:
It all starts here! During this phase:
This is one of the most important stages of construction. During this phase:
After the foundation is in place, the structure is ready to be framed, a process that normally takes two to three weeks. During this phase:
This is sometimes referred to as the roof stage. Once it’s completed, the house is considered "weather proof." In this stage:
It can be difficult to see the progress that’s being made during this stage, but important work is going on inside the walls of your home. During this stage:
This is an exciting stage. Finally, your home is beginning to look less like a construction project and more like a home. In this stage:
The trim stage focuses on the fine carpentry details that finish a home. During this stage:
During this stage:
Painting brings color and personality to your home. During this stage:
Tile, granite, quartz and cultured marble expand the color and personality of your home. During this stage:
Once the tile is finished, the mechanical details can be added. During this stage:
Finally, many of the final details can be added to your home. During this stage:
Once the interior of your home is complete, we focus on the outside. In this phase: