Austin Luxury Home Builders’ Construction Site CleanlinessBy
For generations, our mothers and grandmothers have long tried to ingrain in our minds that “cleanliness is next to godliness.” Apparently, some Austin luxury home builders have taken this life lesson to heart more than others. The way Austin custom home builders keep and maintain their construction sites can have a variety of implications.
When you are driving past or even visiting a custom home builder’s construction site, the condition of the build site is the first thing you’ll notice. If there are building materials strewn about, you might get the impression that the builder is not very organized, which could even extend into their office as well. This is common during the framing phase of construction. Lumber should be separated and organized into two piles, for usable and unusable lumber. Some scrap lumber can be used for smaller framing projects like water heater bases, among others. These scraps need to be stacked neatly on a flat surface to prevent the risk of warping.
Over the course of construction there might be hundreds of people between workers, clients, potential clients, realtors, and more, who will walk the construction site. Build sites that are not maintained on a regular basis present a higher risk of tripping and other hazards. When a construction site is maintained properly, that’s one less thing all parties have to worry about. Also, when a site is clean, it’s much easier to notice the craftsmanship of the custom home’s numerous features.
At Sterling Custom Homes, we maintain our build sites out of respect for the homeowners, the neighbors, and the people who walk the job site every day. If you would like to walk one of our build sites, it would be our pleasure to walk it with you. Contact Gary Grambley at email@example.com or (512) 263-2214 today.