Building a custom home is the best way to design a home that you love, but unfortunately, there are some myths about the process that cause concerns for homebuyers. If you have heard these myths, such as the rumor that custom homeshave hidden costs and take too long to build, it’s time you’ve heard the truth!

Buyer Needs To Know About Design

Do you believe that you need to know about design before building a custom home? Thankfully, this couldn’t be further from the truth! Anyone can build a custom home, as you have the option to be as involved with the designing process as you’d like to be. A professional builder will help you with every step of the way, and provide expertise wherever you need help. At Rainbow Construction, we always strive for open communication with our customers and will advise you on your choices and create a home to your precise specifications.

There Will Be Hidden Costs

There is a myth that custom home building always comes will hidden costs, as a few dishonest builders try to sell customers on selections they can’t afford. It is very unfortunate that there are dishonest builders out there, but will some research, you will find that there are many more reputable, honest builders who will stay within your budget. We pride ourselves on our quality craftsmanship and exceptional customer service, and always out customers as the first priority. Rainbow Construction will communicate with customers about every decision, and stay within your budget throughout the entire building and designing process.

Building A Custom Home Takes Too Long

While it’s true that building a home is dependent on uncontrollable factors like the weather, today’s technology helps the process move quickly. Once we work with customers to discuss the design plan, the building process is the same as any other home- our builders just work with exact specifications. The selections process can take some time, but we make sure to work closely with homebuyers to ensure all selections have been chosen ahead of time to avoid any delays.