What are your most popular floor plans in Phoenix?
Dillon, Willow, Pike, Reynolds, and Crawford.
How much does it cost to build a house on land in Arizona?
The cost of building a home varies by many factors. Our team of experts would love to sit down and build you a personalized quote, and help answer any other questions you may have about building a new home.
Is it cheaper to buy or build a house in Arizona?
While it's not the answer you want to hear, the truth is, it depends. It depends on the region you are looking to build in, cost of land in your area, and more. Read our blog to compare building vs. buying in Arizona: https://blog.adairhomes.com/where-you-live/buying-vs-building-a-custom-home-in-phoenix.
How long does it take to build a house in Arizona?
There are many variables that go into the timeline, including how long it takes to find land, how long it takes the owner to complete site development, whether it is a custom home, what jurisdiction the customer lives in, and so on. Depending on those factors, the process from initial meeting to home completion can range between 12 and 17 months.
How much are permits to build a house in Arizona?
Permit costs vary depending upon the jurisdiction. The customer will want to verify directly with their specific jurisdiction.
Does Phoenix have zoning laws?
Yes, Phoenix has zoning laws. In regards to building a home, the jurisdiction (e.g., city, county, and so forth) will determine the specific regulations.
What types of building materials do you use to account for the desert climate?
We incorporate building materials that will hold up to the harsh desert climate of excessive heat, UV exposure, and expansion/contraction. Examples include concrete tile roofs, low-E vinyl windows, post-tension slabs, 100 percent masonry/stucco exteriors, solid core doors, and more!
Is the material going to degrade more quickly in the desert climate?
In general, building materials degrade quicker in the desert compared to other areas of the country. However, we use products that are suited for the harsh climate when and where we are able.
Do you build swimming pools?
We do not build swimming pools. However, the homeowner can engage a third party to build one during or after the construction of their home.
What types of outdoor living options do you provide? Patios, pergolas, artificial grass?
Outdoor living is a big part of the Arizona lifestyle. To take advantage of the climate, we offer such options as covered patios, stub outs for outdoor kitchens, four-panel sliding glass doors, and more!