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The Benefits of Designing a Smaller Custom Home

July 21, 2017

Is Building a Smaller Custom Home a Better Choice for You?

 

 

When it comes to building a custom home, size matters. And it matters for many reasons. While many people’s first inclination is to build as large as possible, in some cases it can make more sense to build a smaller custom home.

 

Here are a few reasons why.

 

3 Benefits to Building a Smaller Custom Home

 

  • Construction costs

 

A smaller custom home will save you a great deal of money upfront due to the simple fact that it requires less materials, and you’ll be paying your custom builder for less time.

 

  • Construction time

 

Speaking of time, a smaller home can be completed significantly faster than a large one. This can be important if you’re looking for a rapid move-in, or if you simply don’t want the project to drag out.

 

  • Ownership expenses

 

A smaller home tends to cost less in taxes and insurance, and offers less cleaning and maintenance expenses over time, not to mention expenses like air-conditioning bills.

 

 

 

Discover the Perfect Custom Home Size for You

 

Depending on your needs and budget, a small custom home might be the best choice for you. If you don’t need the space, why add the extra expense? Unless you expect to have a growing family, or that you’ll be entertaining regularly. Whatever the case, talk with your builder to find the right size for you.

 

Contact us online to learn more about the benefits of building a smaller custom home, or call Beacon Construction Group at (561) 845-5130 today.

 

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