Your HTP Builders team of experts will tailor your design package to your specific needs and goals. As a result, you'll never pay for services you don't need.
With the HTPB remodeling process, you'll get the most out of your project design without the hassle.
Some clients say listening is our greatest skill. That’s how we can promise to deliver exactly what you’re looking for.
Together your needs, wants, and "in-betweens" will become completely understood.
This will provide us with the ability to fully customize a design to meet your goals, budget, timeline, and lifestyle.
A unique approach and cohesive design team
HTPB's 3D design and architectural services will breathe life into your vision. You'll actually see your ideas come to life.
All the while, our process will help you maintain control over the final look and cost of your project.
There's an unmatched perk local architectural firms cannot offer. By choosing HTP Builders, your design team will include a certified contractor.
Our general contractor, Ken Reusser will be on your design team. His goal is to find the most feasible, cost-effective way to approach your specific project.
Then, he will help guide you and the design team during the project development stage. This leads to more construct-able designs.
Additionally, your design team will include an amazing team of home designers. Added support may also include an interior designer and our structural engineer. Due to the success of this integrated-design approach, the builder-guided process has become the preferred project delivery method in the residential construction industry.
Alternatively, homeowners who hire a solo architect may receive a higher-than-expected contractor quote. It's all too common for clients to make their final payment to their architect only to be left hanging out to dry. They are surprised to learn their drawings include a design which busts their budget. Annually this results in over 50% of plans completed, using the architect method, never getting built. Unfortunately, these drawings define projects that are simply not affordable.
Here's why the design-build process works.