The best thing about having a custom home built is that you would have control over every aspect of the construction of the home. Every detail of the home will be unique and as per your requirement and preferences. It would be fully customized and personalized according to your need.
When homeowners have unique requirements for a custom home, it would help the builder to be a lot more creative as well. Most custom home builders would enjoy the whole process of constructing a client’s dream home. It is always good to have unique elements in the custom house such as a fireplace wall, angled windows, shower with dual-entry, high windows, wine cellar and so on. A fireplace wall acts as a separation between the living room and the kitchen. Angled windows would add to the attraction of the home by giving a cohesive look. A shower with two entrances would be a great but largely unexplored feature. High windows in a house would make sure that the residents of the house have more privacy than they would have with normal windows. If you like wine, then it is not a bad idea to have a wine cellar in the basement of the custom home.
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Most of the custom home builders who have to buy raw materials needed for construction prefer shopping from big well-known stores such as Home Depot for obvious reasons. These stores would have all the necessary needed by the builders in the same outlet. Once a builder has chosen a shop to buy from, he can buy everything he wants from the same shop without going elsewhere. It is extremely convenient.
However, there are builders who buy wholesale from suppliers who specialize in construction materials. Price is a big factor which influences who they buy from. In many cases, pressure from the client would determine where they buy from. Some homeowners insist builders that they buy from Home Depot or a similar shop mainly because of their bias towards such a shop.
Builders who avoid buying from big stores often say that the materials available on those stores are low in quality and are not good enough for construction purpose. I am not sure how much truth there is to this. But, there are many builders who have tie-ups with distributors or suppliers and always stick to them until and unless insisted by the homeowner to shop elsewhere.