Custom homes require a lot of attention to detail. A custom home builder should be listening more then they are talking. Its important to understand your clients needs and what they want from their home. Some things could be planned for with simple provisions to ensure a seamless future integration. Material choices can make a big impact on the way a home looks but also how much maintenance will be required. Rightbuilt will always provide you with information about specific material choices and their pros and cons. This helps our clients make better decisions and ultimately get a better home.
We have the skills and expertise to make sure your home performs as good as it looks. Using proven building systems that create an air tight building envelope can save serious money and really help boost a homes value. We use the Zip System to create an energy efficient shell. The Zip plywood panels have an integral vapor barrier and are installed with Zip tape at all the seems. This is a great system to stop air infiltration which is a big cause of energy consumption. We take it one step further. We require our tradesmen to nail everything on the studs. This technique is more time consuming for vinyl installers but it ensures that the wall cavity is not compromised with thousands of nails. These penetrations would cause air infiltration and wasted energy. We pay attention to these small but very important details.
New England certainly has its weather challenges. Your heating system is the heart of your new home. Its important to choose the right system to meet your needs. We have experience with latest systems available. We have installed forced hot air, Hydro-air systems, heat pumps, and radiant heating systems. If your home has high ceiling then a radiant heat application may be the best fit for both comfort and future cost. Its important to choose a builder with the right experience and know how to get the job done. We are that builder.
Rightbuilt was recently featured in Modern Home builder magazine. We were excited to be selected amongst many local builders to be interviewed and included within this national trade magazine. Please take a look at the article. Our story begins on page 60. Click the link titled "Modern Home Builder Magazine".
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