Hames Custom Builders on Barndominium Functional Layouts

Luxury homebuilder Hames Custom Builders discusses planning and land layout for new Barndominium construction projects.

The company can help with choosing the ideal Barndominium location.
The company can help with choosing the ideal Barndominium location.

(Newswire.net — January 11, 2018) Montgomery, TX — In any new home construction project, the layout of the home and the property must take precedence before ground is broken. For many property owners, where the house sits on a given piece of land is critical in fully enjoying the views and features the land has to offer. Hames Custom Builders, upscale Barndominium builders in Houston, Texas and the surrounding region, understands that functional layouts of the home and its property are in demand by clients. To serve their clients in the best way possible, the company works directly with each homeowner to ensure that the home project is free of hidden development costs and unpleasant surprises. “Our design experts can help select the ideal site for the new home, showcasing scenic views of the property,” says Nathan Hames, spokesperson for the Montgomery, Texas-based design/build firm. “Our leadership team is adept at assisting homeowners with layouts, especially with an eye toward functionality of the home and the land surrounding it.” To learn more about the capabilities of the company and its projects in and around the Houston metro area, visit http://hamescustombuilders.com/our-services.

A Barndominium takes design cues from traditional country barns, then adds comfort, utility and style to the basic structure. The idea behind the building is that it balances functional barn use with the comforts of a truly custom home project. During the design phase of a new Barndominium project, aspects of the land and the intended use of the building are taken into consideration. An example would be a piece of property with a water feature like a pond or stream. Homeowners can opt to add a wraparound deck overlooking the water, or even add a dock extending from the side deck to the pond to improve accessibility. For the barn component of the Barndominium, many property owners need access and storage to tractors or other large pieces of equipment. A tractor bay can be specified and can be oriented toward open fields or farmland to enhance efficient use of the equipment. Some homeowners opt to construct a Barndominium with future plans to build a primary residence. In these cases, positioning the Barndominium correctly on the land can greatly impact future building plans.

Nathan Hames, a graduate of Texas A&M and the President of Hames Custom Homes, is known for working with property owners, carefully addressing their concerns and listening to their goals and desires as part of the initial design process. The result are luxurious homes that complement the land they are situated on. Efficient flow in and around the home is a hallmark of the company’s projects, adding functionality and versatility to the Barndominium style. Custom touches are well within the expertise of the family-owned and operated business, which has provided its luxury homebuilding skills to residents in and around the Houston area since 2013.

For more information on the company, visit http://hamescustombuilders.com/

About Hames Custom Builders

Established in 2013 in Montgomery, Texas, the experts at Hames Custom Builders enjoy working for homeowners in design and construction of dream homes. Precision building practices and top-quality materials are used in every custom project the firm undertakes. The luxury homebuilder serves residential clients in the greater Houston metro area of Texas. From sprawling modern architectural masterpieces to upscale outdoor entertainment areas and classic manors, Hames and its team of experts are the design/build leaders in the Southeast Texas region.

Hames Custom Builders

PO Box 1762
Montgomery, TX 77356
United States
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