Consider These 3 Ideas When Building a New Home

Are you thinking of building a new home in the near future? There are several designs and styles that we can help create in order to serve the needs of you and your family. With DJL Builders Inc., we walk with you through the entire new home construction project, from the initial design until you move into your new home. If you’re not sure what type of home you want, consider these three ideas below.

Consider These 3 Ideas When Building a New Home

1. Open Concept

If you enjoy spending time together as a family or having friends over and hanging out together in the family room, you may enjoy having an open concept home. Typically, in an open concept home the family room, kitchen, and dining room are all merged into one great room. This provides an opportunity for more social interaction. For example, while you’re cooking dinner, you can still be having conversations with family and friends. 

2. Practical Solutions

Maybe you want more of a balanced home that offers practical options. Perhaps you work from home and would like a dedicated office space. If you often have guests visiting, it would probably be nice to have an extra bedroom with an attached bathroom. As new home builders, we can create a house based on your particular needs and wishes.

3. Ranch Style

When you want to have the entire living space all on one floor, a ranch style home is the option for you. With a single story house, you can have everything you need all on one floor. No need to go up and down the stairs to do the laundry. There won’t be any running up to your bedroom to grab something that you forgot. A one-story home makes everything simpler.

Choose Us for Your New Home Building Project

DJL Builders Inc. looks forward to helping you create the home of your dreams. Call us today at (734) 259-5355 to request a consultation. As new home design contractors, we also provide basement finishing, kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, and whole home remodeling in Livonia, MI, and the surrounding areas.