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Benefits of a new home: updated construction practices

There are many advantages to buying a new home, they are better built, use better materials and are better designed. Modern construction standards and building codes ensure that homes are built using up-to-date materials and products and that every aspect of your home is designed to operate with the highest level of safety and effectiveness. 

Here are some of the benefits that updated construction practices bring to new homes:

  • Attention to detail: today’s construction practices ensure that every detail of the home, even the ones you can’t see, allow for energy-efficiency, improved indoor environment and functional design. Because so many advances have been made in building materials and practices, builders are able to ensure they are providing buyers with a home that’s safe, secure and environmentally-friendly.
  • More eyes on your home: today’s construction process utilizes the expertise of over 30 different skilled trades people at various stages of your home development. That adds up to a lot of eyes ensuring the quality of your home throughout the home building process.
  • Time saving techniques: in the past, all aspects of a home would be constructed on-site which allowed for more errors, and certainly more time spent. These days, many aspects of a new home, such as flooring, roof trusses, etc. are built in factories and shipped in for easy installation; the result is huge time-savings in the construction process.
  • Improved design options: with advancements being made all the time in building materials and design options, home buyers are left with improved products and design features that result in lower maintenance products with longer lifespans.

To find out more about the Genesis home building process, visit How We Build, or feel free to ask us anything on Twitter.


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