Governmental ordinances and codes can vary greatly from one lake to the next. Our years of lake home building have made us very aware that complying with these ordinances greatly influences what size and shape of structure can be placed on a particular building site. We offer our knowledge of these factors to assist in the design and placement of your vacation home.
The geographical processes that have occurred, which have allowed these beautiful lakes to form, may create sub-surface conditions that make it challenging to place a foundation. We know what indications to look for and how to proceed when those conditions are found to be present.
When you select us to build your vacation home you can expect to receive the same quality of workmanship and materials that we use on homes we build in more conventional urban and suburban residential settings.
Designed by Jeff Bushey of Ft. Wayne, this gorgeous year round home is a good example of getting the most out of what a site has to offer. The attached two-car garage is placed at an angle not only to allow for easy access but to meet setback requirements as well as adding to the curb appeal. The angular exterior deck configuration is another great example of creative design that not only complies with the town ordinances but contributes to the overall aesthetics of the home as well. The site was marginally acceptable for the construction of a walk-out basement but this was accomplished by precise positioning of the elevation of the lower level. The expansive windows in the two-story great room offer a fabulous view of Clear Lake. The open floor plan allows for this view to be enjoyed from the kitchen as well. With a double master suite [...]