When you are looking for a new home, selecting a builder is one of the most important decisions you will make. A builder that has high quality standards, is easy to work with, creates unique custom homes, and then absolutely stands behind their products are the characteristics of a builder that has your best interest in mind.
Prairie Homes uses these values to build homes for their customers. When walking through one of our homes it doesn’t take long to notice the attention to detail, craftsmanship, and design uniqueness that flows through each of the homes we build. We are dedicated to creating a home that has lasting integrity, a home that you are proud to call your own. We have a hands-on investment in every home we build which insures that your home gets finished to their high standards.
Some of the trademark effects of a Prairie Homes are the extra high ceilings, the extensive wood moldings, trim, and tile details found throughout the house. When you purchase a Prairie Home you are also purchasing dependable brand name products for things such as energy efficient windows, reliable appliances, quality heating and air conditioning systems, and faucets. You can choose from stylish oil rubbed bronze or a variety of other finishes for all of your hardware and lighting fixtures. All these features are considered standard with Prairie Homes.
Prairie Homes also adheres to top-notch construction standards. We use engineered floor joists to create a strong and flat floor system. We then screw down the floors to further insure they never squeak. The sides of the home are first completely covered in a weather resistant house wrap and then high quality shingles, siding, stone, or stucco is used to finish them. The home is then topped off with a roof of 50 year shingles that provide protection for your home through all seasons.
The goal of Prairie Homes is to create a home that leaves a lasting impression for generations to come. If you have an appreciation for quality craftsmanship and quality materials then you owe it to yourself to look at Prairie Homes.