Custom Home Building Services in New Hampshire
Are you looking to invest in your Seacoast dream home? If you’re like us, you want your new home built right, suited to your exact needs and tastes. At Oxland Builders, we specialize in designing and building custom homes in New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts. We have extensive knowledge of building codes and decades of experience in high-end construction from Portsmouth to Hampton and all the coastal beach towns in between.
New Custom Home Construction Costs in the Seacoast New Hampshire Area
- Luxury homes
- Vacation homes
- In-law apartments
- Second story construction
The cost for a custom home in the Seacoast New Hampshire region has several variables that get taken into consideration. For example, any upgrades, the lot, site preparation, and more. However, we can offer a rough average and range to what the cost of a custom home can be. You can expect the lowest you can get away with in the range of $245,000, and costs can increase up to $455,000 but can far exceed this. If you want a more in-depth breakdown, you can download our Custom Home Cost Guide.
4 Benefits of Building a Custom Home in Coastal New Hampshire
1. A Truly Customized Home Design
If you purchase a production home, you’re going to be offered some choices around floor plans, cabinetry, flooring, paint finishes, etc. But when you work with a custom home builder, this level of personalization goes much further. Together, you will design and build a home that fits your style, meets your needs, and stays within your budget. With the use of 3-D design, builders like Oxland make the entire custom home building process easier and more efficient.
2. Details. Details.
When it comes to a custom home, the details make all the difference. Custom home builders like Oxland typically have an onsite woodworking shop. There, they can construct any kind of built-in storage and furniture or custom interior and exterior molding and trim you’d like. These custom woodworking services provide unlimited choices, increase the long-term value of your home, and save you both time and money since the work is performed onsite.
3. New Home = More Energy Efficiencies
From insulation to windows and flooring, to appliances, there are a number of green products that can bring energy efficiencies into your home and long-term savings to your wallet. For example, Oxland Builders uses Huberwood’s roof and wall sheathing, a one-of-a-kind structural system with a built-in energy-efficient barrier on every home it builds. It not only keeps out moisture, but it decreases unwanted air leakage for maximum energy efficiency.
Talk with your contractor to ensure you are incorporating as many energy efficiencies as your budget can allow.
4. Build a House Tailored to Your Budget
One of the lesser-known benefits of building a custom home is that it allows you to make choices based on your budget. At Oxland Builders, we work with homeowners to understand their needs and budget and present a range of options from there. Our process helps narrow down each aspect of your design while ensuring that your dream home is within your price range.
Licensed Custom Home Builder Near NH, ME, MA
Our staff has undergone extensive training to obtain contracting licenses. We pride ourselves on seeking out ongoing training in the building industry. This provides our team with an ever-expanding knowledge base they can apply to any given project. Contact us today for a consultation!
Our Building and Remodeling Service Area
We remodel and build homes in Southern Maine, Northern Massachusetts and Rockingham County, New Hampshire. Our service area includes but is not limited to:
- Rye Beach
- New Castle
In fact, you’ve probably seen our trucks throughout our service area. Whether you want to renovate the kitchen in your house, build a custom home on your lot, or add a few bedrooms to your vacation cottage, we’ll help you consider all the possibilities.
Not sure if your town is in our service area? Reach out to us here and we’ll let you know if we remodel or build in your New England town.