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Each Baronger home has a construction superintendent who is responsible for overseeing workers and ensuring the final product meets customer expectations. The team concentrates on a logical, step-by-step process. The process is methodical, but moves along briskly, aimed at getting your home move-in ready as soon as possible. Customer feedback is a welcome and encouraged part of our construction process.

For your understanding we have divided this complicated process into seven phases:

Pre-construction, Foundation, Framing, Rough Mechanicals, Finishes, Trims, Inspection
To see a sample construction schedule click here


During the pre-construction meeting, you are invited to sit down with our staff and do a final review of blue prints and placement of your new home. What to expect during each phase of the building process will be discussed as well. Most importantly, you will be provided with a detailed schedule for each phase of the job. Once permits are gathered, construction will begin.

The foundation is the concrete structure that supports your house. Soil conditions, integrity of the ground, government requirements, wind, and the size of the home need to also be taken into consideration. Ultimately, a structural engineer determines the best foundation system for your home.


The frame is the skeleton of your home. Most Baronger homes have wood frames but sometimes we use other materials. Windows and fireplaces are placed in the frame and, in some cases, wall paneling.

Rough mechanicals

If the frame is the skeleton, then the rough mechanicals are the internal organs of your home. During this phase, air-conditioning, heating, ventilation, plumbing, and electrical wiring are introduced to the structure. If you have opted for any special security systems, central vacuum, or pre-wiring for your audiovisual or entertainment centers, installation takes place at this point.


This is the midway point of the building process. The finish is the skin of your home, including drywall, brick, roofing, siding, concrete walls, the driveway, property line fences and all major interior and exterior surfaces.  Countertops and cabinets are installed, the house is painted and stained. Tile is laid in the kitchen and baths, and any additional plumbing and electrical projects come to completion.


During this phase, you will begin to recognize the home you designed. The team installs faucets and sinks, light switches, towel bars, doorknobs and all of the small hardware you'll be using on a daily basis.  Any minor adjustments take place now, like window screens, drywall and paint touchups. The house is given a thorough cleaning and is ready for the inspection phase.


It's time to do the final walk through. You walk through with our superintendent and inspect the premises. Upon completing the inspection you will be ready to close and move into your new home.