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Punch List Considerations-Going Above and Beyond

When choosing a general contractor property owners need to look beyond the contract/building process, but also take into consideration how responsive the contractor and their trade vendors are during the punch list process.

A benefit to using the same vendors, in addition to the accessibility they tend to offer during the 1-year punch list period, is that they tend to work well together and have open communication when building your home. This can minimize any “trade conflict” (such as low voltage interfering with high voltage wiring). All of these factors should be addressed when interviewing builders.

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Another Happy Chapel Ridge Homeowner!

We recently completed another beautiful custom home in Chapel Ridge in Chatham County and once again have happy homeowners.

Here is what they said:

“Frank and I are thrilled with our new home. Working with Lisa and Nelu was extremely rewarding.

Building a custom home presented us with many challenges and opportunities. These were addressed and resolved through Lisa and Nelu’s dedication and desire to provide a quality product.

We recommend Absolute Construction to anyone who desires a high quality home at a cost effective price.
Their recommendations helped us achieve a beautiful home within our budget.”
Thank You,
Pat and Frank

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Absolute Construction participates in the HERO program

Absolute Construction and Development, LLC  has made a commitment to implement energy saving building practices for our clients. We are working closely with 3rd party verifiers to ensure that the homes we build acquire low HERS scores via the Duke Progress Energy High Efficiency Residential Option (HERO).

The HERS Score is the measure of a home’s energy efficiency—and the lower the score, the more energy-efficient and well-built the home.

The HERO program is a voluntary part of the NC Energy Conservation Code that Duke has chosen to implement to encourage energy efficient building.Homes that qualify for this program are some of the highest-quality and most energy-efficient homes being built in the US today according to Duke Energy Progress.

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