In pondering a way to describe what goes into building a house such as our newly completed Verandah home at Silverleaf, what comes to mind are words like organization, timing and teamwork. Building a home is actually a bit like creating a symphony. As anyone familiar with the symphony understands, the music created and the sound that you ultimately hear is a result of precision timing among all of the musicians. It goes without saying that there must be a conductor, or what you hear would simply be a cacophony of musical noise. While Camelot Homes would be considered the conductor, the people who build our homes are certainly the most excellent musicians. Each is vitally important to and ultimately responsible for the finished product. If you maintain that the stonemason’s job is more important than the plumber’s, give that some thought the next time you want to take a hot shower!
When it comes to building a home, we start out with a raw piece of land on which to create the concept of a perfect neighborhood. Then we work with site planners and architects, who conceptualize the ideas that we’ve put forth. This process is probably the most fun because just as Walt Disney could take a picture of a mouse and bring it to life, the site planner and architect bring our ideas for each community to life on paper. This is the part of the process where almost anything is possible. What do we want this house and neighborhood to look like? Who will live there? What are their needs? How will it live and breathe?
Once the streets and lots are carved out we begin construction of the home’s foundation. It provides the basic structure upon which all other portions of your house will rest. Then the symphony is in full swing with the framers, dry wallers, roofers, plumbers electricians, painters, cabinet makers, tile fitters, flooring people, stonemasons and trim people all working in concert to complete the home to our exacting specifications. In some cases a landscaping and pool contractor are also working to complete the exterior. Any delay in one of these areas can create a ripple effect that impacts the entire process.
When listening to a symphony, perhaps someone with a gifted ear for music could close their eyes and systematically isolate the sound of each instrument; the depth of the humming cello or the birdlike song of the clarinet, yet it’s most enjoyable to listen to it as a whole. The same is true when you walk into our house; from the stunning courtyard entrance to the gorgeous state of the art kitchen, each room is woven seamlessly into the next with the end result being a home that stands apart from all others. Perfect for family time and entertaining, we are proud to present this architectural work of art.
So from Camelot Homes, a heartfelt thank you to all of the “musicians” on our roster for helping us create this lovely symphony of a home. ENCORE!!
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