What type of homes do you build?
We build any custom design home such as 2 story, Bi-level, Cape Cod, Ranchers and many more. Stick built on your lot. We are a tri-star partner and we do not cut corners. We are not a modular or prefab home builder.
How much input will I have in the design process?
As much as you want. You can pick out a floor plan from our brochure, or bring in whatever image or plan you may have. You will have the freedom to choose every step of the way.
I’m ready. How do I start?
Now that you are ready to get started, the first thing you want to do is choose a home, make the alterations to fit your needs, apply options/upgrades, generate price quote, decide on house plans, blueprint deposit and site visit to your lot. Excavation lot improvement costs. Then we combine everything and generate a contract.
Who is responsible for permit process and fees?
As a courtesy to our clients, Welbilt Homes provides in-house and full service, which means we will fill out all the necessary permit applications and submit them to township. When they have been approved by the township, the home owner is responsible for the permit fees. This is due to the varying permits costs from township to township.
We offer an in-house team of building specialist such as:
To assist in all phases of permitting, we will ensure our ability to maintain projects on schedule with rapid and quick response/follow-up.
Are Welbilt Custom homes energy efficient?
Yes, we build to energy-star standards and we are NAHB Certified GREEN Professionals. We ultimately allow you to decide on how “Green” you would like your home to be.
Can I design my own floor plan? or Can you build from our plans?
Yes, we can do any custom design. If you can dream it we can build it!
How long have you been in business?
Welbilt Homes is family owned and was originated in 1986. We have been in business for over 32 years. The Better Business Bureau has Accredited Welbilt Homes since 1991 and we currently hold an A+ rating.
How do I obtain pre-qualification and financing to build our new home on our lot?
Please contact Karen L. Waters with Fleetwood Bank
(484)334-4914 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have any model homes I can walk through?
No, we have an innovative design center showing materials and displays utilizing the latest technology such as 3-D walk-through, touchscreen 360 views. We have a variety of homes under construction at all times in different phases.
Can I do this?
With the help of Welbilt Homes and your vision we can bring your dream into a reality. After all it’s your dream we are building and together we structure success!
What is À La Carte?
We at Welbilt Homes let you choose your own options we do not choose for you, by including them in our standard features realizing that each customer has different needs and wants. The materials we use in our standard options are NOT entry level builder grade features.
Allowances and how they work:
Allowances are usually given to those who choose to do options different from the standard spec’s such as, kitchen cabinets, counter tops, flooring, etc. We do not pre-select options or special features according to our buying power or this month’s special that our supplier is offering us. This is what we call À La Carte options. Welbilt is not a development builder we are the true definition of a custom home builder. During the preliminary stages of the planning of your future home we choose to speed up that process by first using allowances so that our customers can start the financing process right away. This also allows time for the planning stages (preliminary plans) to be drafted to a set of final building plans that will not only fit your needs but fit your budget. These “Final Building Plans” are now used to give exact pricing, removing the allowance aspect, and having actual pricing on your options ie: Kitchen, flooring, etc.
This business model has served Welbilt Homes for well over 32 years! It speeds up the entire building process up by several weeks. Each allowance is based on a definitive estimated amount, after the final plans have been drawn and all measurements are on the plans and selections have been made.
In the end, any allowance amount that may have not been used are credited back to your account giving you a total transparency for that particular option.