below pricing is for a single story ranch style contemporary pitched roof home build witHin a 25 mile radius from downtown tucson BUILT TO OUR STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS. please contact us for pricing to build 2 story homes and areas outside of a 30 mile radius of downtown tucsOn. CLICK HERE FOR A FEW POPULAR FLOOR PLANS.
add $5,900 to home build for building plans and locks in PROMOTIONAL pricing for, up to, 3 months.
$135.00 PER Sq. Ft. 1,551 to 2,30o sq. ft. INCLUDEs A FREE garage, up to, 576 SQ. fT. $135.00 per sq.ft. 2,301 AND up. INCLUDEs A FREE garage, up to, 576 SQ. fT. GARAGE garage note: garage incentive includes UNFINISHED garage interior.
add territorial exterior upgrade for only $2.00 per sq.ft.!
Custom Home Information Settlers West Home Builder LLC has built a solid relationship with our home suppliers and Crew Members who are all prepared to go the extra mile to ensure that our workmanship is of the highest quality and save you APPROXIMATELY 30% less than industry standard pricing.
WE'RE COMMITTED TO SAVING OUR CLIENTS MONEY AND SIMPLIFYING THE HOME BUILDING PROCESS.
Current custom home promotion SAVE approximatley 30% off industry standard pricing when building any SETTLERS WEST HOME BUILDER FLOOR PLAN. OR, Build your CUSTOM FLOOR PLAN concept, TO OUR SETTLERS WEST HOMES BUILDER STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS, starting at, AT $117.00 PER SQUARE FOOT! BUILD A FLOOR PLAN OVER 1,551 AND RECEIVE A FREE 576 sqft CAR GARAGE! OUR EXPERIENCED IN-HOUSE DRAFTSMAN WILL HELP YOU DESIGN THE PERFECT HOME SPACE FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!
Settlers West Home Builder LLC allocates a Project Manager to guarantee the highest overall service is maintained throughout the home process. Simply put, Our goal is to exceed the expectations of our clients. We've included our pricing, program details, we Believe, will help you make a well informed decision. Settlers West home builder LLC Standard Home Specifications click here for PRINTABLE copy
EXTERIOR ELEVATION STANDARD RANCH STYLE DESIGN OFFERS 3/12 roof pitch 9' SIDEWALLS and OVERHANG 9' flat ceilings standard. EXTERIOR TERRITORIAL DESIGN OFFERS FLAT 9' CEILINGS STANDARD
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION 4" A/B PRE SLAB 4" CONCRETE MONOLITHIC SLAB FOUNDATION
2 X 6 EXTeRIOR SIDEWALL STUDS AT 16" O.C.
2 X 4 INTERIOR STUD WALLS AT 16" O.C.
OSB ROOF SHEATHING
EXTERIOR WALL SHEATHING THROUGHOUT HOME
EXTERIOR STUCCO FINISH WITH LACE FINISH and optional silIca sand finish
ROOF SYSTEM- ENGINEERED ROOF TRUSSES 24" ON CENTER 30 YEARS LAMINATED ARCHITECTURAL ROOF SHINGLES WHEN BUILDING A RANCH STYLE HOME AND TERRITORIAL INCLUDE BUILT UP ROOF SYSTEM
WINDOWS AND DOORS LOW-E TAN OR WHITE VINYL OR DUAL PANE WINDOWS WITH SCREENS - UP TO 11 WINDOWS STANDARD
3 METAL INSULATED SIX PANEL ENTRY DOORS
RAISED PANEL INTERIOR DOORS- UP TO 10 DOORS STANDARD 1 FIRE RATED GARAGE DOOR AND 1 NON-INSULATED METAL GARAGE DOOR WITH HOME BUILDS OVER 1,551 SQUARE FEET
HVAC SYSTEM 1 HVAC UNIT STANDARD WITH ALL HOMES. SHOULD HOME REQUIRE SECOND UNIT, SECOND UNIT COST SHALL APPLY VENTILATION KITCHEN VENTING TO EXTERIOR. UTILITY AND BATHROOM FANS VENTED TO EXTERIOR ELECTRICAL ALL ELECTRIC HOME- 200 AMP SERVICE WITH MAIN DISCONNECT STUBBED OUT AT HOME (OPTIONAL GAS LINE SERVICES AVAILABLE)
CABLE OUTLETS & DECORATIVE LIGHT FIXTURE PACKAGE AND CARBON AND SMOKE DETECTORS PER CODE ELECTRICAL WIRING PER PLAN TO MEET CODE- CEILING LIGHTS & OUTLETS PER CODE
SIX RECESSED LIGHTS IN KITCHEN AREA GLOBES AND WALL SCONCES WHERE INDICATED ON PLAN 2 WIRE AND BRACE FOR CEILING FANS
GFI'S IN KITCHEN, BATHS AND GARAGE
2 EXTERIOR GFI
WHITE COLOR SWITCHES AND OUTLET COVERS
PLUMBING ROUGH PLUMBING WASTE WATER ABS STUBBED OUT 6' FROM HOME UP TO, 2 BATHROOMS STANDARD PER PLAN PLUMBING ROUGH-IN AND FINISHED PER PLAN. KITCHEN, BATHROOM AND SHOWER FAUCETS AND FINISHES ARE AVAILABLE IN CHROME OR BRUSHED NICKEL STANDARD WITH OPTIONAL OIL RUBBED BRONZE PACKAGE SYNTHETIC TUB AND SHOWER SURROUND STANDARD WITH OPTIONAL TILE SHOWER FINISHES ELONGATED TOILETS PER BATHROOM
1 40 GALLON ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
WATER LINES- PEX-PLUMBING SHUT OFF VALVES
INSULATION R-38 CEILING R-19 EXTERIOR WALLS DRYWALL 1/2" DRYWALL WITH HAWK AND TROWEL FINISH PAINT FINISHES INTERIOR PAINT- BUILDER OFFERS WHISPER COLOR satin FINISH for all interior DOORS AND BASEBOARDS. EXTERIOR INCLUDES, UP TO, 1 BODY AND 1 TRIM COLOR EXTERIOR PAINT COLOR SELECTED BY OWNER
CABINETS AND COUNTERTOPS HARDWOOD KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETRY 2- 2 DOOR BASE CABINET in master bathroom and 1-2 base cabinet PER additional BATHROOMs UP TO 10 LOWER AND 10 UPPER KITCHEN CABINETS DOORS 4" FORMICA BACKSPLASH AND KITCHEN AND BATHS FORMICA COUNTERTOPS
FLOOR COVERINGS AND HARD SERVICES TILE AREAS include builder 16"x16" square tile with grid lay in KITCHEN, BATHS, AND UTILITY ROOM WITH BASEBOARDS IN TILE AREAS ONLY
CARPET AREAS-LIVING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM, DINING ROOM, BEDROOMS AND HALLS. SHAW QUALITY OR CHOSEN EQUAL
HOME FINISHES STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN SINK, 2 BRUSHED NIKEL OR CHROME BATHROOM FAUCETS AND WHITE CERAMIC SINKS FOR BATHROOMS FINISHING HARDWARE MIRRORS PER PLAN
Wood clost and pantry SHELVING PER PLAN BRUSHED NICKEL ROUND DOOR KNOBS WITH OPTIONAL LEVER STYLE HANDLES
TOILET PAPER HOLDERS
GARAGE Plans include, up to, 576 SQUARE FT OF GARAGE SPACE- UNFINISHED GARAGE IS CURRENTLY OFFERED WITH HOME BUILDS OVER 1,551 SQUARE FEET. GARAGE FIREWALL HUNG AND FIRE TAPED TO CODE. REMAINING GARAGE SPACE IS UNFINISHED.
garage promotion is being offered for a limited time AND MAY END AT ANY TIME WITHOUT NOTICE. STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. JULY 16, 2020
How our Program & Pricing Works
Step 1, Acquiring a Price Bond At Settlers West Home Builder LLC, we know how important it is to keep your project within your budget. For this reason, we offer you a Builder Price Bond. A Price Bond allows our Clients to lock in the current Price per square foot for, up to, 3 Months!
Step 2, Designing your Custom Home We simply build our home plans with the same standard specifications! Your home will include your personal touch at an affordable price.
Step 3, Financing The credit process plays an important role in the home buying process and will help determine the interest rate and other loan terms that a Lender offers you. Our Project Manager can help you coordinate an appointment with a construction Lender today!
Step 4, Finding Land It’s a great idea to find an Agent. They'll pull listings and help answer questions you may have.
Step 5, Make a Land Offer Making an offer and its specific contingencies depend greatly on your location and desire of the specific project site. Your Agent can obtain information that will assist you in making a sound decision.
Step 6, Site Visit Upon making an offer on your potential project site, a site visit should be scheduled. At this time, we’ll determine any and all project improvements costs that may apply. Upon completing this task, we’ll present and finalize the contract to include all options and needed land amenities.
Step 7, Contract/Appraisal Process/ Final Underwriting Please note all options and amenities must be included within your final contract in order to be calculated within the overall appraisal.
Step 8, You're on the Way to Closing You're on your way to closing, also called settlement, the event that transfers ownership of the property to you. Just a few more things to learn, a few more things to do, and you're there!
Step 9, Utility Applications At this time, you’ll want to make sure the utility companies have your applications. We’ll take it from there!
Step 10, Final Review Before we break ground, we'll meet with you one last time to review your project in detail and answer any questions you may have.
Home Building Process below is a breakdown of different phases within the construction build. Please note the time. Shaun do not include any type of scheduling delays, such as, weather, holiday schedules, revision delays, supplier shortages and any other delay that could affect the timeframe of your build. Your contract will have a tentative completion date. Please use the below information as a general guide to construction and verbal time frames to complete the required trades. Phase I – Foundation and Rough Plumbing (Approximately 6 Weeks) The site is cleared of any trees, rocks and debris. The site is leveled if necessary and the ground is dug where foundation is to be built. The forms have been built into which the concrete is poured to form the footers for your house's foundation. Rough plumbing- once forms have been built, the underground plumbing can be installed and inspected. Once rough plumbing has been inspected and approved, plumbing trenches can be covered for pre-slab work. A pre-slab inspection shall be scheduled prior to concrete pour. Upon inspection approval, concrete slab shall be poured. Please allow 7 to 10 days for the concrete to cure before framing. Foundation – The foundation is the structure that supports your entire house. Construction Hazards associated with this stage of construction: Open trenches. Loose and/or piled dirt and rock.
Phase 2 – Framing, Roofing , Doors & Windows Approximately 7 Weeks) Framing is one of the most exciting phases of the construction process, but it is very important that everything and everybody be properly coordinated. • The frame is the skeleton of your home. All exterior and interior walls are in place along with the roof trusses. Windows and fireplaces are placed in the frame and the shingles or built up roofing system have been scheduled for installation. Construction hazards associated with this stage of construction: Temporary wall bracings are a bumping and tripping hazard. Exposed nails in lumber are both a puncture and cutting hazard. Stacked or unbanned lumber can be a fall or crushed under hazard.
Phase 3 – Mechanicals Rough, Plumbing, Electrical & Roofing (Approximately 6 Weeks) This is the phase where all of the internal construction begins. During this phase, air- conditioning, heating, ventilation, plumbing and electrical wiring are introduced to the structure. Rough Plumbing Complete – Underground drains have been installed for sewage and hot and cold water lines are installed. Rough HVAC Complete – The heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) duct work and air returns are in, as is the thermostat wire. Rough Electric Complete – Electrical wire has been run, and the installation of the outlets, switch boxes and breaker box has been completed. The installation of the phone wire, cable, and security lines (if you selected a security system option) has been ordered. During this stage you will have seen the installation of any options you ordered that go in the walls, i.e., a central vacuum system, extra computer cabling, extra phone lines, speakers, or any number of options that require work behind the drywall. Roofing shall commence once the above trades have been complete. Construction hazards associated with this stage of construction: Lots of loose and hanging material for all the different trades that ware working in your home at this time. Required PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) during this stage includes eye protection, hearing protection, and head protection. Tripping hazards exist from all of the excess material that may not be removed yet. Puncture hazards may exist from boards with exposed nails or rough wiring not yet secured.
Phase 4 – Close-In (Approximately 6 Weeks) The finish is the skin of your home, including drywall, stucco, siding, and all major exterior and interior surfaces. All of these finishing touches really help your house start to look like a home. These steps are heavily controlled by the weather. Exterior finishes will often carry into Phase 5.
Phase 5 – Finishes (Approximately 8 Weeks) Countertops and cabinets are installed. The house is painted and stained. Tile/linoleum is laid in the kitchen and bath, and any additional plumbing and electrical projects come to completion. Interior painting applied All cabinets installed All countertops installed Mirrors and shower enclosures installed Wall trim – Once the cabinets are in, the interior doors are installed and the molding around the doors and baseboards goes in. Paint – Once the molding is on, it is time to paint the interior of the house. Carpeting – Once the paint is done, carpet and tile is installed. Construction hazards associated with this stage of construction: Loose trim material on the floor (slip and trip hazards). Sawdust in the air from all of the enclosed carpentry work. Safety rails are removed from stair casings, fall hazards exist.
Phase 6 – Finals ( Approximately 4 Weeks) Any minor adjustments take place now, like window screens, drywall and paint touchups. Preliminary Walk-Thru with your Project Manager Final Building Code Inspections Final Orientation Final Payment Move In – Permitted once all above steps have been completed.
Visiting the Site During Construction It's exciting to see a new home take shape. We understand that our customers generally like to visit the site and we don't discourage them from doing so. However, since the workers on site may not understand the full scope of the project, it is important that you direct questions and concerns to your Project Manager. Your Project Manager is responsible for your project; therefore, he or she needs to direct the on-site personnel. You will be provided with all the necessary phone numbers to stay in touch with us throughout the process.
Safety Considerations Keep older children within view and younger children within reach, or make arrangements to leave them elsewhere when visiting the site. Do not walk backward, not even one step. Look in the direction your are moving at all times. Watch for boards, cords, tools, nails, or construction materials that might cause tripping, puncture wounds, or other injury. Do not enter any level of the house that is not equipped with stairs and rails. Give large, noisy grading equipment or delivery vehicles plenty of room and Assume that the driver can neither see nor hear you. Do not walk under workers (i.e. roofers); tools or materials will sometimes be accidentally dropped.
NOTE: Upon completion of your project, your Lender will order the final appraisal to confirm the completion of your project and the County/City will issue a Final approval status. Once all finds have been disbursed , you may move in your new home!
Move In Permitted once all above steps have been completed. Visiting the Site During Construction. It's exciting to see a new home take shape. We understand that our customers generally like to visit the site and we don't discourage them from doing so. However, since the workers on site may not understand the full scope of the project, it is important that you direct questions and
concerns to your Project Manager. Your Project Manager is responsible for your project; therefore, he or she needs to direct the on-site personnel. You will be provided with all the necessary phone numbers to stay in touch with us throughout the process.
Safety Considerations Keep older children within view and younger children within reach, or make arrangements to leave them elsewhere when visiting the site.
Do not walk backward, not even one step. Look in the direction your are moving at all times.
Watch for boards, cords, tools, nails, or construction materials that might cause tripping,
puncture wounds, or other injury.
Do not enter any level of the house that is not equipped with stairs and rails.
Give large, noisy grading equipment or delivery vehicles plenty of room. Assume that the driver can neither see nor hear you.
Do not walk under workers (i.e. roofers); tools or materials will sometimes be accidentally dropped.