FAQ

Professional Frequently Asked Questions

We carefully collected the most commonly asked questions about our services. Please learn more about BuildWall.

What is The BuildWall Business?

Once construction on your house has begun, site visits without a builder representative are not allowed. Many dangerous conditions exist on a construction site and to comply with insurance requirements we request that you refrain from visiting the site unaccompanied. After the house is framed, under roof and the trades have roughed-in their components, a pre-drywall walk-through is scheduled. You will be able to see the status of the home.

We are totally client-oriented company and everything we do we match with a client on every step in order to make changes if preferred by the client. Yes, you can make changes to your floor plan. We have always allowed our purchasers to customize our plans to meet their needs. However, all changes must be approved by us to ensure that they will meet site and structural requirements. In some communities, exterior changes are also subject to approval by an architectural review committee.
Renovation of a home or property means changes and updates were made to the property, but major structural changes did not take place. For example, painting the interior of a kitchen, replacing the faucet and appliances, and redoing the flooring would all fall under a renovation. However, if walls were moved and the space was expanded or changed, this would be called a remodel

Once construction on your house has begun, site visits without a builder representative are not allowed. Many dangerous conditions exist on a construction site and to comply with insurance requirements we request that you refrain from visiting the site unaccompanied. After the house is framed, under roof and the trades have roughed-in their components, a pre-drywall walk-through is scheduled. You will be able to see the status of the home.