Custom Home at William's Hill 1
Custom Home at William's Hill Lot 1
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Mountain and Pastoral Views from this custom Graystone home in Reva...

See our finish schedule below. Our standard carpets and vinyls are better than some builders' 2nd and 3rd upgrades. We don't do the minimum electrical work required by the code - we exceed it!


101 FOYER Hardwood  
102 DINING ROOM Carpet (1) hanging fixture; (1) incandescent dimmer
103 KITCHEN Vinyl 6) recessed light fixtures; Kitchen exhaust fan; (1) phone outlet (Cat5)
104 BREAKFAST  Vinyl (1) hanging fixture
105 FAMILY ROOM Carpet (1) switched outlet; TV antenna outlet; (1) pre-wiring for paddle fans with light kits
106 LIVING ROOM Carpet (1) pre-wiring for paddle fans with light kits
110 MAIN STAIRS Carpet  
140 POWDER ROOM Vinyl ducted Bathroom exhaust fan; (1) surface mount wall fixture
211 UPPER HALL Carpet (2) surface mount ceiling fixtures
208 LAUNDRY ROOM Vinyl (1) fluorescent fixture
221 MASTER BEDROOM Carpet (1) switched outlet; TV antenna outlet; (1) pre-wiring for paddle fans with light kits
221A MASTER BEDROOM WIC-A Carpet (1) surface mount ceiling fixture
241 MASTER BATH Vinyl ducted Bathroom exhaust fan; (1) wet area recessed light fixture at Master Shower; (2) surface mount wall fixtures
222 BEDROOM #2 Carpet (1) switched outlet; TV antenna outlet; (1) pre-wiring for paddle fans with light kits
223 BEDROOM #3 Carpet (1) switched outlet; TV antenna outlet; (1) pre-wiring for paddle fans with light kits
246 HALL BATH Vinyl ducted Bathroom exhaust fan; (1) surface mount wall fixture
010 BASEMENT STAIRS Pine (1) surface mount ceiling fixture
030 UNFINISHED BASEMENT Concrete (1) freezer circuit; (2) GFCI outlets; keyless lights per code
115 GARAGE Concrete (2) GFCI outlets 48” AFF; keyless lights per code 
  EXTERIOR N/A (4) exterior outlets; (1) each at Front Porch, Garage, Basement walk-out, and at rear Deck level; (2) double flood fixtures on two (2) 3-way switches; (1) chime system; (1) surface mount wall fixture at each exterior entrance and two (2) at front door and Garage OHD wall


    Walk-out level. Poured concrete Basement walls at 8’- 0” +/-.

  • Fireplace
    “Heatilator” Novus NVD4236I, 36” direct vent, prefabricated gas fireplace at Family Room with standing pilot, fan kit, standard glass front, black in color, natural slate mantel height surround, matching flush hearth (on subfloor) and “Yorktowne” style painted wood mantel; framed shed roof enclosure (TV alcove is not provided for in this proposal)

  • Residential Applicances
    GE” brand unless otherwise stated. *May be changed by purchaser at an additional cost.

    •  22.7 cu. ft. Bott. Freezer/Refrigerator w/I&W        Model # GDSC3KCYWW

    • 30” Gas Range                                                   Model # JGB382DEWW

    • 30” “Spacesaver” Microwave                                Model # JVM1740DPWW

    •  Dishwasher                                                       Model # GLD5604VWW

  • Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Wellborn Select Arlington Oak (or equal) Kitchen cabinets and Bath vanities, per Contractor’s layout. Kitchen wall cabinets to be 30” mounted. Layout includes island with cooktop and raised 18” Breakfast Bar top. Vanity sink base standard height vanity configuration at Hall Bath; Double vanity sink base full height vanity configuration at Master Bath. Custom laminate Kitchen countertops with beveled edges, 4” backsplashes and 8” deep double bowl self-rimming stainless steel (18 gauge) sink at Kitchen. “Moen” Arbor #7594 (or equal) stainless finish center-set faucet with pull-out sprayer at Kitchen sink. “Moen” Chateau #4621 (or equal) chrome center-set fixtures at each Bath.

  •  Concrete

    • Poured concrete slab at Basement and Garage

    • Poured concrete slab at Front Porch with steps to grade as required

    • Poured concrete walkway (approximately 3’- 6” in width) from Front Porch to nearest point of driveway

    • 6’ x 7’ poured concrete pad at Basement walk-out door

This energy efficient products help save you money!

  • “LP” TechShield radiant barrier sheathing
    Techshield is made by LP and is a thin but durable layer of aluminum applied to oriented strand board sheeting. It is designed to not only keep heat out of attic spaces, but also help keep conditioned spaces more efficient. The foil side is installed down towards the attic, the radiant barrier is a highly reflective and low emitting material that helps reduce the solar heat gain in the attic space. According to LP Techshield will prevent 97% radiant heat from penetrating the panel into the attic Techshield is installed like any other roof sheeting, It should be noted that this does not eliminate the need for attic insulation.

  • DuPont™ Tyvek® House Wrap
    DuPont™ Tyvek® HomeWrap® delivers the optimum balance of properties for superior performance against the elements. Tyvek® helps prevent outside water from entering the walls and helps to seal the home to keep outside air where it belongs. DuPont™ Tyvek® helps reduce homeowner energy bill because homes stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter and dry all year round. The breathable structure of this house wrap allows moisture vapor to pass through to help promote drying in wall systems which can aid in preventing the growth of mold and mildew. The unique non-woven fiber structure of DuPont™ Tyvek®  stops air movement through the walls helping to provide a more energy efficient home. 

  • R-13.8 blown-in cellulose insulation at all exterior framed walls
    Blown in cellulose insulation is made mostly from shredded newspaper and mixed with a variety of chemicals to reduce its flammability and keep it from settling. Blown in cellulose insulation is 2-3 times denser than fiberglass insulation. Studies comparing Blown in cellulose insulation Vs fiberglass insulation show that cellulose insulation was 38% tighter and required 26% less energy. A Princeton University study shows, a group of homes with blown in cellulose insulation in the walls had an average of 24.5% reduction of air infiltration compared to fiberglass insulation, with only the walls insulated. A similar study, the Leominster MA Housing Project for the Elderly found that, a building with blown in cellulose insulation compared to a building with R-13 fiberglass batt insulation in the walls and R-38 fiberglass batt insulation in the ceiling, had 40% lower leakage.

    • Fire Resistant - blown in cellulose insulation is treated for fire retardancy. If a fire occurs, the blown in cellulose insulation, combined with its fire retardants, can slow the fire from spreading and can create a "2-hour firewall". Scientists at the National Research Council of Canada report that, blown in cellulose insulation increases fire  

  • Therma-Tru Insulated Exterior Doors
    Therma-Tru entry door systems are the brand that most builders and remodelers prefer  . Every line of doors we offer comes with a package of performance that is unrivaled in the industry. With a front door by Therma-Tru, not only will you see an increase in comfort, energy efficiency and performance, you will also see an increase in curb appeal.

  • Andersen 200 Series Double-Hung Insulated Low-E Windows
    Andersen® 200 Series windows and doors give you the craftsmanship, performance and energy efficiency you’ve come to expect from Andersen. Featuring beautiful wood interiors, quality craftsmanship, reliability and low maintenance. Double-hung windows have two sash in a single frame which slide up or down to provide ventilation. Because their sash remain flush with the wall while the window is open, they are a good choice for walls adjacent to patios, decks and walkways. The Andersen® 200 Series tilt-wash double-hung windows feature low maintenance Perma-Shield® exteriors along with clear pine interiors to bring the warmth of natural wood into your home. Or, if you prefer, choose a factory-painted white interior with an ultra-smooth low maintenance finish. Either way, they come in our most popular sizes and give you our most requested options, along with our renowned Owner-2-Owner® warranty.

  • Independent Certification
    We use an independent contractor for blower door and duct testing to verify the efficiency of your home.
    The overall draftiness – or “unintended infiltration” – of a house is measured by the blower door test. Drafts affect a home’s heating/cooling costs as much as any single other factor. The blower door also is used to locate these leaks and to discover the “air changes per hour” – a figure that greatly affects both energy use and occupant health.  A duct leakage test measures the amount of air that a duct system loses to the outside of the house. If all of a home’s ductwork is installed within conditioned space this test may not be warranted. For homes with ducts in attics or vented crawlspaces, studies indicate that average leakage to the outside is greater than 15%. Leakage of greater than 30% is not uncommon. That’s a lot of wasted energy – and money. For houses with more than one duct system to be tested, add $75 for each additional system.

We utilize wrapped and synthetic materials at the exterior - the cornice, rakes, fascia, soffits, columns, windows and more. Our homes are designed to be easily maintained and to look good for generations to come.

  • Huber Advantech OSB Flooring
    AdvanTech® is engineered for superior strength, moisture resistance and quality. Backed by a lifetime limited warranty that is transferable between future homeowners, AdvanTech flooring delivers performance you can trust. Builders from across the nation have voted AdvanTech flooring #1 in quality every year for over a decade.

  • “Certainteed” Landmark shingles (or equal)
    Asphalt/fiberglass shingles with transferrable limited lifetime warranty, over 30# felt paper (the industry standard is a 15# lighter paper) with Winter Guard, continuous ridge vent and coordinated metal flashing. See more information..

  • "Mastic” Ovation Siding
    DL4.5 (double 4-1/2”) “Dutch-lap simulated wood grain vinyl siding with matching corners from top of foundation to bottom of eaves and/or top of gables at all elevations unless otherwise identified. Want more than 20 colors and four styles to choose from? You've got it - with Ovation. It's a beautiful, durable siding that's hassle-free. And with vivid color and strength, Ovation clearly earns its name.

  • Frame-Saver Door Jambs
    FrameSaver® products will not rot, decay or suffer fungal damage resulting from water absorption through the bottom of the frame.  This product keeps your home from having this common problem:
    Frame problems

  • Low maintenance white standard vinyl vented and non-vented soffits

  • Low maintenance white metal/pvc wrapped fascias, rakes, frieze, Porch beams and Garage door bucks

  • Low maintenance white beaded vinyl ceiling at Front Porch