The rocky mountain region is one of the most extreme climate zones for building. The climate zone and our very stringent building codes makes building a home in the rocky mountains surprisingly costly. New construction can run 20% more than other climate zones. The design of your home can also have major influence on the cost. RJG & Associates is very familiar with building codes in much of the rocky mountains and can make sure that your project is value engineered to deliver quality at the best price possible.
Selecting a builder can be quite overwhelming. RJG & Associates helps their owners from the very beginning with the starting concept. They continue to help by giving one-on-one attention and customer support all the way through to completion. RJG can even be involved in the selection of property by locating the best value for you. Already have a design? No problem. RJG & Associates would still love to take a look at it!
RJG & Associates is a high quality builder that depends on reputation and reference. We feel our customers deserve the highest level of experience and knowledge. RJG stands by the fact a top quality builder should be able to tell you what your project is going to cost and stand behind that price. We also want to make the building process as enjoyable as possible. Guiding our owner through building process with as few challenges as possible is our goal.
RJG & Associates over the years has streamlined the construction timelines. Our detailed scheduling and on site management is key to keeping deadlines. We have also developed lasting relationships with our trades which allow us to push the timelines of other builders. The timeline can be affected by size or details but 12 month builds are best for planning.
There is no place better than the Rockies in the summer, but winter can sometimes influence construction. There are a lot of new technologies that allow for construction through winter. Some of these processes can prove very costly. RJG believes that planning is the best policy. Our experience in the mountains has helped us develop detailed timelines that work well with most build schedules.
We would love to inform you more about how the cold affects building in the Rocky Mountains, so please call us today (970) 453-5513, fill out our contact form (click here), or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.