Nobel Homes Group AS a general contractor- In the case of renovations, a site visit is required to get a better understanding of the project. On the project delivery method, the contractor will submit a fixed price proposal or bid, cost-plus price or an estimate. The general contractor considers the cost of  overhead,  conditions, materials, and equipment, as well as the cost of all labors, to provide the owner with a price for the project.

 Documents may include drawings, project manuals including general- supplementary- or special conditions and specifications and addendum or modifications issued prior to proposal/bidding and prepared by a design professional, such as an architect. The general contractor may be the construction manager or construction manager at high risk

Nobel Homes Group is responsible for providing all of the material- labor-equipment and services necessary for the construction of the project.General contractor often hires specialized subcontractors to perform all or portions of the construction work. When using subcontractors- We as a General contractor is responsible for the quality of all work performed by  all of the hires.


How Long Does a Custom Home Usually Take to Build?

The rule of thumb is 9 months to 2 years, for construction of a true custom home. It might be possible to complete a semi-custom home project in 8 months (with a great team and good luck) but for a fully customized home, it’s safe to assume that the build will require at least 8 months.

All sizes and complexity of your home design will also affect how long the total project will require to complete: a 4,000 square foot bungalow will have a different timeline than a 20,000 square foot estate. While a good builder can scale up the workforce to help a larger project move forward at a good pace, grand designs with complex details just require more time to properly execute. At the end of the day, it’s important to know that investing the time upfront to get things right on the first go always ends up saving time and money in the long run. Cutting corners for speed is never a good option.

Keep in mind that the time frame we’re sharing here (9 months to 2 years) is for the construction of the home itself. The architectural design and pre-construction phases prior to construction generally take a combined 3 to 7 months before breaking ground. These time estimates also depend on the size and complexity of your home design, as well as the architect’s current workload, your city’s permit process, and your chosen builder’s efficiency and expertise


Some Factors Can Increase the Time to Move In?

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 Many different factors that can throw a project off schedule. These factors can be minimized or avoided with smart project management and a reliable, adaptable workforce. Some are just a matter of fate, but even when you’re dealing with an act of God, the people you have on the project can make a huge difference in how long a delay lasts and how quickly you can get your project back on schedule.


Weather condition

We can control on a building site, but the weather, unfortunately, isn’t one of them. An experienced builder will know to factor in some margin for adverse weather so that a mild delay doesn’t wreck the whole timeline, but when Mother Nature throws a real tantrum, even the most dedicated work crew sometimes has to stand down and adjust course

Temperature changes can affect how a project progresses,below freezing can cause problems with concrete hardening or paint drying. On the other side of the scale, sustained high temperatures over 30 degrees can also cause issues.

•                   precipitation: We do have to deal with on a regular basis in the Toronto area. Precipitation, whether we’re talking about rain, sleet, or snow, can have a big impact on a project, especially during the initial construction phase. High precipitation levels can delay site work (too much mud can make a big mess of a bulldozing project) and can delay the foundation pour (adding extra water to concrete is a no-go). They can even delay framing to some extent. However, Working in the rain is part of the job.


Missing permits

Bureaucracy is an unavoidable fact of life in any construction project. There are forms to be filled out, and everything needs to be crossed and dotted and signed (often in triplicate!) A missing permit or delayed inspection can shut down a project and cause huge frustration. The good news: this problem is easily avoidable if you have an organized builder with strong internal systems and processes for handling permits, inspections, approvals, and all the other paperwork that comes with a custom home builder.

Builder with clear, organized, and proven tracking systems for the project’s schedule and budget, for soliciting selections and ordering materials, and for communicating with all parts of the team, which includes the architect, subcontractors and vendors, the interior designer, and you, the client.

 The builder has a strong network of quality?, reliable subcontractors. One bad sub can end up causing huge delays for everybody else, creating a domino effect and throwing a project 


Interior Home Designer

If you have an impeccable design eye, don’t go at it alone. A great interior designer does so much more than picking out tile samples or paint colors. You can be as collaborative or hands-off as you like, but there are hundreds of design decisions, large and small, that must be made during a custom home building process. The timeliness of those decisions can make or break a schedule. You need someone to keep things moving.

The Budget of construction

Custom home build is a fluid project. While the right builder will provide you with accurate budget projections at the beginning of the project, unexpected expenses can crop up. Whether you fall in love with a particular finish or run into an unanticipated complication, knowing that you have a buffer will help smooth everything out. You can absorb the cost and move on without having to stop and make last-minute changes to compensate

Understand the lead time of certain products and materials

This point goes back to the importance of an organized builder and interior designer, and to how crucial it is to be as decisive as possible when making your selections. Some items (such as windows, doors, and anything custom-designed) may require weeks of lead time. Waiting around for a missing item to arrive before the project can advance is a common but avoidable cause of construction delays. Try to make your selections and have your builder and subcontractors order supplies as soon as possible.

Be sure your builder schedules regular site walks and visits with you

 Not only does this help you make sure that everything is running according to the timeline, but it also means that you have the opportunity to see any necessary changes or adjustments as soon as possible. This can help avoid the need to repeat work

Stick to the original design as much as you can

We highly recommend working with your architect and builder together from an early stage, so that you know you have a design and layout that you love and that is build able. Getting this fine-tuned from the beginning is so important because the worst time to change design is in the middle of a project. We are realists: sometimes changes need to be made late in the game when a homeowner realizes they want or need something that varies from the original plan. But indecision costs you time (and money), as change orders can quickly derail a schedule.


In a uniquely complex project like a custom home build, things can and do go wrong, and the potential for construction delays is real. The important question is whether your team has the expertise to anticipate and mitigate issues before they cause delays. An experienced and trustworthy builder will be able to help you navigate anything that the construction process can throw at you. Strong organization, smart planning, and clear, timely communication are the keys to a

successful project. If you’re thinking about building a custom home and want to learn more about what’s involved and how construction timelines are calculated, 

We are here to help and would love to talk to you about any ideas or questions you might have.

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