There is a new building system in Oconee County that now makes
great homes available to moderate income families.
Careful planning, a controlled environment, and a shorter
schedule makes systems built construction an attractive alternative
to stick building.
Building Systems Network a development company based outside
Atlanta, GA have joined forces with All American Homes, the
largest "Systems Built Home Builder" in the country
to break ground on a"systems built" home in Oconee
County in Foxwood Hills, a swim/tennis community located in
While most people haven't heard the term "System Build"
studies and surveys show that this form of housing is the
wave of the future available in Oconee County.
Grant Smereczynsky, with Building Systems Network said, "I'm
excited about bringing this product to the area. The first
home is being built on August 21 outside of Foxwood Hills.
The home is a 2000 sq. ft. two story cape code, but the sizes
can range from 1000-3600 sq. ft. for a standard home. This
really gives home buyers an affordable alternative while getting
a quality built and carefully constructed home that will last
them a lifetime. We can construct the home on one of our homesites
or we can work with a home buyer to put a home on their land.
The Sectional Build Advantage includes quality control - each
step in the construction process is carefully monitored within
an environment- controlled factory. Over time, all of the
problem areas are identified and incorporated into all future
work. There are custom designs to choose from.
Materials stay dry - when was the last time you built a house
that didn't get soaked by rain or snow once or twice before
it was done? Expensive materials aren't subjected to extremes
in humidity or temperature so expansion and contraction problems
are minimal. Plus, only the best products are chosen for each
Less overhead also means a better cost to the home buyer.
When comparing the square footage and quality of construction,
a typical stick-built home builder would have a difficult
time building a comparable home. A turnkey sectional built
home costs 5 - 20% less than its stick built counterpart.
Shorter scheduling - The average completion time from a buildable
order is 45 days from start to finish. This provides flexability
for the home buyer without the 6, 12 and even 18 month turnaround
times for stick-built homes. Not to mention, unreliable subs,
shortcuts on building procedures and the adverse outside elements
during the entire building process.
Building Systems Network's plans are to continue to develop
homesites within Foxwood Hills while working with local realtors
and home buyers to identify additional homesites in the area.
"So far, we are excited about the calls and interest
in this product", says Smereczynsky.