Why An Oak Valley Home
Here are four of many reasons to choose an Oak Valley Home:
- The first is our dedication to building an exceptional relationship with you, which cannot be found with larger builders. Relationships are the intangibles that money can’t buy, but are essential in the dream building process.
- Secondly, company after company states “100 percent customer satisfaction” and moves on. We don’t leave our clients simply “satisfied,” we leave them with a feeling of finally making their dream come true, which in our experience has yet to be put in words. So let’s just say we are 100 percent “I’m home” guaranteed.
- Thirdly, we take pride in providing good value and competitive pricing with each home we build. You’ll find that many features other home builders count as upgrades are standard in each Oak Valley Home. Our standards include base trim, low-energy windows, and alder cabinets in our kitchens.
- Lastly, we specialize in Colorado-style architecture, including the use of natural materials from local suppliers, and exposed posts and beams. We install large, well placed windows that give you the full experience of our beautiful front range from the comfort of your favorite chair, dinner table, family room, etc.
Oak Valley Standards
We have a list of standard features included in all our single family homes that is too long to list here, but please review these highlights as an example of the value we provide to you:
- Covered front porch
- Nine-foot ceilings on main level, vaulted in the great room
- Hickory hardwood floor in kitchen and nook
- Majestic gas log fireplace with wall switch
- Surround-sound speaker Pre-wire
- Pre-finished, insulated garage doors
- Tiled front and rear patio entry
- Upgraded lighting package
- Tiled bathroom floors and laundry room floor
- Upgraded carpet and pad
- Five-piece master bathroom with soaking tub
- Solid surface shower seats
- Wood-trimmed windows and wood baseboard throughout
- Wood interior doors
- Bathroom tile shower surround
- Passive radon mitigation system
- A licensed engineer reviews the soils report, inspects the hole before the foundation is poured and creates the foundation plans
- Exterior walls are insulated with R-13 unfaced batts with a 4-mil plastic vapor barrier. Flat ceilings are insulated with R-38 blown-in insulation, while vaulted ceilings use blown and batted R-38.
- Foam sealant is installed around windows, doors and all exterior penetrations.