Studio10's "Home Building 101" comes to a close with the reveal of Joe's brand new family home.
Throughout the series, Joe and builder Bryan Robertson with Roe Robertson Construction, have walked through several steps in the home building process. From designing your floor plan to pricing to choosing your exterior look... plenty of tips and ideas have been shared along the way.
In this episode, they take a look at the finished house. There is also a surprise announcement. Click on the video link to watch!
About Home Building 101:
After years of economic recession, many Gulf Coast realtors believe the housing market is showing signs of improvement. They say now is a great time to buy or build.
With that in mind... Since 1998, Studio10 co-host Joe Emer has lived in 6 different cities and 14 different rental properties. For some that may not be a lot of moving around, but Joe and his family decided it's time to find a house. After weighing many different options, they decided to build a custom home with a local builder.
Bryan Robertson and his father Roe Robertson are the owners of Roe Robertson Construction. Building homes and working on Gulf Coast construction projects has been their family business for several decades. Most of their business is word of mouth.
Joe thought it would be fun and informative to take our viewers along for the ride as his new house is built. Bryan Robertson will join Joe as they take us through several different segments showing the steps toward becoming a new custom home owner.
If you would like more information or have any questions on building or buying a custom home, feel free to contact:
Bryan Robertson, Roe Robertson Construction
Call or Text: 251-422-3004
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