Framing Your Home

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Capstone Custom Homes - Framing Stage

Once the foundation for your home is in place, the next step our team takes is to start framing your home. This step generally proceeds rather quickly so we can start getting the roof up, but there’s still a lot of work involved! Here’s how we ensure that framing goes according to plan.

The Importance of Quality Craftsmanship

Quality framing is crucial for any home’s structural integrity and long-term durability. With proper framing, your home is more resistant to environmental wear and tear, and less prone to settling and other forms of structural damage. Quality materials and workmanship are both needed to create a solid framework for the rest of the home.

Consider the Detail Work

The framing stage is so much more than creating a “skeleton” for the home. A lot of detail work also comes into play while the home is being framed. Features for elaborate built-in shelves and cabinets, additional wiring, and soundproofing are all accounted for during framing. By integrating detail work into framing, the home’s functionality and aesthetics will live up to expectations.

The Importance of Precision

Precision in the framing stages is what ultimately helps you get a high-quality outcome, regardless of the level of detail work needed throughout the house. At Capstone, our Amish craftsmen draw on years of experience to provide incredibly accurate work. Our team’s attention to detail ensures that every aspect of framing is done right, creating a home you can be proud of for years to come.

You may not see the framing of your house, but the precision and detail work that go into this stage are essential for a superior finished structure. At Capstone, we give this step the attention it deserves so your home will stand the test of time. Contact us if you’d like to learn more about our processes and get started on your own home.