Building your home with coda

Pre-Sale Selection Process

A pre-sale home is a unique opportunity to select your preferred options for a CODA planned home without the cost of a full custom build.

While not a custom, CODA will guide you through the pre-sale selection process:

Step 1 - Planning:

  • Meet to discuss the overall the pre-sale process
  • Review building scheme and any site restrictions
  • Confirm house plans and detailed build requirements
  • Establish the build schedule and finalize the payment schedule and purchase agreement

Step 2 - Rough-In Walkthrough

  • Meet on-site to review build progress at "lock-up" after framing is complete
  • Review cabinet and lighting layout

Step 3 - Finishing Walkthrough

  • Meet on-site to review build progress after drywall is installed and house is ready for finishing
  • Select paint, flooring, and countertop preferences from options presented

Step 4 - Completion Handover

  • Meet on-site for a final occupancy walkthrough
  • Take the keys to our new home!

Custom Process

CODA takes the mystery out of designing and building your ideal home.

With the custom home process, CODA will provide you with regular progress reporting, schedule site visits, and guide you every step of the way through the custom build phases:

Phase 1: Planning and Design

CODA works with you to gather your detailed list of home requirements to design and build your custom home. 

Once requirements are confirmed and a build contract is in place, CODA will meet with the design team to turn your requirements into detailed custom building plans. A baseline construction budget based on the building plans will be also be presented.

Phase 2: Pre-Construction

Site preparation for your custom home begins! 

CODA will commence pre-construction work on the following:

· Detailed engineering for structural beams, loads, and roof trusses

· Application for building permit

· Design of HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems

· Preliminary designs for kitchen and cabinet plans

· Site preparation and excavation

Phase 3: Active Construction

In the construction phase, CODA will continue with building plans following the preparation work completed in the previous phase.

CODA will work with you to finalize cabinet plans, assist with flooring decisions, and confirm any other specifications and finishing selections as needed.

Phase 4: Handover

CODA will meet you on-site for a pre-occupancy inspection when finishing work is complete. During the walkthrough, CODA will show you how to operate any technologies featured in your new home.

CODA will confirm that the build plans are complete and handover the keys to your new custom home!