Our Building Process

Our 9-step process ensures that every Brennan home is beautifully constructed on time and within budget. Get a feel for how the homebuilding process works by reviewing the steps below.

Step 1: Tour a Model Home.

Visit a Brennan model home and fall in love with our designs and quality features.

Step 2: Determine Your Needs.

Meet with one of our home consultants to review your spatial, location and budgetary needs.

Step 3: Find the Perfect Location.

Select the community and homesite that is right for you and place a reservation. Brennan recommends getting pre-qualified for a mortgage early in the process. Financing is easy and we connect you to the best financial advisors.

Step 4: Dream and Design.

Meet with your home consultant to review the details. Get a preview of your dream home and receive a break down of the estimated cost.

Step 5: Sign the Contract.

Your home consultant will review your plans and get your final approval. We provide a detailed quote and specifications so you know exactly what to expect.

Step 6: Make Your Selections.

Our Design Manager will guide you through the selections process. Once you have finalized your selections and received loan approval, it’s time to sit back and relax while our talented team begins preparing your homesite for construction.

Step 7: Watch Your Home Come to Life.

From the foundation being poured to the final coat of paint being placed on the walls, we know that communication is key to building a strong relationship with you. We are in frequent communication with our homeowners, answering any questions you may have throughout the building process.

Step 8: Welcome to Your Dream Home.

When the big move-in day arrives, you will meet with Brennan and complete a new home orientation. We will go through each room and review every detail of your new home.

Step 9: Feel Secure with Brennan’s Warranty.

Once you’ve lived in your home, you may notice small nail pops or other warranty items. We will gladly come back to take care of these tasks. Make sure you reference our warranty book for full details on what is covered.