Building Homes in Grand Junction, CO

We’ve been focusing our blog on the construction industry lately, but sometimes it’s important to look back, too. That’s why today we’re going to shift our focus away from commercial building and the construction industry. Instead of telling you about this year’s trends in construction (which you can find here, if you’re interested), we think it’s about time that we turn our gaze homeward. There’s a lot to love about Grand Junction—so much, in fact, that we think it’s an incredible place to build a home. So today we’re going to focus on what makes our city such an exciting place to live, and we’ll also talk about building homes in Grand Junction, CO. We’ll explain why building a home is often a better idea than purchasing an old one. And if you don’t live here or don’t own a home here, we’ll tell you why you should.

Why Build Homes in Grand Junction?

So before we get into some reasons you should build a home, let’s answer this question first: why Grand Junction? Probably the biggest reason why people choose to live in Grand Junction is its unparalleled access to the outdoors. Whether you’re interested in kayaking, hiking, biking, or camping, Grand Junction has everything you could possibly want. And Grand Junction encompasses the best of all worlds. It’s not so small that there’s nothing to do, but it’s not so big that it feels like city life. On the weekends, you can take a trip to Denver or even to ski resorts in Utah. In Grand Junction, there’s always plenty to do. You can go fishing, take a hike, go whitewater rafting, or even learn to rock climb. It’s an incredible place for trying something new. Grand Junction is known for its outdoor opportunities, and we know they won’t disappoint.

At Western Constructors, we’re proud to say that we’ve helped shape Grand Junction into what it is today. Whenever you go downtown or near the Riverside area and see new construction, take a second to think about the people who put up those new buildings. There’s a good chance we were a part of it. From our work in the Las Colonias Business Park to the homes we’ve built in the Redlands Mesa area (you can read more about our work in the Redlands area in one of our blog posts here), we’ve been hard at work improving Grand Junction. The city hasn’t always had the greatest reputation, but we’ve always seen its potential. We’ve had a big hand in the future of downtown Grand Junction, and we can’t wait to keep making the city a better place. It’s our home, and we’ll always keep working to improve it.

Building Homes vs. Buying Homes

Now that you see why Grand Junction is such an exciting place to be, let’s talk a little bit about building homes as opposed to buying or renting. Probably the biggest reason that people decide to build new homes is the quality of construction. It’s common sense, really; construction companies build new homes using new methods and new and improved equipment. What this means is that new homes are better quality and can last a lot longer than older homes. It’s like making an investment. Building a new home allows you to stay in it for as long as you want, and after that, it’ll still be worth a lot of money. When buying an older home, on the other hand, it won’t be worth as much if you ever decide to move out.

With better construction quality comes less hassle, too. When you’re buying an older home, you have to consider the wear and tear that old homes inevitably have. That means more money and a bigger headache. When you build a home instead, your home is not only free from these problems of age but you’re able to make sure that it fits your needs, too. Often when people buy an older home, they end up buying a lot of space that they don’t need. Why buy a home with a huge yard you won’t use when you could instead increase the size of your home and actually use it? When you build a home, you make sure that you’re only buying what you need. And newer homes are generally bigger, too; the average older home is almost 1,000 square feet smaller than average new homes.

Maintaining Homes in Grand Junction, CO

It’s important to consider the cost of maintenance when it comes to buying or building homes in Grand Junction, CO. Older homes have a lot that needs to be fixed, whether it’s an old roof or having to maintain outdated heating and cooling systems. When you choose to build a new home, a lot of those worries go away. Because everything in your home is new, you don’t have to worry about your heating going out. Plus, newer homes can save you money through their energy efficiency. Because they have better insulation than older homes, it costs less to heat and cool them, which helps you save on your utilities. If you’re interested in reading about more reasons to choose a newly built home over an older one, we recommend taking a look at this article here.

We’ve been working and building homes in Grand Junction, CO for many years, and we have decades of experience. Whether you’re interested in building a home or designing a custom metal building for your business, we can help. If you’ve lived here for a while but are interested in building a home, call us at (970) 241-5457. We’re always happy to here from you. And even if you’ve never lived here before, hopefully you can now see why we’re so excited to work and live here. We’d love for you to live here, too. Grand Junction is an exciting place to be, and its future is just beginning. Who knows what the city will look like ten years from now? What we do know is that we’ll still be here, hard at work improving the city we love.

*This post was written by Third Loft Marketing.

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