We are very excited to have our first blog post following the construction of one of our house plans.
Builder, Mike Gansen of Gansen Construction, and his clients are building a modified version of the Camas house plan in a subdivision in the near by city of Junction City. Construction is set to begin in just a few short weeks.
Mr. & Mrs. C will be able to share their building experience and photographs through this blog post. Friends in Rhode Island and family in California and Arizona will be able to follow the progress and even post a thought or two...
The lot you own isn't just a piece of dirt on the outskirts of your hometown. It will be identified in a number of different ways depending on who wants to know. But, before you can apply for a building permit you must know how your local government identifies it. If it is a bare piece of land, (outside of a developed subdivision) it most likely will not have a situs address yet.
The identity used most by government agencies is an identifying number referred to as the Tax ID Number or the Assessor's Parcel Number (APN). You will find the APN on your deed or on your tax bill from the local Tax Collector. It...
We are excited to announce our new partnership with TheSipStore.com and IB Panels! SIP or Structural Insulated Panel construction is becoming more and more popular. We have the ability now to refer your purchased home plans for SIP details and additional resource information. To inquire about SIP construction on a plan, please call us at (800) 634-0123 M-F, 8-5 pacific time to speak with one of our customer service representatives.
Associated Designs is pleased to announce the launch of our new blog! We hear from people all the time who like to share their experience, show pictures of their homes under construction, and of course the finished product. Equally, we hear from those who would “love to see a picture of this home completed”! Our blog now offers the forum for just that. To start a blog on your home under construction or already built, send your photo(s) and story to email@example.com and we'll get it posted. After that, you can upload additional photos and comments of the progress.