Happy Earth Day! Today feels like the perfect time to discuss one of our company’s core principles of design and construction: BEING GREEN. As a Myrtle Beach custom home builder, we believe in building and construction practices that go beyond the industry standards in order to design homes that are both sustainable and energy efficient. It's a team effort to decrease our overall impact on the Earth, so we’re sharing five ways you can easily reduce your effect on the earth starting in your own home!
This is a locally owned residential construction company. We designed many of the homes we have built. As we start or complete homes, we will post information about these properties in this blog.
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While most are getting excited for the warm Spring weather Myrtle Beach is famous for, CRG Companies is focused on The Art Museum’s 19th Annual Spring Tour of Homes where our recent custom home in Living Dunes has been selected to join some of the finest custom homes on the Grand Strand in a showcase of unique properties to benefit the local arts.
In this video, CRG Broker-In-Charge Preston Guyton reviews the 3rd Step in the custom home building process, The Home Design, and reveals tips on avoiding common, costly mistakes. Don’t Make These Mistakes In Designing A Custom Home…
In this video CRG's Broker-In-Charge, Preston Guyton, discusses what we feel is the 2nd step to building a custom home, as well as three helpful tips for you to use throughout the process. Step 1: Secure A Construction Permanent Loan, Then Move Onto Step Two
CRG's' Broker-In-Charge, Preston Guyton, discusses what we feel should be your first steps in the custom building process, as well as three of the benefits to choosing a construction permanent loan. According to Preston Guyton, your first step towards building a custom home should start with meeting a local lender, especially one that specifically handles construction permanent loans.
As a homeowner, you are the caretaker of your investment and, although Myrtle Beach homeowners don’t have to winterize their homes like our friends to the North, it’s still important to make regular maintenance part of your seasonal home care plan. Along with inspections, routine maintenance throughout the year can prevent unnecessary repairs and expense while keeping and improving the value of your home investment.
To maintain our higher standard of quality and service as we expand into additional commercial, residential and land development projects, we’re welcoming Jerry Sanders to the CRG Construction division as the Vice President of Construction. Originally from the Raleigh Durham area, Jerry relocated to the Myrtle Beach area in 1997 where he has pursued a further career in the new home construction industry including field management as well as purchasing and estimating.
The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System sets the standards of green building for the construction community. By following their guidelines, home owners can take advantage of lower operating costs and higher asset values and qualify for tax rebates saving them money in the short term and long term!
If you are thinking of buying an oceanfront home, give building some thought. We have a collection of homes we have designed that are great vacation rentals or second homes. These oceanfront homes range from 3,000-6,000 heated square feet, and 5-9 bedrooms. All of these house plans can be modified or we can come up with something totally unique to meet your needs.
Why Build? In most areas along the Grand Strand there are options so you can build, and in many cases building would be a less expensive option long term and right away. With labor prices so much lower than they have been in years, building offers a great opportunity in today’s market.