The Building Process with Eastbrook Homes

An Animated Video Series

Building a home is a unique process that requires cooperation, attention-to-detail, and precise execution. This outline, and the brief videos which follow, will provide the overview you need to understand the process and your part in it.

The Eastbrook Building Process 

Section 1

At Eastbrook Homes, our number one goal is to provide more home for the money to our homeowners. To hit that target, the Eastbrook team has created a process that streamlines both the customer experience and the path our team members will take to meet our homeowner’s expectations. This allows us to provide professional, quality results while keeping our eye on the ball instead of focusing on the finish line.

Building Process: New Home Agreement

Section 2

To continue on your Eastbrook journey, you’ll need to present a pre-approval letter, signed agreement, and your initial deposit. Your sales agreement will be the foundation on which your new home is built, identifying your homesite and the design which you will customize to create a home that’s just as unique as you are.

Building Process: Home Creation Studio

Section 3

Eastbrook Homes offers all of our homeowners access to our world class Home Creation Studio and our team of expert design consultants. Eastbrook’s own team of interior design specialists will work with you every step of the way to create a home that reflects your unique style and needs.

Building Process: Reviewing the Plan

Section 4

The architectural plans determine how your new home is constructed and contractors will install items in your home based on these drawings so it’s important to inspect the drawings to ensure your customization and changes are correct. If you have questions, be sure to ask them!

Building Process: Construction

Section 5

Let’s talk about construction! Learn about your construction schedule, how we begin to dig and pour foundation, how to safely visit your home site, your pre-drywall appointment, and much, much more!

Building Process: Celebration & Orientation

Section 6

The Eastbrook Homes Celebration and Orientation is our way of congratulating you on your hard work and dedication to creating a home that fits your individual needs and personality. We are overjoyed to share in your success as your home building partners and look forward to this day from the very start of your project. It’s almost time to hand over the keys!


Interactive Home Building Guide

Building your dream home can be one of the most exciting journeys of your life. It can also be pretty overwhelming, with important decisions to make, plans to establish, and budgets to consider. This Eastbrook Homes Building Guide is designed to help you formulate a clear picture of your dream home while allowing you space to discover new and exciting options within your budget.

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Building New

with Sarah

New beginnings sit at the heart of Sarah’s Building Journey. Join her on the search for space, comfort, and community. Follow along with each episode as we gain an inside look into Sarah’s design process and priorities as she creates the perfect space for her and her family.

Building New

with the Jackson’s

Follow Aimee & Rob’s building journey as they choose their dream home site, watch their home get framed, tour their home at drywall, and beyond. Start at the beginning with episode one of “Building New with the Jackson’s”!

Building New

with Danny & Miles

Danny and Miles experienced many life changes all at once: a new job, new baby, and now, a new house! As they navigate all of this changes, they needed a builder they could trust to guide them through the process. See their home come to life in “Building New with Danny & Miles”!

Published on 30/12/2021

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