Don't know if we can ride this wave of good luck forever, but we definitely used to deflationary pressures of the Great Recession to position ourselves for the next uptick, and it should keep the 'competition' in the distance.
Gary and Nikki, the future owners of Barn III, are coming up to check out the serious progress at Barn III. Cedar shake siding turns this Barn into something pretty fancy - add on the screened-in back porch and the dog run we plan and building and whoa, ride 'em cowboy.
Spray foam insulation, and big open spaces. Like I've mentioned before, our homes are the greenest out there - I would pit their performance side by side with any home being built out there. Gentlemen, start your engines.
Our organic-based soy spray foam is standard in our homes and ranks us among the few builders who consider such upgrades standard.
The sheetrock phase has begun.
As Mr. Mitchell, whose been building in Washington DC for a few decades, said a few weeks back - development, design & construction really is a 'communication business'.
1300 sq ft of highbrow modesty.
And the Mitchell farmhouse on 20 acres - big by our standard measurements, but about standard for America's sq ft yardstick. We are flying on this one -
A lot of things get in our way - but nothing stops us, or for that matter, nothing really even slows us down.
Barn Fest at the Ramsey Farm in Lew Beach tonight.