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New Home Construction

When it comes to new home construction, the options and styles for custom home floor plan are endless! Building a new home is an exciting endeavor and our custom home builders of Tampa Bay want you to enjoy the process.

Imagine living in a home made just for you, every feature and accent reflecting your unique taste and lifestyle. Such a place, often called a custom home, carries more than just architectural appeal—it embodies your personal narrative, your essence. But the journey to a custom home isn’t just about building walls and installing fixtures; it’s a transformative experience that begins with a blank slate and ends with a profoundly personal space.

What is A Custom Built Home?

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A custom built home is a type of residence designed and constructed specifically for an individual or family. Unlike traditional mass-produced homes, which follow standardized plans and layouts, custom homes are tailor-made to meet the unique needs and preferences of the homeowner. Building a custom home involves working closely with designers and builders to create a truly personalized living space.

When it comes to your new home construction, we want you, our client, to be as involved as possible in the project. We will take your vision, and turn it into a reality while Exceeding Expectations.

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Benefits of Custom Home Construction



The most obvious benefit of building a custom home is the ability to personalize every aspect of your living space according to your preferences. Everything can be customized to suit your taste and lifestyle, from layout and design to materials and finishes.



With a custom home, you have the opportunity to design spaces that are functional and tailored to your needs. This means you can create a home office, a workout room, or any other type of space that will enhance your daily life.



Custom homes often use higher-quality materials and have superior craftsmanship compared to mass-produced homes. This not only ensures durability but also adds value to your property in the long run.



Custom homes can be built with energy efficiency in mind, resulting in lower utility bills and a smaller carbon footprint. You can incorporate green features like solar panels, energy-efficient appliances, and smart home technology.



Building a custom home is significant, but it offers long-term financial benefits. A well-designed and constructed custom home will continue to appreciate in value, making it a smart investment for the future.

The Process for New Home Construction


1. Building A Budget

In your initial consultation, our residential contractor will help you determine your desired home’s size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, location of home and style of home. These are key components in building your new home construction budget.

3. Finding The Lot

If you have yet to find the lot of land for you new home construction, we will get you connected with our preferred realtor to guide you through the process to find the perfect price range and neighborhood that fits your family’s needs.

4. Floor Plan Design

You sit down with our architect to determine actual house plans and floor layout. Room sizes, elevation style, and your wish list for the home will be discussed. This process can take some time, however, the attention detail put in now makes the home building process smoother.

6. Engineered Plans

Once plans are signed off as completed they will go to our engineer for approval. Now your plans are ready for permitting. This process is handled by the county and may take some time to come back. During this period, some site work may be done to keep the process going.

7. Construction Phase

This is the time that your choices made earlier in the process are ordered and scheduled for delivery. Our subcontractors will be scheduled as needed to go over fine details such as outlet, cable and light locations. We pride ourselves on making the actual building of your custom home as enjoyable as possible.

8. It's Time to Move Into Your New Custom Home

After the final walk through, its time to move into your new construction home!

Onsite Construction: Choose the Best Custom Home Builder

The key to a successful custom home project is partnering with Onsite Construction. Our team combines experience, expertise, and a commitment to understanding your vision and bringing it to life within your budget. Choose Onsite Construction for a builder that values communication, transparency, and a personalized approach. With a strong portfolio, stellar references, and top credentials, we ensure your needs and expectations are met. Trust Onsite Construction for your custom home build!

Building a custom home isn't just about constructing a building; it's about constructing the next chapter of your life. Your home should be a sanctuary, a reflection of your identity, and a catalyst for the memories you'll create.

The custom home construction process is robust and multifaceted. It takes vision, patience, and the right team to see it through. Yet, at its core, this process is profoundly rewarding. Your custom home will be more than just a structure; it will be a living testament to your unique journey.

Your dreams are about to take shape, with each brick and beam reflecting the heart of the story you're about to live. Welcome home—to the home you've always imagined.

Ready to transform your dream into a reality with Onsite Construction? Reach out to us today, and let our experts guide you in crafting the sanctuary that resonates with your personal story. Contact Onsite Construction, and take the first step toward the custom home you've always envisioned.


"For a house to be successful, the objects in it must communicate with one another, respond and balance one another"


Make Yourself at Home

Your home is just that, yours. Once you have the dream location, you need the custom dream home to match. Onsite Construction in Tampa, FL has experience to build your new home. Get ready for your last change of address!

Custom Home Construction FAQs

Onsite Construction never starts with any base, stock or ‘cookie-cutter’ type of floor plans regardless of whether our clients choose a full custom home build or curated custom home build. We have found that our clients really appreciate having a custom home tailored for their specific lot and around their family’s unique lifestyle. Being able to start designing on a ‘blank canvas’ allows the architect/plan designer the artistic freedom to accentuate the positives and mitigates whatever negatives there may be in regards to the homesite’s surroundings such as views, streets, neighbors, etc. Schedule a Consultation

It is important to talk to your builder about how the size of your home (both living and nonliving square feet) will affect your overall cost to build. While we don’t necessarily have a square footage minimum or maximum, most of our homes range between 2,500 and 6,000 square feet.

We very well might ask YOU the same question. There are hundreds of variables at play affecting cost when designing and building a new home. Because of this, we don’t have a set price per square foot that we charge. Instead, we work closely with you from the start to determine how to get the most out of your budget. Our highly-skilled and trained team members are taking a value-engineering approach from the onset of the design phase. At any budget level, this approach ensures you are getting the most important features in your new home all while respecting your stated budget goals.

A “Curated Custom Home” at Onsite Construction is probably better referenced to as an “Affordable Custom Home”. Most semi-custom builders are requiring the customer to start the process by choosing from a handful of stock floor plans. Then the customer is required to make their design choices from the builder’s predefined choices. With Onsite Construction, however, we start with a brand new truly custom design for each and every one of our homes. Our curated custom home clients enjoy making the majority of their design choices with one of our preferred interior designers and architects. Also, a curated custom home built by Onsite Construction will, on average, take a couple months less to build than our custom homes.

Value engineering means continuously looking for ways to lower overall project costs while keeping the features our Onsite Construction clients really want. An experienced and professional builder, such as Onsite Construction, who knows how to value-engineer may suggest changing the floor plans and elevations, or using different materials in specific areas. It’s one of the main reasons why you should choose a builder before starting the design process and have them involved from the very beginning of plan design.

At Onsite Construction, a Pre-Construction Services Agreement is a document used to establish a method for providing our clients with a real achievable “plan” for their new construction project and not just a typical “bid.” Upon completion of the Pre-Construction portion of the project, our clients will be equipped with detailed architectural plans, structural plans developed by a State of Florida licensed Engineer, a geotechnical investigation and summary of the soils on their property, boundary and topographical surveys, elevation certificate (if applicable), Homeowners Association Architectural approval (if applicable) and a detailed list of specifications and allowances for their new home… all within their predetermined desired budget goals. In addition to all the previous items, our clients will also have the rest of the documents necessary to obtain a city permit for their project.

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The short answer is no…visit with us first.  While all of our homes are truly one-of-a-kind and have been custom designed by talented Architects and Plan Designers, our most successful projects are those in which we’re involved in the plan development from the very beginning. We’re able to provide valuable information throughout the design process regarding building costs and constructability. We work with some very talented Architects and Plan Designers, but it truly pays to have a builder in the room making sure you’re designing a home that can and will be built within your stated budget. We are there to value-engineer the project, quite literally, with every stroke of the Architect’s pen. This beats designing a home on your own only to find out many months and many thousands of dollars later, that it’s going to cost way more than you wanted to spend. We’ve seen that happen way too many times.

While outside designers are certainly always welcome, Onsite Construction provides the guidance and consultation of an experienced Interior Designer to help you make all your design choices from start to finish.

We frankly and intentionally don’t have a standard features list. An Onsite Construction client will have the flexibility and opportunity to make choices not only regarding the design, fixtures, and finishes of their home but also in many other areas throughout the project (i.e. framing specifications, windows, insulation, HVAC specifications, etc.). We will educate and guide you along the way letting you know the benefits and costs associated with all your available choices. This approach is what allows our delighted clients to truly experience what it means to build a custom home.

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There are several variables affecting the construction timeline when building a new home… weather, material and labor availability, customer changes, geography, etc. In most instances, however, our curated custom homes take an average of eight to ten months to build and our custom homes are in the ten to fourteen-month range.

We take a true team approach to building our one-of-a-kind homes at Onsite Construction. Each team member plays a very important role in the construction of your new Onsite Construction home. An Onsite Construction client will interact with a handful of our dedicated team members at various stages of your project. Once the project enters the actual construction phase, you will be visiting mostly with one of Onsite Construction’s highly-skilled and experienced Project Managers. Schedule a Consultation

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