Design-Build Specialists

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Marr Quality Homes

Designing your own custom home means getting ultimate control over your abode. Whether your wish list is a mile long or you are looking to downsize, the design process should yield exactly what you want. Marr Quality Homes is here to help you put every detail together and make the home-building process as stress-free as possible.



Traditional Home Builders
Marr Quality Homes Your Design Build Specialists

MDI is a design-build, self-performing construction company…let’s break that down:


Design-Build Specialists

Marr Quality Homes has an in-house architect and drafting professionals who can sit down with any client and design your dream home based on your specifications.  We can work with you on an existing plan or start from scratch to get you exactly what you want.  You may have a plan you found online and need to tweak it a bit to meet your needs, no problem, all that is done right here.  The main advantage to this is the design team and contractor work in unison so your design is seamless which leads to less time during construction and keeps you on budget. 


We will choose a team, plan your vision, and execute the process so when your design comes to life, it’s everything you imagined it would be.


Self-Performing Contracting

Unlike most traditional home builders who use subcontractors for each different trade, Marr Quality Homes is an all-inclusive self-performing design/build company.  The designer and contractors are all on the same team, as are all trades.  Marr Quality Homes, a division of Marr Development, has each individual trade in-house and we do not subcontract to anyone.  


This is a vital asset that allows us to control costs and the construction schedule.  We all know time is money and with a confirmed schedule for your project, we’ll get you moved in quickly without sacrificing quality or workmanship.  We use this method to obtain maximum success from start to finish which gets us to our main goal which is customer satisfaction.  Another advantage is; unless you change something, there are essentially no change orders.  Change orders are usually made by subcontractors, it’s their way to make more money, and we do not use them.  

Things to Remember When Shopping Floor Plans:

  • Not every floor plan fits your lifestyle. When looking at floor plans, remember to picture your own family in the space. Can you cook in that size kitchen? Is there enough home office space? Assess your lifestyle before choosing a floor plan. Do you like a single story or multistory home? Do you prefer an open floor plan or are individual rooms with partitions better?
  • Do not assume the sizes of rooms on a floor plan are adequate. We recommend that you measure your existing rooms and furniture before deciding on final sizes for a home. If you are not sure how large of a room you need, measure your existing furniture, tables and walking area to determine how much space you really need in your next floor plan, then add to it if you are trying to increase the amount of space in your next home.
  • Imagine your entertaining spaces fully occupied when deciding on a floor plan. For most homeowners dreaming of their ideal floor plan, they consider how nice it will be to have a few people over for drinks on the patio or entertaining friends and family during the holidays. Depending on your lifestyle, if you love to entertain, think about your home being fully occupied when planning the kitchen, dining room, and living room areas. This will ensure you plan room for mingling, eating, dancing, serving and of course walking through your home.
  • Location, Location… While you can modify your floor plan in the future, remember you cannot change the location. Do not make the mistake of falling in love with a floor plan and forgetting about the property and surroundings of your home. Keep your property’s views, location of the sun and neighbors in mind when determining the location of master bedrooms, outdoor patios, etc.
  • Remember storage space. It is understandable that homebuyers are more excited about their master bath than a linen closet. But do not underestimate the power of closets in your home design. Not only will they increase a home’s resale value, they will also help keep showpiece rooms much cleaner and more organized. Attics, storage cubbies and basements all need consideration when planning a house to ensure there is adequate space to hide birthday presents and store holiday decorations.