Parker Builders, Inc.


Andy Parker, Cheif Design Officer of Parker Builders, Inc.

Andy Parker, the chief design officer of Parker Builders, Inc. graduated from Clemson University in 2000 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. During his course of study, Andy gained knowledge in Design Fundamentals, Art and Architectural History, Computer Aided Design (CAD) and AutoCAD, to name a few. He also attended the University of Bristol in Bristol, England, by participating in a study abroad program. While there, his course of study included computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM).

At Parker Builders we take pride in our ability to meet the needs and wants of our clients. This is achieved not only by quality construction, but also by our custom design capabilities.

We can design a home to accommodate your lifestyle and your budget. Combining style and function, we work closely with you in designing a truly custom home.

Before our initial meeting, we will visit the building site and review any existing plat(s) containing the site's topography. This allows us to incorporate actual site conditions into your design. We then sit down with you to gather your personal thoughts and ideas. Our clients often provide us with sketches and pictures to gain a better understanding of the home’s style and what they are looking for. A preliminary plan is drawn up using the information gathered from the site review and our initial meeting. Once this preliminary plan is agreed upon, we work with you in making revisions and fine tuning the layout to produce a complete set of construction drawings.

Parker Builders. Inc custom blueprint

When designing a home, many factors are taken into consideration. One design concept to be considered is “Living in Place Longer” which enables a retired couple to live at home longer. For example: the elevation of the home can be set to allow for at least one handicap access; interior doors can be sized to accommodate a wheelchair; showers can be designed as a walk-in or roll-in without barriers or thresholds. Kitchen and island cabinets can be designed for rollup access and reinforced blocking can be installed during construction in order to accommodate future installation of grab bars. The key to reducing cost is to evaluate opportunities as early as possible in the design process.

Our ultimate goal is to design a home inspired by your personal style and tastes that, when built, will exceed all of your expectations.

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