Wheaton, IL, February 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Three refreshing new home designs are now available courtesy of West Chicago-based Airhart Construction at select new home communities.
“These Modern Series homes are inspired by the international forms that debuted in the 1930s, namely from architects such as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier, pioneers in modern design,” said Court Airhart president of Airhart Construction. “The Modern homes can be built at certain Airhart locations and are also ideal for in-fill teardown sites. The designs lend themselves well to the smaller lots found close to town centers.
The interiors have great open spaces providing a myriad of furniture plan options, helping to meet the living and entertaining needs of the of the modern homebuyer. The unique exteriors present the buyer the exciting opportunity to participate through their own artistic expression in the discreet use of color, form, balance and texture. Windows are placed in a way that not only give interesting form to the exterior design, but add to the home’s interior feeling of spaciousness through the careful consideration of exterior views through the windows.
“By creating intriguing, flexible space with our new designs, our architects bring the urban studio experience to the suburbs. To give our own architects the go-ahead to think so creatively has not only allowed the development of very exciting modern designs, but has also brought them to the market using the same process that has given our customers so much value over the last fifty years,” added Court Airhart. “That process, while working with our staff, allows the customer to be very much involved in the design of their new home, bringing a sense of achievement and real value to their experience.”
Low maintenance exterior materials used in the construction of the Modern Series include brick, natural wood design accents, stone, stucco, glass, Pella vinyl windows, and fiber cement surfaces. Interior features include bamboo, carpet and tile floors; modern millwork trims, cabinets, natural stone counters, stainless appliances and distinctive modern plumbing. The ceilings are varied in height. The homes are built with full basements and two car garages. Two home designs feature walk-in closets in all bedrooms and another offers a master bedroom suite on the first floor. Homes have three to four bedrooms and two and one-half to three and one-half baths and range in size from 1900 to 2700 square feet of living space.
Every Airhart Construction home is built to strict energy- efficiency standards, an independent energy audit that is third party certified is conducted on each home. This audit ensures every home built by Airhart Construction exceeds the most stringent specifications.
Additionally, All Airhart Modern Series homes feature 2 x 6 exterior wall construction, low-E windows, Nu-Wool Cellulose insulation. Upscale products, fine finishes and the attention to detail, with commitment to service has built Airhart’s solid reputation over the last 50 years.
To preview the Modern Series designs visit Airhart Construction at its Fisher Farm community, 1N578 Golf View Lane, in Winfield. Hours are Mondays through Thursday 10a.m. to 5p.m,. Saturdays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment. For information or to make an appointment, visit www.airhartconstruction.com or phone (630) 665-5700.
Over the last five decades, Airhart Construction has garnered a solid reputation for service and integrity while building homes of unsurpassed excellence. A family owned-and-operated home building business since 1964, Airhart Construction is an energy-conscious builder and has the energy efficiency of all homes third party certified. Airhart is currently offering custom and semi-custom residences at Fisher Farm in Winfield (Wheaton District 200 schools); Starcliff in Winfield; Radcliff Ridge in Lisle (Naperville District 203 schools); The Reserves of Prince Crossing Farm and Risch Court in West Chicago; and at Courthouse Square (townhomes), Mackenzie Place (townhomes), College Station (cottage homes), and Stoddard Avenue, all in Wheaton; and at Dana Park Estates in Oak Brook.