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Builder Financing Offered for New Home Construction in Williamsburg, VA

Kimberly Builders, Inc. is proud to announce that we now offer a Builder Financing Program.  We will help you find a lot if you don’t already have one, or you can select from our lot inventory. No more need for you to obtain a construction loan to build your new home!  We will purchase your lot and build your new home, providing all of the financing and taking the worry and stress out of the process. Our program only has (2) requirements:

  1. Provide Kimberly Builders, Inc. a pre-qualification letter from your lending institution that is acceptable to us and our lenders.
  2. Make a payment of 20% of the cost of the house and lot, plus the current rate we are charging for the financing costs (this will be applied to your closing upon completion of your new home).

Our current rate is 7.5% for financing. If for any reason you don’t finalize the purchase of your new home upon completion, your payment is not refunded. It’s as easy as that.
Call (757) 880-9321 and ask for Kim to schedule your appointment!

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Master Bath reno in Ford’s Colony for Carl and Judy

I had a blast helping Carl and Judy update and reconfigure their master bathroom.   The double vanity and tower existing was great, no need to do anything to this side of the bathroom.  Their issue was a small fiberglass steam shower that wasn’t comfortable for Carl. Also the loss of space with the steam motor in the linen closet adjacent to the shower was a huge waste of space.  The jetted tub looked a bit dated and the whole right side of the bathroom needed to go! So here are some before pics to give you the idea of what they had and some afters to show what can be done to capture wasted space and turn it into a luxurious have of rest and spa-like atmosphere. Professional pics will follow of the full spa walk in shower with body sprays, rain-head shower-head , multi-functional shower-head, bench with handheld shower wand. The existing floor remains and a stone and glass transition was added to marry the new floor to the existing.  Notice the new porcelain tile is a bit darker to help offset the stylish free standing “Lyndsey” acrylic soaker. We also placed a stone mosaic as a focal point centered in the shower at the glass panel.

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The walls are up and roof trusses are being set

It’s so exciting to see the construction taking shape and starting to look like a house.  The walls are built and the roof trusses were delivered on Tuesday morning.  It took a bit longer than desired for the crane to get to the job to help with setting the trusses.  I understand that several crane companies have some of their rigs in North Carolina to help with clean up from the storm damage, so I am grateful to have gotten such a quick response on the provided crane!