What do you do with several old barns? Repurpose them, of course!
That's what we're doing at Cornwell Farms to make way for 28 new homes.
As the barns are dismantled, we're salvaging the wood so that it can be incorporated into the new homes as architectural features. Old barn wood makes beautiful mantels and beams!
At Ann Arbor Builders, we're celebrating more than the start of the new year. We're celebrating our 45th anniversary! And we can't help reminiscing about how far we've come in all these years.
Says owner Alex de Parry, "We've certainly seen trends in housing change, but more importantly, we think back with great appreciation on all the wonderful people who have helped us to grow."
All of us at Ann Arbor Builders thank our clients, our contractors and our staff for helping to make 2014 a great year.
We wish all of you Happy Holidays!
Today, Glazier Woods is an idyllic setting for new homes, but the site – located just off Glazier Way - was once a welcome refuge for weary travelers who were escaping the tyranny of slavery.
It’s no wonder, then, that I often stand there and think, “If only this land could talk,” for few building sites have such an historically significant story to tell.
It’s no surprise that we think new homes have lots of advantages over existing ones – after all, Ann Arbor Builders has been building homes for over 40 years. But the advantages of building a new home aren’t just our opinion. Here are a few good reasons: