The process of building a new custom home is an exciting time, requiring many decisions. Regardless of where you are in this process, Tomas Ondra of Ondra Home Building, LLC welcomes the opportunity to be your guide. Ondra Home Building (OHB), LLC maintains strong relations with local realtors, architects, engineers, and local building departments. In addition, Tomas Ondra surpasses today’s market standard in the delivery of energy efficient, cost effective, and structurally sound homes.
Ondra Home Building, LLC a founded reputation of applying innovation to custom homes. In fact, Tomas Ondra, of OHB, LLC, along with local renowned designer, James Bozeman, of Today’s Homes of NW Florida constructed the First Certified Green Home in the City of Pensacola. Tomas has also built Earth Cents Certified Homes, issued by Gulf Power. Tomas Ondra continually looks for ways to improve upon custom homes, by delivering the most technologically advanced products and latest ideas on the market. This is clearly a “plus” to a new homeowner because applying new products and ideas to a custom build will reduce costs in overall home maintenance and deliver a structurally superior home. Over the lifetime of owning a home, it is a peace of mind to know your home is operating efficiently and offering a safe place to live for your family.
Selecting the right General Contractor is an important decision and a process that warrants careful consideration. There are several basic factors to consider when qualifying a Contractor, such as: valid State of Florida licensing, Better Business Bureau (BBB) rating, proper insurance coverage, and the availability of a builder reference list. All Contractors, licensed through the state, can be validated by visiting: www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr. The North West Florida BBB can be visited at nwfl.bbb.org, where free business ratings are available to consumers. References and proof of insurance coverage should be offered freely by a State Licensed Contractor, when a potential client inquires about these items.