With more than 19 years of experience in new home construction, Ryan Custom Homes owner David Perry is highly experienced and will build your new home to the very highest standards in the industry. In addition, David personally oversees the construction of each Ryan Custom Home. Many builders hire young and often inexperienced project managers to oversee construction. By personally overseeing each aspect of construction himself, David ensures things are done right the first time.
Based on the design of the home and an independent soils test, a structural engineer will recommend the best type of foundation for the home. Most Ryan Custom homes have a standard post tension foundation. Ryan Custom Homes also supplements post tension foundations with additional steel reinforcement. An independent structural engineer designs the foundation to ensure proper beam depth or steel or post tension cable size, based on soil conditions. The foundation is inspected by a third-party, independent inspector to ensure it has been constructed to the design. The independent inspector stays on site while the concrete is placed to monitor the consistency and temperature. Two weeks later, the inspector returns to verify that the cables were properly tensioned by checking the elongations on the cables.
Ryan Custom Homes are framed on-site as opposed to being prefabricated. This on-site attention provides flexibility to customize and maximize the space and shape of each home. Ryan Custom Homes use high-quality framing materials such as fir studs, engineered floor trusses, and engineered support headers and beams. In addition, the subfloor is both glued and screwed down to eliminate popping, providing a more silent floor system. When complete, each Ryan Custom Home frame is reviewed by an third-party, independent engineering inspection firm.
Ryan Custom Homes use premium roofing, with a 30-year warranty, high wind capacity and is mildew resistant. The roof decking on Ryan Custom Homes is a Louisiana Pacific Tech Shield radiant barrier. This radiant barrier material keeps attics an average of 20 to 25 degrees cooler, which creates a significant savings on utility bills.
Ryan Custom Homes predominantly uses masonry materials on the exterior of homes, including brick, stucco, and stone. On the minimal areas which are non-masonry including eves and soffits, Ryan Custom Homes uses James Hardie material. This material has a 50-year manufacturer’s warranty against rotting, warping, and termites. Air
Ryan Custom Homes uses top-of-the-line Carrier heating and air conditioning systems with a digital thermostat. The number of systems is determined by the size of the home, however, all Ryan Custom Homes two-story homes have two separate A/C systems. This system includes an 80% or greater efficient gas furnace with a stainless steel heat exchanger. Ryan Custom Homes also have equalization ducts in the bedrooms to ensure round-the-clock comfort without having bedroom doors open all the time.
Ryan Custom Homes uses fiberglass batt and blown
- R-13 in all exterior walls
- R-22 in sloped ceilings
- R-30 blown in flat ceilings
- R-13 in garage common walls
- Tongue and Groove R-3 Dow board
- Polycell foam used around pipes and wires, doors, windows, and plates to keep hot areas out of walls
- A mastic or hard cast form is used to seal all supply ducts and air returns
- R-6 foil ducts to help insulate the air flowing through them. Continuous Soffit Vents and Ridge Vents
Ryan Custom Homes used James Hardie continuous perforated soffit vents, which provide more air flow through the attic and out the ridge vent. This gets hot air out of the attic and is more effective than a wind turbine or power vent.
Ryan Custom Homes use the BF Goodrich FlowGuard Gold Plumbing system. The advantages of this over traditional copper pipe include better energy efficiency since superior heat retention saves money on hot water heating costs, four times quieter than copper, no contamination to drinking water, and no corrosion or scale build up like metal pipes. All baths in Ryan Custom Homes have pressure balance valves to regulate water temperature. All pipes on exterior walls and in the attic are insulated with foam sheathing to prevent freezing and regulate the consistency of the water temperature.
All Ryan Custom Homes have hand-textured walls and ceilings. The interior features of Ryan Custom Homes have unique characteristics due to the extensive use of rounded sheetrock corners, arched openings, sculptured ceiling treatments and decorative art niches. Ryan Custom Homes uses only high-quality, easy-to-clean interior paint. The unique sheetrock work combined with a two-tone paint scheme provides a truly custom look.
You will also find designer lighting fixtures; climate controlled master suite closets; extra rods with shelves above in master closets; fully operational alarm systems; Jenn Air appliances; elongated commodes; designer ceramic tile in entry, breakfast, kitchen, utility, and secondary baths.
Doors, Cabinets and Trim
Ryan Custom Homes include a decorative mahogany with leaded glass inserts entry door. You’ll find impressive base board and door casings in Ryan Custom Homes, as well as extensive crown mouldings and chair rail in formal dining areas. Cabinets in Ryan Custom Homes are field measured and shop built to ensure high-quality construction and most efficient use of space.
Ryan Custom Homes has an established policy to deliver homes when they are 100% complete. Good communication and customer service are a priority. During the building process, there are four scheduled meetings: pre-construction, pre-cover up, initial conveyance, and final conveyance.
Ryan Custom Homes offers an exceptional customer service program with your home. The company automatically schedules a 12-month post move-in walk-through with home owners. Ryan Custom Homes is proactive in ensuring your satisfaction in your new home.
Prices, plans, dimensions, features, specifications, materials, building procedures and availability of homes or communities are subject to change without notice or obligation.