Timeless Design. Quality Craftsmanship. Inspired Customer Service.
When you’re building your dream home, you need a builder you can count on. David Weekley Homes has over three decades of experience building quality homes and a great reputation to back it up. With countless details and thousands of steps involved in building a new home, you need someone you can trust. You can count on David Weekley Homes to make the process of building your new home easy.
Designing Your New Home
From the perfect floor plan to the color of your gourmet kitchen, we’re here to help you design your home to fit your style and budget. Read More...
Choosing a floor plan for your dream home can be one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. Do you want a 2- or 3-car garage? Do the kids need a Retreat or should that be a hobby room? Our experts are here to help you put together the right floor plan with the right options for your family. With the flexibility to change and add features as you see fit, David Weekley Homes gives you hundreds of ways to personalize your new home.Plan Customization
In addition to our hundreds of unique floor plans, a David Weekley Homes Build on Your Lot professional can help you take that “almost perfect” plan and customize it to fit your individual needs. Nothing is more important to us than Customer Satisfaction and nothing makes us happier than seeing a Homebuyer’s dream home become reality with a few design changes.See for Yourself – Tour a Model Home
Many custom builders will try to dazzle you with blueprints and renderings, but there’s nothing like being able to touch, feel and experience a floor plan yourself. David Weekley Homes has model homes built for you to tour, so you can enjoy all of our beautiful design features firsthand.David Weekley Homes Design Center
From elegant flooring and attractive cabinetry to versatile countertops and dependable appliances, the David Weekley Homes Design Center in Jacksonville is bursting at the seams with thousands of Custom Choices™. Don’t worry about being overwhelmed – our Design Consultants will work with you to coordinate and create something that specifically suits your lifestyle. (hide)
Preparing to Build Your New Home
From simple to complex, building a new home has many stages. We’ll walk you through the process one step at a time. Read More...
Not all soils are created equal. Soil quality is critical to building a strong foundation for any home. At David Weekley Homes, we know it’s important to give your homesite a valid soil test and inspection prior to building your dream home.Land Survey
Before starting the home building process, we survey your homesite to account for the relative positions or locations of terrain features and real property boundaries. A professional survey of your land will determine property limits, as well as the location of the house, garage and other features.Tree Survey
We provide a tree survey to gain useful information about the existing trees on your property, such as the species, physical measurement, ages, overall health and life expectancy. Information like this helps our experts make informed decisions about which trees we can keep and which ones are potential problems.Existing Structure Demolition
David Weekley Homes Build on Your Lot program offers demolition services of an existing structure. From securing the necessary permits to debris removal, we will pave the way to begin building the home of your dreams.HVAC Design
Depending on your situation, region and needs, you can choose from heating systems running on either gas or oil as fuel, or a hybrid packaged system that can use both fuel types. Our HVAC suppliers have the answers to those questions and are experts in equipping your home with the right unit.Fixed Pricing at Construction Start
We want your home building experience to be free of surprises – especially when it comes to pricing. At David Weekley Homes, we offer fixed pricing from the start, so there isn't any question about how much you will pay to close on your new home. We explain the total cost before you sign on the dotted line, eliminating any unforeseen “Oh no!” moments later.Preferred Lender
We have relationships with Preferred Lenders to assists our Homebuyers with their home financing needs. A Loan Officer at our Preferred Lenders can work with you to determine the best financing options for your specific situation, and they can guide you through the entire process. For those interested, David Weekley Homes also accepts cash contracts. (hide)
Building Your Home
Time to make your dream home a reality! From foundation to final inspection, we want you to enjoy the process of building your new home. Read More...
Building a new home can be a daunting task. Our Personal Builder℠ program gives you one-on-one contact with the person directly responsible for building your home. Depending on the construction stage of your Build on Your Lot home, you’ll meet up to four times with your Personal Builder: at foundation, framing, drywall and final walk-through. We strive to make your homebuilding experience as painless as possible and we’re not satisfied until you are.MyDWHome.com
Want to keep up with your home’s progress at anytime? When you sign your contract, you will be given access to your buyer website, MyDWHome.com – a resource for your new home. We give you the ability to access valuable information about your new home anytime.Inspections
Your home must pass inspections from the city to progress to the next building stage, but it has to pass our third-party inspectors first. David Weekley Homes has professional, third-party inspections performed on the foundation, framing and mechanical systems, all plumbing systems and all energy components to ensure that your home has met all the necessary standards. In addition, our energy-efficient EnergySaver™ homes under go even more inspections, specifically designed and monitored by Environments For Living®.Utility Hookups
One of the great things about building a home through David Weekley Homes Build on Your Lot program is that we take care of everything for you – from land surveys to your utility connections. Rest assured that when you’re ready to move in, your home will be ready for you too.Landscaping
Building a beautiful home is only part of the equation; we think it is important to accent your new home with flowers, bushes, trees and maybe even a water feature, like a fountain, to enhance your home’s beauty. David Weekley Homes offers landscaping services to round out your home’s curb appeal.Plat of New Home on Property
We want you to have all of the information about your land, so we provide each and every new David Weekley Homeowner with a home location survey plat. In addition to understanding where your home will be placed on your land, this survey is required for many zoning approvals, and shows all property lines and existing structures on your land drawn to scale.Swift Construction and Delivery
Throughout each stage of construction, we keep you informed to ensure that you’re aware of where your home is in the process and that we deliver it in a timely manner. Tools such as your Personal Builder and MyDWHome.com allow you to check in on the building process at anytime, making sure you’re always in the know. (hide)
Living in Your New Home
The most important part of our relationship with Homebuyers comes after they’ve moved in. Read More...
At David Weekley Homes, we know what happens after closing is the most important stage of our relationship. If you can’t depend on us to stand behind our work, we’ll never have another opportunity to work with you. That’s why we’ve dedicated an entire department to our industry-leading, multi-level, in-house warranty program. During the first year you’re covered by our one-year limited warranty, plus the appliance manufacturers’ warranties. Our two-year mechanical systems warranty covers plumbing, electrical, central air conditioning and heating systems. Your peace of mind is what matters most - with David Weekley Homes, you’re not forgotten after construction is finished. Our skilled Warranty Service Team is available to help you resolve construction or maintenance issues that might arise. (hide)