We wanted to thank all of you for your continued interest in Blu Homes, and if you have been waiting for the right time, we would love to set up a time to chat about your land and the possibilities of building with us this year in the fresh new decade that has begun!
If you are a landowner in California and are curious about what it will take to build on your land, you are in luck! We have resources to help you get answers, and the first step is a couple of clicks away.
One of the most commonly asked questions we get is "What is the cost breakdown of building a Blu Home start to finish?" The answer to this isn't always simple, as factors in building can vary so dramatically parcel to parcel.
When looking to build a Blu Home, many people think they need to find a piece of raw land to develop on to save on costs and stay in budget, but here are some reasons why a teardown property is a great option as well! In this short article, we breakdown the basics of the benefits of both buying
Let the sun shine... and for a short time, it’s truly free!
Blu Homes Team
September 25, 2019
Starting January 1st 2020, in accordance with California’s “Net Zero Energy” mandate, all new home builds are required to have a solar panel system on the home. For the last ten years, Blu Homes has been a leader in energy-efficient premium prefab homes.
It’s been said that when it comes to building, you need to choose between speed and quality. Well, what if you could have both? Who doesn’t like win-win situations? With Blu Homes we have designed our products and process to achieve just that... win-win baby!
As one of the most innovative prefab home designers over the past decade, the Blu Homes’ Buzz continues as we launch our most affordable product yet! The Mid-Century Modern design of the Origin1900 combines beauty and function with and open floorplan and premium design elements.
As I drive through the backroads of Glen Ellen, California, the signs of rebirth, rebuilding and reawakening are everywhere. From the buzz of saws to the roar of tractors, the scene is both chaotic and cathartic.