Fisher Custom Homes is an Arizona Custom Luxury Home Builder that specializes in the North Scottsdale and Paradise Valley areas. Partnered up with AKA Architecture, we are a unique and highly effective design/build team. Proven success is the driving force of the joined efforts of Fisher Custom Homes and AKA Architecture. Our clients work directly with the principals who offer their decades of experience and knowledge. Combining architect and homebuilder into one package allows clients to deal with the same individuals throughout the entire process. This streamlines communication, taking the information from the homeowner and transforming those words and ideas into reality. We interpret your design dreams and incorporate them into beautiful yet efficient floor plans, with the utilization of our professionally licensed design team and professional building staff. Our team’s construction and design experience spans over 100 years with work across the United States: from Hawaii to the Rocky Mountains to Arizona. We are members of the National Association of Home Builders, Better Business Bureau and American Institute of Architects. We are a preferred homebuilder in Silverleaf, Estancia, Desert Mountain, Talking Rock, Desert Highlands, Troon, and DC Ranch, to name a few. We are a certified green homebuilder in Scottsdale and Paradise Valley.
We continue working on this Paradise Valley Luxury Fisher Custom Home with the last of the windows being delivered and installed at the back of the house. The white material on the house is Tyvek wrap for weatherproofing. Now it is ready for the lath which is wiring and underlayment before applying the exterior stucco. Inside the home, insulation will soon be installed followed by drywall. Then the stucco will be applied over the Tyvek wrap and lath.
Site work is in progress with the house pad grading ready to begin at this North Scottsdale Custom Home in DC Ranch. The large, steep home site has taken months to excavate in preparation to begin the house pad. This rocky house site has elicited the need for extensive grading and excavation. Grading equipment is still on site, digging culverts to set large drain pipes which have been laid. The driveway inlet peaks out of the ground. Concrete boxes will be built too for catch basins. The mounds of dirt and earth that have been piled high on site are now dissipating as it is being used for backfill and exported from the site.