The Latest Addition to our 2015 Summer Deck Series,

Here’s the latest addition to our 2015 summer deck series.  Built of treated lumber with black aluminum balusters this 440 sq. ft. 3 level deck with 10′ x 10′ gazebo is located in Liberty Township, Ohio. There’s still plenty of time to enjoy a new deck this year. If you’re interested in a new Deck, Kitchen or Bath Remodel, Finished Basement or Custom-Built Home please give us a call for a free estimate.

Serving Ross Township, Oxford, Hamilton, Trenton, Fairfield, Fairfield Township, West Chester, Liberty Township, Butler County and portions of warren and Hamilton Counties

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There’s still plenty of time to enjoy a new deck this Summer and Fall!

IMG_4133There are many factors to consider when determining your budget for a new deck. The more elaborate deck design and the choice of materials will increase the cost of the project.
Our cost for a professionally built pressure-treated wood deck starts at about $18 per square foot including materials. The cost for an elaborately built deck using costly hardwoods or composite materials can run about $35 per square foot.
A new deck can expand the outdoor living space to your home and can also increase your homes value. Decks are consistently one of the improvements you can add to your home that will increase its value.
If you’re considering building a new deck in the near future please give us a call for a free estimate.
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Serving Butler County, Warren County, Clermont County and Hamilton County Ohio

 

Interested in following along as we build our next new custom home?

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If so, please be our guest and follow along as we share the step-by-step process of building a new custom home on our blog. We recently started our next build in Batavia Ohio on the east side of Cincinnati. An existing turn-of-the-century home beyond repair was used as a controlled burn by the fire department then the debris’s were hauled away. 

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First up we had the new house location staked off then the basement, garage and porch areas were excavated. Prior to the dig our excavator scraped off all the topsoil and placed it in a pile to redistribute during the final grade. After the excavating our foundation crew installed the footers that will support the foundation and house walls. 

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After the footers we installed perforated 4″ flexible drain tile pipe inside and outside of the footers with additional pipe going through the footers every 10′or so. The drain tile is hooked up to a crock which will eventually hold a sump pump in order to remove any groundwater from around the footers. This lot also accommodated a gravity drain which was hooked up to the drain tile and allows water to move downhill by gravity and away from the foundation.  The drain tile pipe will then be covered over by gravel and ready for the foundation walls to be installed.

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Considering Building a New Home in Butler County

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Considering Building a New Home:  We understand that searching for just the right builder to construct your new home is difficult and we’d like to assist in making the decision easier. You deserve a home that works for you in every way, including size, style, amenities, and maintenance while being cost-effective. Just as important, your home should provide a safe, healthy, comfortable and sustainable environment for your family …unfortunately, not all homes do that. At Burnett Builders we understand that the more you know about how a home truly works, about energy efficiencies, healthy products, and exceptional building methods, the more you will realize that a Burnett Builders Home isn’t just a decision to Choose Right, it’s a choice to Live Right. Please check out some of our home plans at BurnettBuilders.com

Serving Ross, Shandon, Millville, Oxford, Trenton, Fairfield, Fairfield Township, Hamilton, West Chester, Liberty Township, Monroe,  Colerain Township, White Oak, Butler County, Hamilton County Ohio. Butler County Home Builder.

Thinking about moving to Ross Ohio?

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Ross Trails

This rural subdivision comprises a total of 365 acres and is scheduled to be completely built over the next 5 years.  Sitting on the old Ross Trails Girl Scout Camp, Ross Trails takes up the original 311 acre camp and has been expanded with surrounding land over the years to make up the subdivision you see today. The rolling hills and mature, forest-like landscaping make this a truly beautiful place to call home.

Sections one through four are almost complete and have only taken up about 100 acres. This leaves plenty of space for you and your family! Section 4 lots are available for purchase now and future lots are already being planned out. Like Dry Run Estates has been, this land is in an excellent community and should be a great investment.

Check out Ross Local Schools  http://www.rossrams.com

2013 – 2014 School Report Card

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Burnett Builders is a local Ross Builder that has built many new homes in Ross Trails and throughout Butler County.

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Serving Ross, Fairfield, Fairfield Township, Hamilton, West Chester, Liberty Township, Colerain Township, White Oak, most of Hamilton county and Butler County Ohio

Basement Remodeling

Thinking of Finishing your Basement? Although finishing your basement is a large investment, it can add much-needed square footage to your home, which helps as your family grows and needs more room. Adding extra space also ups the overall resell value; when it comes time to sell your home, it will appeal to more buyers and lead to a higher market price. Depending on your family’s needs, it can be your playroom, game room, media room, home bar, storage space or family room — or all of the above. Please give us a call for a free finished basement quote.

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Serving Ross, Fairfield, Fairfield Township, Hamilton, West Chester, Liberty Township, Colerain Township, White Oak, most of Hamilton county and Butler County Ohio