In early 2017, Paula and I decided to look for a new home, one that would fit our retirement plans. In early summer of 2017 we had the chance to look at a K&L model home (1107 Community Loop) and immediately decided that this was the type of home we would like to have. There were no steps, which was very appealing to us. Also, the workmanship from floor to ceiling was outstanding.
We made an appointment with the President of K&L Homes, Chad Moldenhauer. Chad was very friendly and answered our questions in a professional way. We also met with Chad's office manager, Michelle Holly, who was also very helpful in our early planning stages. In July, we decided on a home plan.
We were very diligent in using co-construct, a user-friendly and fantastic tool that helped us tremendously and gave us a front row seat as our home was being built. We suggest to anyone building a home through Chad's company to use co-construct, but make your building choices as early as possible. This allows you time if you decide to make changes during construction. Co-construct also provided us with an up-to-the-minute cost analysis of the home.
We would like to thank some of the staff of K&L for all their help and needed information. We had the opportunity to meet the lead foremen, Clint Miller, early in the process. Jonathan was a gem to work with, providing us with some good ideas. His two helpers, Jeremy and Shawn were also very friendly and helpful, as well as the staff that did the interior painting. We were also impressed with the maintenance person, Ryan, and feel confident in his ability. Sorry if we missed anyone; just can't remember all the names.
Again, thanks to everyone, especially Chad and Michelle in allowing us to get into our dream home!