Our Building Process

Building Process
David Dulay Homes can assist you with the entire process of building your new home, providing turnkey completion. We can also provide the home only. After meeting at our Model Home and Design Center to finalize your plans, we head out to your site to bring the floor plan to life.
Select your colors and building details from many choices.
Select shutters or wide lineal trim around windows.
We work with you to develop your vision of the site. Experienced professionals will plan and execute the many components of this process including septic system, driveway, digging and backfilling of foundation.
Initial clearing
Driveway installation
Digging foundation
Pre-cast foundations walls are available in 8, 9, and 10 foot heights. Windows and doors are incorporated as needed. The floor of the foundation is poured. Using the pre-cast system, the interior is ready to finish.
Pre-cast walls are craned onto compacted, leveled pea gravel.
Foundation walls in place
Our modules are sent to your site from Pennsylvania factories.
Modules are delivered to the building site.
Crane and Set
Modules are lifted onto the foundation by crane. Roofs are lifted into position and shingling is completed.
Precise placement is essential.
The crane lowers the module into position.
Roof completion occurs at set.
Set day is exciting!
Most houses arrive about 90% complete, but finishing touches are added on interior marriage walls and exterior gables, and the entire house is detailed to insure completion.
Fireplaces are installed at the manufacturer.
Gable end siding is installed on site.
Some siding installation is done on site; much is done at the factory.
Plumbing and Electric Connections
Incoming water supply and outgoing waste lines are connected. Attic venting is completed. Electrical wiring crossovers are completed and all on-site fixtures are installed.
On-site plumbing work
Select the type of heating system you desire.
Fully loaded panel box is mounted on site.
Decks and Porches
From a code-compliant landing, rail, and stairs, to a grand and detailed covered porch, the final touches of pressure treated or composite decking and porch materials can be added to complete the custom home.
Gabled covered porch with composite decking
Pressure treated deck
Customize the dimensions and pitch of your covered porch.
Raised heel truss porch

David Dulay Homes
3224 Lake Ariel Highway
Honesdale PA, 18431
Fax: 570-253-3853

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Email: dave@daviddulayhomes.com