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Tellico Village
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THE PROCESS

Building the Historic Homes of the Future

Our Areas of Expertise

We work with you, the owner throughout the entire project to ensure that highest quality of materials and workmanship are used to build each handcrafted home. A knowledgeable and experienced “hands on builder” is onsite daily and therefore can answer any questions you have no matter how big or small. We at Jamison Homes strive to make the complicated task of building your new home simpler by providing a personalized service when selecting a plan, finishes, and financing options. We specialize in energy efficient construction which adds value to the home for generations. Our pledge is to establish long lasting relationships with our clients by providing a tailored experience and a picturesque home to enjoy for years to come.

FINAL DRAWINGS & SPECULATIONS

STEP #1

Once the final drawings have been completed we will meet to discuss all interior and exterior finish selections to accurately produce a bid for the home.

SHOPPING

STEP #2

You will be provided with a list of our suppliers to select the finishes for your home such as cabinetry, appliances, hard surfaces, carpet, plumbing and electrical fixtures. You can also shop other suppliers that you select.

CONTRACT PROPOSAL

STEP #3

Based on bids from sub contractors, your personal finish selections and permitting cost a Sworn Contractors Statement will be produced defining the actual cost of the home.

FINANCING

STEP #4

With the working drawings and finish selections defined we can help you obtain financing, submit your plans to the architectural control committee and apply for all permits.

CONSTRUCTION

STEP #5

Review all drawings, specifications and the construction schedule. During the construction process we will strive to answer any questions and help with any changes you require.

PROJECT REVIEW

STEP #6

At the time of each construction draw a Sworn Contractors Statement will be provided detailing all previously paid cost, current cost and the amount to become due.

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DESIGN SERVICES
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CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
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CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

Residential Schematic

  • Floor Plans
  • Elevations
  • Timber Frame Layout

Residential Design

  • Timber frame drawings
  • Structural panel drawings

Professional Services

  • Architectural Drawings
  • Building Site Plans
  • Septic System Design
  • Site Design
  • Topographic Plans

Bid & Contract Review

  • Drawings Review
  • Specifications Review
  • Bid & Contract Review

Site Analysis

  • Building Location
  • Utilities & Infrastructure Requirements

Cost Analysis

  • Timber Frame & Structural Panel Package
  • Building Finished Cost Estimates

Building Services

  • General Contracting
  • Timber Frame Erection
  • Structural Panel Installation
  • Caprentry
  • Advisory Services for Timber Frame & Panel Erection

Financial Planning

  • Assistance with Lender Requirements
  • Construction Loans
  • Title Companies

Contract Administration

  • Sworn Contractor’s Statements
  • Bank Documents
  • Title Documents
  • Lien Waivers
  • Change Orders

Building Management

  • Supervision & Construction Coordination Between Trades
  • Local Building Inspections
  • Lender Inspections

Residential Schematic

  • Floor Plans
  • Elevations
  • Timber Frame Layout

Residential Design

  • Timber frame drawings
  • Structural panel drawings

Professional Services

  • Architectural Drawings
  • Building Site Plans
  • Septic System Design
  • Site Design
  • Topographic Plans

Bid & Contract Review

  • Drawings Review
  • Specifications Review
  • Bid & Contract Review

Site Analysis

  • Building Location
  • Utilities & Infrastructure Requirements

Cost Analysis

  • Timber Frame & Structural Panel Package
  • Building Finished Cost Estimates

Building Services

  • General Contracting
  • Timber Frame Erection
  • Structural Panel Installation
  • Caprentry
  • Advisory Services for Timber Frame & Panel Erection

Financial Planning

  • Assistance with Lender Requirements
  • Construction Loans
  • Title Companies

Contract Administration

  • Sworn Contractor’s Statements
  • Bank Documents
  • Title Documents
  • Lien Waivers
  • Change Orders

Building Management

  • Supervision & Construction Coordination Between Trades
  • Local Building Inspections
  • Lender Inspections

Jamison Homes is a preferred builder on TellicoVillage.com

Tellico Village is a top senior living community nestled in the Tennessee foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains.
As a preferred builder, Jamison Homes has proven superior workmanship and customer satisfaction.

Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS)

Jamison Custom Homes feature the unparalleled comfort and extreme energy efficiency of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS). Creating a blanket of continuous insulation, SIPS offers the most efficient way to minimize energy costs with savings of up to 30% on heating and cooling.

A home enclosed in structural insulated panels is strengthened and protected by two layers of Oriented Strand Board (OSB) — one on the outside panel face and one on the inside. The inside layer of OSB also provides a sturdy nailing surface, enabling you to hang shelves, cabinets and pictures without having to search for a stud.

SIPS consist of a core of rigid foam insulation laminated between interior and exterior sheathing materials. The panels are nailed to the outside of the frame and have the structural integrity necessary to wrap the building frame.

Find out how SIPS can provide substantial savings on your home heating and cooling. Review these Frequently Asked Questions and contact us.

What are structural insulated panels?

The structural insulated panels that are used to enclose and insulate our timber frames consist of a core of rigid foam insulation laminated between interior and exterior sheathing materials. The panels are manufactured in one piece in sizes up to 8’ x 24’. Custom made-to-order with pre-cut window openings, the panels are nailed to the outside of the frame. The panels have the structural integrity necessary to span the areas between timber frame members. With some minor modification, these panels can become fully structural building components, extending the many benefits of structural insulated panels to areas of the home that are not framed with timbers.

What are the advantages of structural insulated panels?

There are many advantages. Structural insulated panels are the most efficient way of enclosing and insulating a timber frame building. Standard “stick framing” with the accompanying problems of air infiltration and moisture condensation, not to mention the redundancy of building a structural wall around a structural framework, is very time consuming.

Does my home have to be timber frame to use Structural Insulated Panels?

No. Because they are structural, homes can be built using only the panels. This also adds design flexibility in creating a hybrid timber frame. Some houses may have no timbers, others may only use a limited number of timber trusses for design features such as great rooms, or exterior features.
The choice is solely up to the homeowner.