SPRY GLOBAL LLC
Luxury Custom Homes
SPRY GLOBAL, LLC is a superior luxury custom home construction firm based in Atlanta, Ga.
We strive to simplify the custom home building experience for every client. Our team of experts personally guides each client through the home building process starting from initial design, to construction, and all the way through- to the finished product.
The Spry Global Way provides peace of mind for our clients with our step-by-step custom home construction process.
We have perfected a well-disciplined and direct process that strategically focuses on every detail throughout the entire construction process. With the utilization of a state-of-the-art software, we have the capability to provide clients with constant updates on the progress of their construction build across all areas. In essence, our software and app allow for communication with our clients throughout the entire build. It includes photos, schedules, and documents.
CREATING A CONCEPT AND DESIGN
The very first phase of construction is to create a concept, followed by a design and blueprints. The client has the option of utilizing their own drawings or working with our architects and design team to create their custom home. Our architects will ensure everything is up-to-code and that the design will be structurally sound and stable. We work with our clients to ensure that their custom home will suit their needs for many years to come.
OBTAINING BUILDING PERMITS
Once the client has acquired the blueprints and construction plans, Spry Global will obtain the building and construction permits. This process will be ongoing throughout the construction project, as we will need to obtain different permits at different times. Our experience in obtaining the proper permits at the right time helps our process run smoothly and on time.
CLEARING AND EXCAVATING
After obtaining the client’s initial building permits, Spry Global will commence by clearing and excavating the land upon which to build. This includes removing any trees, boulders or other obstacles that are in the way of building, leveling, and grading the ground.
POURING THE FOUNDATION
Once the property is cleared and excavated, the foundation can be poured. Depending on the size of the home and the stability of the land, preparing the subsurface may need to be done prior to the foundation being poured.
COMPLETING THE FRAMING
Once the foundation has been poured and cured, framing begins on the custom home. This may include installing wood frames or steel beams. This process does take a while and it is important that everything is done correctly. This essentially sets the groundwork upon which all the other aspects of the custom home will follow.
After the building has been framed out, our mechanical team will come in to complete rough electrical, HVAC and plumbing work. This involves installing the plumbing pipes, HVAC and electrical wires where they need to go. Their job will not be completed at this point, but it helps to get the rough work in place so drywall, insulation and ceilings can go up.
INSTALLING THE ROOF
About the same time that the rough electrical, HVAC and plumbing work is done, our roofers will complete the roof on the building. This needs to be done before any further work inside of the building can take place, as rain and outdoor elements can damage the work that is taking place in the next few steps. About this time, our team will begin to complete the exterior of the client’s custom home, further protecting the interior work.
COMPLETING THE INTERIOR
Upon completion of phase eight, the interior is completed. This includes adding insulation, putting up drywall and adding ceilings. Our electrician often comes out during this stage and finishes up adding outlets and lighting fixtures.
Once the interior walls are up, fixtures can be added. This includes things like toilets, cabinets, windows, doors, and elevators.
The last stage of construction involves putting the finishing touches on the client’s custom home. This involves installing flooring, painting the walls, installing countertops, adding faucets in the bathrooms, and addressing any punch-out items. Once this stage is done, the building process will be complete. The client’s custom home has now become a reality.