Ride with The Guide: New Series - Spotlight on Sabal
Award-winning Camelia floorplan – Stylist Board & Batten exterior with a blend of metal and architectural shingle roofline
is pleased to announce an informative new blog series, “Spotlight on Sabal” featuring local Charleston homebuilder, Sabal Homes
. Check in monthly in 2019 for the latest in Sabal’s tech savvy building and new home design features. You’ll quickly see what sets Sabal Homes apart from the pack.
If this is your first introduction to Sabal Homes, they are well worth taking the time to get to know. Founded in 2005 by Carolina natives, Sabal Homes prides themselves on being local, accessible, and there for their homebuyers. As a small, local SC builder selling against larger national companies, Sabal Homes quickly distinguished themselves from their competition. They recognized that focusing on quality and creativity in building would give them a unique advantage to offer their potential homebuyers. You’ll be amazed throughout the homebuying process at the flexibility and personalization they encourage you to bring to the design and construction of your new home, a unique benefit that you won’t find as a “standard feature” with many new home builders.
Decorative shiplap accent wall provides a stylish contrast to the dark hardwoods and natural brick fireplace in the Camelia Family Room. Notice the trim molding around the doorway and windows.
Customer Satisfaction is Sabal Homes’ number one priority. They recognize that as a homebuyer, quality and craftsmanship are your number one concern. Their homes are expertly constructed to meet rigorous inspection standards. Their reputation with their homebuyers over the last decade says it all—they have been repeatedly recognized for their dedication to quality with numerous awards
recognizing excellent customer satisfaction ratings and superior new home designs.
Exposed wood beams on tongue and groove ceiling and sliding barn door add a touch of rustic elegance to the Firethorn Family Room.
Creative use of space and attractive design touches abound in the “Camelia Café,” from glass-fronted built-ins and bay window bench seating, to a wood butcher-block counter and farmhouse style sink.
Sabal Homes was one of the pioneering champions of green building in the Charleston area, beginning nearly fifteen years ago. Their Sabalsavvy
energy efficiency program offers homebuyers a new home that was not only constructed with environmentally friendly products and building techniques, but that will live about 30% more efficiently than the average existing home. This translates to peace of mind and significant savings for you, the homebuyer.
Sabal homes celebrates their Lowcountry heritage with traditional Southern elements like this welcoming front porch.
Stay tuned in January as we highlight “Sabal Spaces”, looking at unique and creative designs that maximize use of space for storage and decoration in Sabal homes around the Charleston area. In the meantime, click here
to learn more about Sabal Homes.
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