“Should I remodel or rebuild my home?” This is one of the most common decisions Hawaii’s homeowners face when considering major upgrades to their home. Graham Builders, host of Oahu’s first and most popular construction seminar for homeowners, found that 24 percent of their seminar attendees are trying to answer this very question. “It’s
- Designing a Timeless Home featuring a Graham Builders custom home – HInow (Hawaii News Now) GalleryAdditions, ADU, Aging-In-Place, Architecture, Build New, Buildings, Construction, Design+Build, Extended Family Living, Multigenerational, Renovation
https://youtu.be/wqIRntLdtu8 This segment was filmed in a residence that was designed and built by Graham Builders in 2001 and sold seventeen years later. Discover the benefits of working directly with a design team that can guide you to a home that will stand the test of time.
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Most residential construction projects begin with homeowner desires. One family member might want a beefy, over-sized garage that will double as a workshop and in-house sports bar. The family cook may want to open the kitchen and add a luxurious walk-in pantry. Aging parents might ask the homeowner to add an accessible suite for
https://youtu.be/ftgw_EwH64g Learn why homeowners appreciate the benefits of working with Graham Builders and their design+build approach to residential construction.
Multigenerational living, where three or more generations of a family share a home, is popular in Hawaii. In fact, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 11.5 percent of Hawaii households were multigenerational in 2016. That is the largest percentage of multigenerational homes in the entire nation. This trend is expected to increase, especially as
For nearly three decades Graham Builders, Hawaii’s premier residential design+build firm, has collaborated with homeowners to develop plans that reflect the vision and needs of each family. As housing prices continue to soar, homes that adapt to changing family needs and spaces that serve multi-functions are the fastest growing trend. “Today it’s all about
Janet and Richard Honda purchased their home in 1977 when houses were quickly replacing pineapple and sugar cane fields in central Oahu. After 41 years, their beloved home was showing signs of its age. Peeling kitchen cabinets, warping floors, difficult-to-clean louvered doors and crumbling popcorn ceilings were some of the indicators that their residence needed
Oahu is building! The sounds of banging hammers and whirling saws fill neighborhoods throughout the island. It is no surprise: Hawaii’s median single-family home price is soaring toward $800,000. Many homeowners are staying put and inviting their adult children to live with them. Extra bodies mean it’s time to expand the house. Yet how
More Hawaii residents are moving out of the state than into it, according to U.S. Census Bureau data. Hawaii’s chief state economist Eugene Tian attributes this ongoing trend to Hawaii’s high cost of living — which should come as no surprise. A quick internet search shows that even our toilet paper has gained notoriety
The concept of multi-generational homes that allows several generations of a family to live together continues to grow in popularity. Graham Builders, a local design+build contractor, has guided hundreds of homeowners through the steps of creating dwellings that allow each family member to flourish. “Allowing privacy and independence is one of the most fundamental