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Home Episode 99: The Minimum Standards of a Well-built Home
In this week's episode of The Build Show Podcast, Matt, Jake, and Steve go deep into what makes a well-built house.

What are the minimum standards of a well-built home? How do builders build resilient, durable, healthy, comfortable, efficient, and beautiful homes?

They detail the four home layers, the minimum quality level they will build to, and where they won't compromise in the envelope. Steve and Jake share why they present the windows, HVAC system, and mechanicals as a single package and how that affects the budget.

Listen in as these builders dig into the building science fundamentals of well-built homes and what you can do to build great houses.

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