Master Building Schedule (pg. 3)


This house building schedule will get you through the process, step-by-step.

It is offered only as a guideline to help planning in the building of your house.  It is based upon the schedule that I use.

No assurance is offered that this list contains every task you will have to perform to successfully complete your house.

Every house building project is unique, with its own specific tasks.  Building code requirements differ by states, counties, and cities.

 

Mechanicals - week 5-6

  • Rough-in plumbing
  • Hire roofer
  • Rough-in HVAC
  • Rough-in electric
  • Hire drywall contractor
  • Hire brick or siding contractor
  • Have roofing supplier do material estimate, order roofing materials
  • Install roofing
  • Rough-in security system and any other in-wall systems
  • Install door locks.  Keep house locked during non-working hours.
  • Verify HVAC tonnage
  • Have plumbing, electrical, HVAC pass inspection
  • Insulate walls and other as needed
  • Mark floors, locating electric outlets, switches, air vents, prior to hanging wallboard
  • Have framing pass inspection
  • Have wallboard supplier calculate board count
  • Return unused lumber
  • Have brick inspection pass, if needed
  • Order wallboard

Brick, Siding, Miscellaneous - week 7-8

  • Order brick materials, or siding material
  • Hang and finish wallboard
  • Screw down wood subfloors in addition to nailing done by framers
  • Install brick or siding
  • Hire concrete flatworker
  • Have public utility run gas line if needed
  • Do interior clean out

 

(brick, siding continued next page)

 

 

 

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