FAQ
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Q: How do you pronounce Eddy?

A: Eddy is the nickname of Edward Moritz, the founder of Eddy Homes. Pronunciation: \ ed-deee\

Q: Where do you build?

A: We build luxury custom homes and estate homes in Pittsburgh and the surrounding areas, primarily in Allegheny, Washington, Beaver, and Butler Counties. You can choose to build in one of our prestigious luxury custom home communities or on your own property. Call our office to schedule a consultation to ensure your property is located within our service area.

Q: Can you help me find a lot in the Pittsburgh Area?

A: Of course! Eddy Homes owns some of the best land in the Pittsburgh area. We also have great relationships with other homebuilders and land owners, so will be able to help you find the perfect location for your new home.

 Q: When should I contact Eddy Homes to begin the planning process?

A: As soon as you know that you’re going to build a custom home, preferably right around the time you purchase your land. It’s best to come to us with a basic concept of style and layout. We’ll help you think through how the spaces in the floor plan can be maximized for your living style. We’ll help you visualize the finished home and how you’ll live in it. By coming to us early in the process, you’ll be assured not to waste time and money designing a home that is outside your budget or simply won’t fit on your lot.

 Q: How do I know how much house I can afford?

A: The price of a home can vary dramatically depending on style, topography, and location. Our primary goal is to identify what’s important to you and provide you with a detailed budget prior to starting construction to ensure you have all of the information required to make your decision.

 Q: How do your prices compare to other Luxury Custom Home Builders?

A: We’re very competitive in our pricing, especially when compared to other quality custom home builders. Most of our clients are amazed at the craftsmanship we deliver for the money. Our process and quality controls are unmatched. However, if you’re looking for the low bidder regardless of quality, we prefer not to be on your bid list. We won’t compromise quality for cost.

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