Building in the winter vs. warm weather
We are building a new house in New England. We are hoping to start soon, but as we need to finalize the plans, get approvals from the town and then need to finalize the construction mortgage; it is looking more and more likely that construction will start in the beginning of winter.
With that, is it more expensive to build in the winter than in warm weather? Obviously certain things can't be done in freezing/very cold weather; while others things may simply be more difficult to do. I fear building in the winter will increase our costs significantly.
We are in no rush to move; and can stay in our current apartment longer if needed, but at the same time don't want to delay forever, we are running out of space, and are excited to finally have a house.
Any advice? thoughts? suggestions?
what kind of price difference is there if we do start in the winter vs spring? Will there be delays?
This post was edited by HiHoHiHo on Sat, Jul 5, 14 at 18:51