Custom Home Builders Mississauga
Mayfair home is Custom Home Builders Mississauga building luxury custom homes in Mississauga. We build a new custom home in less than one year with customers’ satisfaction.
We build the custom home as a custom home builders Mississauga with the following home features. You can select any of the following features from the following features to build your luxury custom home in Mississauga.
- Beverage refrigerator in the kitchen
- A second sink in the kitchen
- 2 dishwashers and never unload dishes again
- Pot filler over the cook-top
- Toe-kick drawers
- Trash cans drawers
- Double garbage can cupboard
- The ice maker in your pantry/ island instead of in the kitchen
- best stove venting hood system
- The water filtration system on all faucets in the kitchen. i-e: ice-maker, instant hot water,
- Sponge storage in the front of the kitchen sink panel
- Kitchen towel racks are hidden near the sink
- Cupboard with pull-down ironing board
- Ba-Drawer with built-in containers to house flour, sugar, etc
- Keep all counter-top cut-outs for cutting boards, coasters, whatever
- Kid snack refrigerator drawer (Samsung – can be a beer drawer later on)
- Lid maid lid holders
- Kitchen Nook with hinged seats for storage
- Free-floating shelves above nook (IKEA)
- Routed drain channels in solid surface
- Shelf for cookbooks/wine rack – end of the island
- Plan for where trash cans in all rooms will be stored
- king center in the kitchen with all the baking essentials at hand
- Refrigerator drawer down low for the kids or special items
- Place the outlets under the cabinets instead of on the wall? This will allow you to tile the backslash
- Whirlpool Tub
- Double vanity
- Standing shower
- Bidet toilet
- Towel warmers
- Toto toilet
- Framed mirrors in all the bathrooms
- Extra soundproofing around powder room and pipes from upstairs bathrooms
- Behind door towel rack (hinge it)
- Consider separate small linen and toiletry closets – never enough room
- Timers and humidity detectors on kid’s bathroom fans
- Recessed medicine cabinets in all rooms with either mirror or cabinet matching front
- can be recessed between studs on sidewalls
- remote access to all of your electronics and lighting – from an iPad or universal control
- Alarm systems for fire, carbon monoxide, theft
- Electrical outlets on every wall, and at least two cable/internet outlets in each room. It will never be cheaper than now to add them so you have options in the future.
- speaker wires
- Internet cable and video surveillance box.
- CAT-6 data
- USB plugs by the bed in the master
- RG6, CAT6, and Fiber run through a single chase to every room.
- Putting in art lights dimmers chandlers and sconces, even up light on columns, I would never have thought to. It makes a huge difference people can’t put a finger on it but they always say that there is something different about our house.
- Under-cabinet lightening.
- light sensors in all your closets
Eco and sustainable
- Rain barrels and gray water systems
- geothermal heating
- Solar panels on the roof.
- green roofs
- low E windows, geothermal heating, and cooling (from the pond), solar panels, 2 by 6-inch wall studs, good insulation.
- Laundry linen chute
- Swinging door for laundry room
- Laundry room (not walkway from the garage) with large sink and counters.
- Ikea Octopus Laundry hanger
- Retractable Clotheslines inside and outside where any wet clothes may gather
- Polder Wall Mount Accordion Drying Rack
- Dog/cat area with built-in bowls under the folding table
- Lots of landscape lighting – plan ahead to run electrical outside where needed
- Heavy-duty power outlets outside, like on a garage or outbuilding
- A heavy outlet for car wash and electric car in the garage.
- Gas line and electricity for your outdoor BBQ
- Don’t forget landscape lighting, or water or gas…outdoor fireplaces are a great feature!
- Natural gas “spigot” on the back deck that I plug my natural gas grill into. (Never run out of gas in the middle of a BBQ again!)
- Wire your outdoors for Low voltage lighting, including light fixtures at the street or down the driveway. Then make sure the switch is someplace convenient.
- Drip irrigation lines to every planter on the deck.
- Full-screen doors, not sliders kids always get them off track
- Ask to keep any extra building supplies – you probably paid for them anyways – great for kid play areas or in case something gets broken…
- Built-in flower planter boxes on the front porch railing
- Hand-prints in the cement walkway
- Up, down and all-around lighting in all areas – general, task, accent
- Halogen reading lights overall beds for nighttime stories
- Built-in window seats or in those “unused space” areas that will be boxed in that open like cedar chests (can line with cedar too)
- Valet pole in all closets to have the next day’s clothes ready to go
- Extra padding or high quality under carpets – kids sit on the floor a lot so you do too
- Built-ins with lighting on any support poles/beams that need to be exposed if you are going for the open floor plan look so it looks like more of a piece of furniture than an obstructed view Playroom
-Kid fun paint – chalkboard, magnetic, glow, dry-erase
-Playroom with toy closet that converts to a sun-room or mudroom
-Bulletin board for the family calendar
-Wall hanging folders each kid
-Shoe cleaning mat
-Stone tiles (quick-dry)
-Umbrella stand Attic
-Walk-in above garage through the external steel door
-Can finish later if needed spaceGarage
-Ultra-low tub to the ground for washing pets
- Heating under the hard surface floors – especially in the master bath area
- A wet or dry sauna
- Door switches on some doors
- Walk-in pantry
- Laundry room door swinging
- Hot water re-circulator
- Mud/snow/sleet/dark of night room
- Pantry is a must
- A central vacuum system
- Laundry room on the same floor as the bedrooms
- Luggage storage
- Central Vacuum system
- Radiant Heat.
Hallways outlets near the floor with led downward-facing nightlights
- A trap door in the foyer
- Floor drain in the laundry room for easy clean up from muddy shoes.
- Auto pantry light with motion sensor
- Speakers in the ceiling in the bathroom and master as well as kitchen and dining room
- Z wave light switches
- Dimmers on all the light switches
- Consider in-floor heating for the basement and garage. Geothermal for heating
- Mudroom with a closet for all of the coats, jackets, etc
- “Media station” area to host your security, tech another low voltage needs so that all the electrical can chase back to one location.
- Add a humidistat to your bath fans so that they cycle off once they’ve cleared the air.
- Quiet exhaust fan in baths and laundry.
- Mailbox bell! (A different-toned doorbell activated by an old, re-purposed garage-door opener transmitter.)
- Insulate between floors or use resilient channel when ceiling sheetrock is hung to reduce noise as well.
- Hybrid tank-less water heater (more efficient than simple tank-less)
- EXTRA wide stairs
- Installing the highest efficiency gas furnace
- A full-length mirror in every bedroom or bathroom.
- double-sided fireplace
- central vacuum, to have suction in the toe kick around the sink area
- 10 ft. ceilings in the entire house
- crown moldings
- Charging station somewhere other than the kitchen – out of sigh
- Install a 220 line in your garage to charge your electric hybrid car.
- Tank-less water heater.
- UV glass on the South and West exposures to minimize fading.
- A grey-water system, rainwater capture, and dual-flush toilets to conserve water.
- Windows placed for cross ventilation, deep roof overhangs on the South and West sides to minimize the use of AC and few doors/windows on the North side to eliminate heat loss in the winter.
- Detached garage with a 2nd floor and a woodshop
- Access from the master bedroom closet to the laundry
- If you want passive solar gain on the south you don’t want Low E with argon. Low E 366 window glazing is great where you want to protect from heat gain but it greatly cuts the visible light gained.
- Fireproof, insect-proof, mold-proof, rot proof, noise dampening and mass (for retaining temperature balance) and insulation are integral.
- if you know you have a heavy mirror or picture to hang and know where you want to hang it use a scrap piece of wood from the framing and nail it between the studs before the drywall goes up. Gives you something to nail in to.
- Install flush-mount wood floor vent.
- air jet tub vs. Whirlpool type tub
- air conditioning system was designed through the use of evaporation from a waterfall through the center of the house
- Hybrid tank-less water heater (more efficient than simple tank-less)
- Install an in-counter composting container.
- Install a counter-mounted “air switch” for your disposal.
- Rough-in for solar even if you don’t install it right away.
- Install extra blocking in the walls at closets and bathrooms (particularly places where you
- might want to add shelving or grab bars in the future)
- Think universal design (wider doorways, fewer stairs, spaces everyone can use)
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