What Is The Average Cost to Build a Custom Home In 2019?

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If you’re thinking about building a custom home soon, your first question is most likely, “How much is this going to cost?” Excellent question!
However, there are several answers due to many factors. Things like: Do you want a ranch style or a two-story home? How many square feet are you thinking about? How many bedrooms and baths? A 2-car garage or three? Do you want brick, wood, or aluminum siding? What kind of cabinetry do you prefer? Do you want carpeting, tile, or wood flooring? The options can be endless – and that affects the bottom line.

By the way, it may cost slightly more to build a ranch home than a 2-story house of the same quality and size. That’s because the footprint is larger, giving it a bigger basement. But ranch homes often look grander and have great curb appeal. Also, not having a staircase is better for those with mobility issues and there is more usable floor space without stairs.

Custom Home Prices Will Vary

The Basic Home Price
To give you a general idea of cost, let’s begin by pricing a “basic” home. Nothing too fancy, not too big; a nice, three-bedroom, two-bath ranch, with an open living area and vaulted ceilings. A home approximately 1650 square feet, with a 2-car garage. Add a small concrete patio of just 100 square feet (or 10’x10’) and leave the basement unfinished for now.
What will it cost? By using an “Average Standard Quality” on a cost-to-build calculator, this primary home will have an approximate value of $289,874 or $150. Per square foot.
But, it’s important to realize that prices can and will change with time. Some home builders will quote a price and attract potential customers with their low “base price.” However, as the home is being built, there are additional costs. And changes. And surprises. And unexpected extra fees. And suddenly your $289,874 home has become much more expensive.


Joseph Douglas Homes
Before you completely give up on building your dream home, contact Joseph Douglas Homes. Their home pricing is complete with commonly “forgotten” costs such as building permits, excavation, plan modifications, erosion control, garage, and driveway stone, and even finishing touches like exterior and interior painting, flooring, light fixtures, and final site cleanup.
All you have to do is add any upgrades to the base price to know what the complete cost of your home will be! No surprises! Joseph Douglas Homes calls it their “All Inclusive Pricing.”


One Step Further
Joseph Douglas Homes also includes the most common upgrades as a standard feature – taking their pricing philosophy one step further than any other builder in southeastern Wisconsin. Items such as dimensional shingles, exterior cultured stone, custom wall painting, granite counters in the kitchen, wood floors in high traffic areas, ceramic tile in the laundry and baths, and so much more, are all part of their “all-inclusive price.”
Now, wasn’t that easy?

2019 Bath and Kitchen Trends

Kitchen and bath trends of 2019

Are you remodeling in 2019? Alternatively, have you decided to build that custom home you’ve been dreaming of? Get some great ideas by reading about the top 2019 trends for kitchens and baths. You may not be interested in decorating, by why date your home by five years before you even begin? The last thing you want is to spend thousands of dollars only to discover your house is “old looking.”

Check out what’s in Style in 2019

Granite is Out, and Quartz is In
Since the 90s, granite was the top-of-the-line for counters. However, quartz is now the hottest trend. Like granite, quartz is durable and can be expensive; but has more finish options, colors, and styles. It’ll give a fresh look to your new kitchen or bathroom.

Specialty Sinks
You’ll see beautiful, deep specialty kitchen sinks in brass, bright metallics, and hammered finishes. For bathrooms, intricate designs and details make this kitchen aspect look like a piece of art. Check out Kohler designs and others.

2019 Kitchen and Bath Trends - by Kohler

White Cabinets Are Gone

Although white cabinets will always be classic, many people are tired of having a kitchen or bathroom without any color. The kitchen is considered the heart of the home, so give it some life. Consider wood tones in warm chestnut, pale ash, or painted in pale or dark turquoise, blue, green, or even black. Another trend is to use a dark color on base cabinets and lighter shades on the uppers.

Speaking of Cabinets
Another new trend – but one that is gaining more popularity – is to eliminate the upper cabinets. As people head toward the minimalist movement, fewer cabinets make a kitchen look cleaner and more open. If you add a walk-in pantry or antique armoire, you can balance the lack of storage. Some clients add open shelves, but do it in black metal, not wood – another new trend!

No Subway Tile
Like white cabinets, subway tiles are classic. However, why use what everyone else has when there are thousands of shapes, colors, and patterns from which to choose? Especially in a small bathroom, try something fun. A colorful backsplash can give your kitchen some pizzazz. If you’re afraid of too much color, use an unusual shape or a tile with texture.

Stainless Steel Appliances Are Out
Remember your mother’s or grandmother’s kitchen in the 70s with harvest gold and avocado green appliances? Everything old is new again! Top appliances are no longer stainless, they’re in blue, red, gold, or even painted to look like a British phone booth or modern art. Moreover, don’t worry about matching appliances – get different colors if you want.

Gold Faucets and Handles
For years the trend was brushed nickel, now it’s gold. Not shiny brass – this time it’s rose gold, gold patina, or black golds — a gorgeous twist on traditional.

Colorize Your Decor!

If there’s one trend to remember for the coming year, it’s color! Appliances, tile, cabinetry, doors, and more kitchens and bathrooms are now alive with color. Take your time and choose wisely, but don’t forget to have some fun. It’s your home, after all!

Joseph Douglas Homes
Founded in 1998, Deron Butler established Joseph Douglas Homes as its principal architect and founder. They have been voted one of Greater Milwaukee area’s best home builders receiving an A+ rating from the BBB (Better Business Bureau). They can bring your vision to life with outstanding custom designs, quality craftsmanship, and excellent prices. Let Joseph Douglas Homes build your dream home! Contact Joseph Douglas Homes.

Joseph Douglas Homes Wins Eight Awards for 2018 MBA Parade of Homes

The Bristol is a clear winner with both judges and attendees

Menomonee Falls, WI October 3, 2018

On September 28th, more than 300 people gathered at the Potawatomi Hotel & Casino in Milwaukee, WI, for the Metropolitan Builders Association (MBA) Achievement Awards ceremony. The event honored builders who participated in the recent 2018 Parade of Homes.

Joseph Douglas Homes model home, The Bristol, was the clear winner in the Hidden Hills subdivision in Sussex. Among others, The Bristol received the award of “Best in Design” and the highly coveted “People’s Choice – Best Overall.”

In all, Joseph Douglas Homes received a total of 8 awards (out of a possible fourteen):

• People’s Choice Best Overall Home: Joseph Douglas Homes & Remodeling LLC – The Bristol
• Best Overall Home – Silver: Joseph Douglas Homes & Remodeling LLC – The Bristol
• Best In Design: Joseph Douglas Homes & Remodeling LLC -The Bristol
• Best Finished Basement: Joseph Douglas Homes & Remodeling LLC -The Bristol
• Best Kitchen: Joseph Douglas Homes & Remodeling LLC -The Bristol
• Best Family Living Area: Joseph Douglas Homes & Remodeling LLC -The Bristol
• Best Master Suite: Joseph Douglas Homes & Remodeling LLC -The Bristol
• Best Outdoor Living Area: Joseph Douglas Homes & Remodeling LLC -The Bristol

The awards were determined by a panel of judges selected from members of the Madison Area Builders Association (MABA). Also, during the Parade, the public was invited to tour the homes and vote on which was their favorite in each subdivision. The selections with the most votes received the People’s Choice Award for Best Overall Home. Developments in Sussex, Brookfield, and Summit were chosen to take part in the 2018 Parade of Homes.

“I was very excited to be honored with so many awards in front of my peers,” said Joseph Douglas Homes founder and principal architect, Deron Butler. “This is a friendly competition between all of the builders and it inspires us to strive for excellence.”

The Bristol

In the Sussex subdivision, Joseph Douglas Homes built a popular split bedroom ranch. With many custom features, the 3,809 sq. Ft. French country residence has an impressive roof-line and a grand porch. The entry opens to a stunning great room, perfect for entertaining. A large kitchen with a generous island has plenty of storage and counter space, with formal dining nearby.

The master suite is separated from the other bedrooms by the center living areas. The luxurious suite boasts plenty of space for a sitting area, king-size bed, and two walk-in closets. A private bath offers a dual vanity, a shower big enough for two, and a separate water closet.

The other end of the first floor has yet another bedroom suite with private bath. A spacious laundry room is nearby, plus a guest powder room and convenient mudroom. The finished lower level is the perfect place for a teenage hangout or party overflow. It includes a bar, theatre area, and billiards room. The lower level is completed by a third bedroom suite with full bath, and an exercise room.

Joseph Douglas Homes

Joseph Douglas Homes is one of Wisconsin’s best custom home builders. With a Better Business Bureau rating of A+, Joseph Douglas Homes has been building unique, quality custom homes in Southeastern Wisconsin since 1998 and is featured every Saturday morning on the network tv show Builders Showcase Television.


Can Your Builder Customize Any Floor Plan?

Custom home builders


When you picture your dream home, what do you see? Is it a ranch style with an open and floor plan? Maybe it’s a two-story colonial like the one you grew up in. Does it have three bedrooms or four? Are you thinking about a luxurious master bath? Or a mudroom near the back door to hold all of the jackets, boots, and school backpacks? How about adding a deck? 


Now think about your needs. How many family members are currently living with you? Will you need extra room in a few years for your parents? What would make this home perfect for you, both now and in the future?


If you’re considering building a custom home, just how custom can you get? In this competitive industry, many builders claim to be “custom home builders”. However, they may only offer a few cookie-cutter floor plans and consider just slight changes to their designs. They may lack the experience or the ability to make significant floor plan modifications for their clients. The builder may not be able to offer the same options or quality as a company with more experience. 


Standard vs. Custom Features

Custom features mean more than just choosing kitchen cabinet knobs and paint colors. Customizing means being able to incorporate or change structural elements. When building your custom dream home, this is your opportunity to choose everything you want and need. A builder should be able to design something to suit your lifestyle. (After all, it’s your home!) If not – ask why. Determine whether it’s because of the size of the lot, building codes, or the company itself.


To begin, find a standard floor plan with a layout closest to what you’re looking for. Be sure to talk openly with your builder about your budget because every change may cost money. For example, it may be standard for the home to have wall to wall carpeting. But, if you want oak flooring, you have to say so up front. A standard feature may be a half bath off the kitchen. If you prefer a full bath, the walls will need to be moved to accommodate a bathtub, plumbing will be added, etc. However, there may be an increase in cost to make these changes.


While studying the floor plan, make a list of your changes. You might wonder if a room could be made larger, a walk-in pantry could be added, a wall taken down for a more open concept, etc. Think about special features you’ll need: a nook for your bell collection, a home office with floor to ceiling bookcases, an extra bedroom, and bath for visitors. The list goes on. Custom changes can generally be made as long as the structural integrity of the home is not compromised.


Build Your Home Your Way

Don’t settle for something “close” to what you want. Get exactly what you’ve been dreaming of. Make the perfect choice with an experienced custom home builder and a custom home plan.


Joseph Douglas Homes is your custom home builder offering the best custom and semi-custom homes in southeastern Wisconsin. With in-house designers and more than 20 years of building experience, Joseph Douglas has the expertise and the knowledge to get your dream home built. We’ll design your new home your way!

Pet-Friendly Home Features: Home Builders Now Including Pet-Washing Stations and Other Pet-Friendly Options

Pet friendly home features


America loves its pets. There can be little doubt. To many, our furry, feathered, and scaled friends are true members of the family. So, it only stands to reason that, as a family member, they should be treated as such. For this very reason, today’s home builders include, in many floor plans, pet-washing stations, and other pet-friendly features.

These new home designs take into consideration the nearly 70% of all American households that have, at the very least, one pet living in them. They make the maintaining of such a home easier, a safer environment for the pets, and a more comfortable setting for them as well.


5 Pet-Friendly Home Features


Pet-Washing Station

Frequently, this convenient feature for both owner and pet is situated by an exterior entrance, in a mud room, laundry room, garage, etc. These stations are designed for the washing and grooming of your pet. While larger animals may require the convenience of a washing stall, smaller pets are usually accommodated by a sink. Included within this room should be areas designed for storage of leashes, clean collars or harnesses, towels, and other supplies.


Pet Door

Though an easy and convenient way for your pet to come and go, remember that other creatures can come and go through pet doors as well. The food in your house and the shelter that your home provides can be very attractive to raccoons, rats, and more.


Backyard Pet Run

Both you and your pet can benefit from an outdoor pet run. You may want to make this area accessible via a doorway leading to and from the room that houses the pet-washing station. This can save the floors throughout the rest of the house. With a backyard pet run, you can let your furry friend outside, safe in the knowledge that they will be relatively free from harm and confined to your property. At the same time, however, they will be able to get ample exercise without your having to take time out of your hectic day to walk along busy sidewalks filled with distractions and dangers.

Designated Pet Areas (Feeding and Living)

•    Feeding – A specific area for eating means a routine that your pet can depend on and (rather than an entire kitchen) a precise area to be thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis. Customize it with add-ons to better suit the size and type of pet in your home.

•    Living – This can be as minimal as a corner section that is specifically assigned to your pet, or as involved as a room of their very own. Areas can be cordoned off with interior gates or Dutch doors if need be, or simply decorated and maintained differently than the rest of the room.

Regardless of their purpose, these pet areas will benefit from the use of washable paints and durable but easily maintained flooring.


Built-In Pet Food Cabinet

Speaking of a designated feeding area for your pet, consider a specific cabinet for their food, as well. This way, you will be able to store bags or containers out of sight and reduce the possibility of them getting knocked over or infiltrated by your always-hungry fur baby.


Today’s customized homes can take more than just human family members into consideration as far as design features are concerned. The house you build (or have built for you) should be as unique as your situation and your family. It should fit like a glove, and that includes your pet.

The Bristol by Joseph Douglas Homes Featured in 2018 MBA Parade of Homes

New Construction Sussex wi

New construction Sussex Wi: Joseph Douglas Homes is featuring their popular model, The Bristol, in the 2018 MBA (Metropolitan Builders Association) Parade of Homes. The 2018 MBA Parade begins Saturday, August 11 and runs through Labor Day, Monday, September 3. The hours are Monday through Friday, from 4 pm to 8 pm and weekends, including Labor Day, from 11 am to 5 pm.

The public is invited to tour this new construction Sussex wi Parade Model by one of Southeastern Wisconsin’s premium custom home builders.

New Construction Sussex WI

Be sure to tour Joseph Douglas Homes’ very popular split bedroom ranch, The Bristol. With many unique custom features, this 3,809 square foot French country home greets you with a lovely open porch and an impressive roof line. As you step inside, the foyer leads to a stunning great room with an expansive kitchen with a large island, plenty of storage and counter space, and a dining area ideal for entertaining. Connected to the kitchen is a convenient work-in pantry which has additional storage, a second food prep area, built-in desk, and handy access to outdoor grilling.


new home in sussex by Joseph Douglas HomesAt the back of The Bristol is a beautiful screen porch, deck, and patio. French doors lead to a bonus room which can be used as a formal dining room, home office, or guest room. The master suite is separated from the other bedrooms by the center living areas. The roomy suite boasts plenty of space for a king-sized bed, sitting area, and two walk-in closets. A private bath shines with dual vanity, separate water closet, and a shower large enough for two.


On the other end of the first floor is yet another bedroom suite with private bath. Nearby is the spacious laundry room with counter space for folding clothes, a convenient mudroom, and a powder room for guests. The finished lower level is the perfect place for parties or as a teenage hangout. It includes a bar, billiards room, and open theatre. An exercise room and third bedroom suite with adjoining full bath complete this level.


“Even with all of the great features of The Bristol, you’ll still be stunned by the beautiful finishes and amenities,” said Deron Butler, founder, and principal architect. He added, We would love the opportunity to show you this custom home or to create a home to meet your specifications.”


With a Better Business Bureau rating of A+, Joseph Douglas Homes was founded in 1998. It has been voted as one of the finest custom home builders in Southeastern Wisconsin. Joseph Douglas Homes will simplify the often-complicated process of home building by providing complete base pricing, custom floor plans, and one-stop shopping for selections and finishes.

The MBA began The Parade of Homes in the 1940s, and potential buyers can tour newly constructed homes in premier subdivisions in Brookfield, Sussex, and Summit. Gather landscape ideas, experience interior design trends, discover sustainable building techniques and see new technology at its finest. Talk with several builders and turn your dream home into reality. Tickets to the Parade of Homes are $12 for adults and $6 for children and seniors. They can be purchased online at www.mbaonline.org/buy-tickets.

For more information, please go to www.josephdouglashomes.com



WCBA Tour of Homes Features Joseph Douglas Homes Wakefield Model

WCBA Tour of Homes: Features Wakefield Model

Joseph Douglas Homes Featured at WCBA Tour of Homes

Menomonee Falls, WI    June 18, 2018 – Joseph Douglas Homes will be one of several featured home builders in the 2018 Washington County Builders Association (WCBA) Tour of Homes. The Tour will be held for two weekends in July – the 14th and 15th and the 21st and 22nd from 1 pm to 5 pm, as well as July 18th from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Stop in and visit Joseph Douglas Homes’ newest design, The Wakefield. This model home is a modest, but beautiful, 1,955 square feet in total, with 1390sq.ft on the first floor with 565sq. ft. upstairs. Although this home can be designed for and built on a smaller lot, it still has all of the amenities you want and expect from Joseph Douglas Homes.

The covered porch entry opens into a two-story foyer and lovely staircase. The main floor hosts a great room and comfortable dining area and kitchen. Large windows on either side of the fireplace and along the back wall allows natural sunlight to stream in. Behind the kitchen is a cozy master suite featuring a spacious walk-in closet and large bathroom with a two-person shower and double vanity.  A laundry room, mud room, and a half bath complete the first floor.

On the second floor, there are two additional bedrooms with walk-in closets, a full bath, an enormous storage closet, and a bonus room over the garage. 


“With all of the great features of The Wakefield, one of the best is that the lower level opens to property which Menomonee Falls has slated for a future park.”, said Deron Butler, founder and principal architect. He added, “We can finish the basement for you, or it’s a perfect project for the do-it-yourselfer.”

Founded in 1998, Joseph Douglas Homes maintains an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and has been voted as one of the best home builders in Southeastern Wisconsin. They set the standard for simplifying the sometimes-complicated process of home building by providing custom floor plans, one-stop shopping for selections and finishes, and complete base pricing.

This is the Washington County Builders Association’s forty-eighth year of hosting The Tour of Homes. Potential buyers can tour a number of newly constructed homes throughout Washington County. Learn about the latest decorating trends, discover landscape design ideas, building techniques, and more. Talk to several builders and turn your dream into your new home with quality craftsmanship, beautiful designs, and great pricing.  Admission to the Tour is free.


Bristol 2018 Parade Model

The Bristol – 2018 Parade of Homes Model

Project Description – Back by popular demand is Joseph Douglas Homes’ most popular split bedroom ranch plan, the Bristol, shown with awe-inspiring custom features. As you approach the home, a French Country facade with a soaring roof line and relaxing porch greet you. Just inside, the foyer opens to a great room, kitchen and dinette making it perfect for entertaining. The expansive kitchen has plentiful storage and counter top space not to mention appliances for the most discerning of home chefs. At the heart of this kitchen is the island suitable for both guest seating and food preparation. Unique to this home, a massive “work-in pantry” houses a desk area, a secondary food prep area, pantry storage and has convenient access to the outdoor grill.

You may have difficulty keeping your guests indoors once they see the elevated screen porch, patio and deck areas. Nearby, double French doors lead to a room flexible enough to be an office, dining room or guest bedroom. On one end of the home the private master suite features two walk-in closets and a private bath with a shower for two, a dual vanity, and private water closet.

On the other end of the home, a secondary bedroom suite can be found complete with its own private bath. In close proximity, a convenient mudroom with lockers, a powder room, and nicely sized laundry room featuring abundant counter space as well as a pet shower complete this side of the home.

The finished lower level features a bar area, open theater, a billiards room, an exercise room and a third bedroom suite. Thank you for visiting our Bristol model home. We would love the opportunity to tailor this or any of our portfolio homes or to design and build a full custom home to your exact specifications.

W239N7533 High Ridge Dr.
Sussex, WI

Model Hours:
Open Saturdays and Sundays 1 to 4 PM or by appointment.
Closed holiday weekends.


From the west or south – Take I-94 to WI 164/Pewaukee Rd. (Exit 294) and turn north.  Drive 5.2 miles to Silver Spring (Main St.) and turn right (east).  Drive 1 mile to Maple Rd. and turn left (north).  Drive 1.5 miles to subdivision entrance (just north of Good Hope Rd.) and follow signs to model.

From the east or north – Take Silver Spring Dr. into Sussex. to Main St. and left.  Drive ½ mile to Maple Rd. and turn right (north).  Drive 1.5 miles to   subdivision entrance (just north of Good Hope Rd.) and follow signs to model.

Bristol Model - 2016 Parade of Homes Model

Sale Price $849.900
Ready for immediate
move in

Style/Type of Home:
Split Bedroom Ranch
Square Footage: 3,809
Bedrooms: 4
Garage: 3-car
Total Rooms: 17
Bathrooms: 3.5
Finished Basement: Yes

  • Work-in pantry with attached chef’s kitchen and screen porch with stunning views of conservancy
  • Open concept great room/kitchen/dining with 10 ft. ceilings and abundant natural light
  • Luxury master suite with separate walk-in-closets and two person shower
  • Finished lower level with full walk-out, exercise room, bar, open theater, and guest bedroom


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Menomonee Falls Living | Building a Home | Joseph Douglas Homes

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Located just 20 minutes west of Milwaukee, the landscape of the village of Menomonee Falls is filled with rolling hills and charming countryside. It’s replete with its very own history, culture, and teeming with things to see and do.
Once thought of as a bedroom community to Milwaukee, throughout the past decade Menomonee Falls has grown significantly. The area now offers shops, antique malls, a variety of businesses, art galleries, excellent schools, sporting events, and unique places for residents and visitors to explore.

Menomonee Falls Living

This suburban village also has a very healthy economy. The top three businesses located there include the Kohl’s Department Store’s headquarters, employing more than 6,000 people; Community Memorial Hospital with over 1,300 on staff; and Harley Davidson’s facility with more than 1,000 employees.
Menomonee Falls offers plenty of opportunities to spend time on outdoor activities, too. Miles of trails can be used year-round with bikes, in-line skates, or cross-country skis. There are at least a dozen golf courses in the surrounding community with large greens and beautiful views – perfect for the newcomer or the seasoned athlete. There are also several lakes for boating, fishing,  and other fun water sports for the entire family.

Throughout the year, Menomonee Falls hosts many celebrations, parades, and festivals. There are Civil War reenactments at the Village Historic Park, concerts in the downtown square, and a farmer’s market every Wednesday from May to October at Lime Kiln Park.

If you’re a foodie, there is an abundance of locally owned restaurants, cafes, national chains, and taverns, all with menu selections that will work within your budget.

The Best Home Builder in Menomonee Falls

For those who are interested in moving to Menomonee Falls or thinking of building their dream home there, consider working with Joseph Douglas Homes. Joseph Douglas Homes has been voted one of the top home builders in southeastern Wisconsin with an A+ grade from the Better Business Bureau.

Whether remodeling an existing home, creating a custom-designed home, or building a portfolio home with personal touches, all of the employees at Joseph Douglas take pride in their work. Mr. Butler’s expertise in architecture and design has influenced all aspects of his home building and remodeling business. 

Because they take customer service seriously, their primary focus is always to put their clients first. In a recent national survey, Joseph Douglas Homes scored high points for customer satisfaction. And they were the first Wisconsin builder to win the NRS award. They bring a client’s vision to life with beautiful designs, quality craftsmanship, and excellent pricing.

Joseph Douglas Homes’ outstanding reputation and award-winning building philosophy will reassure customers that they can create their dream home with complete peace of mind.


Joseph Douglas Homes to Enrich the Minds of High School Students



Joseph Douglas Homes Participates in Building Trades Career Days: Students Will Tour the 2018 Parade of Homes Sites to Learn About Trade Careers

Menomonee Falls, WI,  April 23, 2018 –  Joseph Douglas Homes is honored to help educate various students from 13 area high schools who are interested in learning more about the building trades. On Friday, April 27 at Lake Country Village in Summit, WI and, Friday, May 4 at Hidden Hills in Sussex, students will learn about the industry and their career options by touring job sites and speaking to contractors and employees.

The Building Trades Career Days are hosted by the Metropolitan Builders Association (MBA) and will take place at two of the three subdivisions in the upcoming 2018 Parade of Homes. Along with other builders, Joseph Douglas Homes hopes to give students and teachers an inside look at the new home construction process and pique their interest in career opportunities they may not have thought about before. Because there is a shortage of skilled labor in the trades, this tour may open doors for many of the students.

“It’s important that we help our kids know what their options are after they graduate,” said Deron Butler, Founder of Joseph Douglas Homes. “Too many teenagers think they have to go to an expensive 4-year college; but skilled trades, like carpentry and plumbing, can be extremely fulfilling and well paying. We’d like to encourage them to explore other possibilities.” 

Building Trades Career Day - Joseph Douglas helps educate students

Founded in 1998, Joseph Douglas Homes has been chosen as one of the best home builders in the Greater Milwaukee area with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. They can bring a client’s vision to life with beautiful design, quality craftsmanship, and excellent prices. A dream home will become a reality after an enjoyable home building experience.

“We are proud to be part of such a great community and getting involved is our way of giving back,” adds Mr. Butler.

From Saturday, August 11 through Labor Day, September 3, 2018, the 2018 MBA Parade of Homes makes its run. Held in three subdivisions – Hidden Hills in Sussex, Lily Crossing in Brookfield, and Lake Country Village in Summit, the Parade will feature 22 new homes from 20 of southeastern Wisconsin home builders.

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