Are you searching for a builder who can bring your vision of home to life? Swiss Construction can support your custom home build from excavation to interior finishes.
We build both post-frame and conventionally-framed homes that offer exceptional quality and attention to detail.
Swiss Construction believes that the process of building your home should be an enjoyable, worry-free experience. That’s why we prioritize open communication and collaboration throughout the entire process.
Located in Ohio Amish Country, our team is dedicated to constructing homes that exhibit quality workmanship at every turn. From the moment we break ground to the final touches, we handle every aspect of the construction process with care and precision..
To ensure the longevity of your home, we work with high-quality materials sourced from trusted suppliers, and we have established relationships with reputable vendors who share our commitment to excellence.
Your new home will not only look stunning, but also stand the test of time, providing you with years of comfort and enjoyment. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step toward building the home you’ve always envisioned.
In a conventionally framed home, the structure relies on a series of load-bearing stud walls, beams, and joists to support the weight of the building. The framing is typically made of dimensional lumber or engineered wood products. On the other hand, a post-frame home utilizes large vertical wood columns or posts placed at regular intervals to support the roof and walls. These posts are embedded directly into the ground or mounted on concrete piers.
Both styles of home can accommodate a wide variety of interior and exterior finishes.
We’ve learned that the term “barndominium” means different things to different people. However, it often refers to a simple, post-frame home with a floorplan that is not limited by load-bearing walls. Whether you choose this style of construction or a conventionally-framed structure, we specialize in premium living spaces that meet your living requirements and emphasize quality at every step.
The primary difference between these two styles of construction is the foundation (posts vs. load bearing walls). Choosing one or the other does not affect the overall cost of the home. Mechanical systems, flooring, cabinetry, windows, and other interior and exterior finishes cost the same, regardless of the foundation type.