Building “With” You: How JC Smith Uses 3D Rendering

If you’re considering designing and building your own custom home, you already understand that your home is an expression of you and your family. A custom home should revolve around your specific desires and needs. You have a vision—you just need some help making it happen. Sound about right?

Here at J.C. Smith, we’re dedicated to building you a custom home you’ll love for decades to come. Our commitment to building with honesty and integrity starts with the very beginning stages of our partnership. From our first correspondence to handing over the keys, we believe that we aren’t just building a homefor you—we’re building your custom home with you.

How We Use 3-D Renderings to Design Your Custom Home

With high-level personalization comes a great need for clear, specific communication. One of the more unique aspects of our custom home building process is our implementation of 3-D Renderings. Our renderings of custom plans are created by a plan development software package to help you begin to visualize what your custom home will really look like from the early stages of our building process. This means no surprises, no misunderstandings, and no realizing at the very end of a project that something you thought you wanted doesn’t really work. 

Our 3-D renderings are just one of the many ways we strive to make your custom home-building experience as seamless, stress-free, and transparent as possible. We consider each of our custom building projects a true partnership, and these renderings help us make sure you’re well-informed and happy throughout the process of designing and building your new home.

Wondering what the full process of building a custom home with us looks like?

If you’re planning a new project in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, or elsewhere in the tri-state area, you can  learn more about how we work with you to design and build your dream home here . Then, check out a  step-by-step breakdown of our custom home building process here .

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