Vendor Feature: General Electric

J Wright Building Company General Electric AppliancesSouthern Living Custom Home Builder J. Wright Building Company understands the importance of using trusted and upgraded technology throughout each project. Whether you’re ensuring leftovers stay fresh in a top-of-line refrigerator or removing tough stains from this week’s laundry, our team wants to guarantee that your home continues to sparkle! To give our buyers peace of mind, we continue to collaborate with the internationally recognized brand General Electric (GE) and use many of their products in our homes.


Southern Living’s Latest Plant and Design Trends for Your Custom Home

20 Squires Glenn Ln Home Front ExteriorAs a Southern Living Custom Builder, J. Wright Building Company works hard to stay apprised of the latest home design trends. With the rise of nature-inspired décor, our team takes inspiration from Southern Living, including the company’s passion for plant design and garden trends. Below are a few tips to help homeowners transform their custom homes into beautiful, welcoming spaces.



Enhance the Cooking Experience with a Custom Vent Hood Installation

Vent Hood in White Custom Kitchen

There are many ways to personalize your custom kitchen without sacrificing beauty for function! A vent hood is a necessity in any modern kitchen as an easy way to improve air quality and boost your home’s overall look. The practical feature enhances the cooking experience and can also act as an impressive style feature, drawing everyone’s eye to your custom dream kitchen designed by the J. Wright Building team.



Employee Feature: John Patterson

Construction Bookkeeper John PattersonAt J. Wright Building Company, we prioritize spotlighting our valued team members who work hard behind the scenes to construct beautiful homes across Birmingham, Alabama. John Patterson recently joined our team as our Construction Bookkeeper.

John joins the J. Wright Building Company team with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a prominent career with over 22 years of experience. Before joining the team, he previously held a position with a steel storage container manufacturer, where he gained valuable experience to launch him into his current position.

Patterson said, “My favorite thing about this job is the support I receive from management for new ideas and systems!”


2023 Design Forecast: Natural, Modern & Functional

Interior Living RoomThe 2023 forecast is in, and J. Wright Building Company predicts a stylish season in real estate! Here to deliver custom homes that reflect the latest trends directly to clients, as a Southern Living Custom Builder, we take pride in staying in the know regarding color, construction, and design developments within the industry.

Explore this year’s top trends to dream up a stylish, custom home perfect for your family!


What is Meant By Design-Build?

A JWright Building Company home exterior.Simply put, design-build is a form of construction where one entity works under a single contract to provide the homeowner with all the necessary design and construction services to bring a new dream home to life. But isn’t that what all builders do? Not necessarily. Many builders use multiple entities in a process called design-build, which entails separate entities, separate contracts, and separate work performed by a wide array of individual craftsmen.


Vendor Feature: InSinkErator

InSinkEratorA key gathering place in the home, the kitchen is the designated spot to enjoy mouth-watering meals while catching up with loved ones. This gathering place within the home can also create a considerable amount of food waste. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, the average U.S. household discards around 30 to 40% of all food purchased. To reduce waste within the home and promote cleanliness, J. Wright Building Company is honored to use  InSinkErator® products in our client’s custom homes.


Why Now is a Good Time to Build a Custom Home

custom kitchen designAfter experiencing a few tumultuous years in real estate, many homebuyers are anxious about reentering the world of new and custom construction. Climbing interest rates and supply chain disruptions have put many buyers’ dreams on hold. And, many homebuyers are still wondering if now is the right time to build a custom home in Alabama as the market enters a new year.

Now is a great time to design and build your custom dream home! At J. Wright Building Company, we partner with homebuyers to build the custom home of their dreams on their timeline. A member of the Southern Living Custom Builder Program, the J. Wright Building Company team consistently provides a one-of-a-kind building experience and exceptional customer service for homeowners across the greater Birmingham area.


Unlock the Door to this Custom Hoover Home


Custom Glasscott Trail Home ExteriorAt J. Wright Building Company, we specialize in what our client wants. We are excited to unveil this custom home in Hoover, Alabama! This stunning modern addition to the community provides unmatched curb appeal and delivers five bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms and a five-car garage across 6,609 square feet of living space.

The home’s towering ceilings and alternating black and white accents paint a picturesque modern dream. The flexible floor plan easily transitions homeowners between spaces on all levels, and natural light flowing through the home allows every detail to shine.


Why Should You Build a Custom Home?

custom home in Chelsea ALBuilding a custom home sounds like an out-of-reach luxury reserved for the most expensive homes. Yet many J. Wright homebuyers find that a custom home is the best way to get what they want. Money is not the only consideration. Selecting a custom home means our homebuyers move into the home they love, saving time and expense.

Getting the Home of Your Dream on the First Try

Homebuyers who choose a custom home love having the home they want and need as soon as they move in. All homebuyers have a pre-design meeting where they tell us how they’ll use their home, their requirements, and their budget. The next step is a design review, where they tell us if we got it right or have us send it back to the drawing board. (more…)

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