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Episode Info: Show Notes: One Stop Shop home plans, engineering and panelized homes.  Making things easier for Owner Builders.  Approved plans and matching panelized home kits. Transcript: Steve Tuma: I would say almost a hundred percent of our customers, they said, Steve, it’s the knowledge, the availability I feel comfortable. You guys are on top of it, I didn’t even realize how important it was.   Interviewer: Greetings everybody. Welcome to Episode 45 of the Panelized Prefab Kit Home Building Show. With me as always is the President and Founder of Landmark Home and Land Company, a company which has been helping people build their new homes where they want exactly as they want across the nation and worldwide since 1993, my friend, Steve Tuma. Steve, how is it going, buddy?   Steve Tuma: Hey, it’s another great day. We’ve been helping people just design more and more homes all for different purposes across the country, some main homes, some vacation homes, some retirement homes, sometimes first-time homes.   Interviewer: A company with a purpose. That’s good.   Steve Tuma: Right.   Interviewer: I’ve been to bring this up on a podcast before but I haven’t been to squeeze it in until today, and that is something Landmark is known as a one-stop shop when it comes to panelized home building. And I think our listeners who have been through the website and seen the various videos and et cetera might like to know just what one-stop shop actually means. So let’s kick it off there. Tell us what makes Landmark Home and Land Company a one-stop shop?   Steve Tuma: Well, it’s kind of interesting. We always do what we can to help customers out and help them through their project. And this was something that a customer labeled us 15 years ago. They said, Steve, this is great. Landmark Home and Land Company is a one-stop shop. I don’t have to deal with a bunch of people. I could just call you, email you, or text you and say, ‘Hey, this is what I want.’ And somehow it gets done.  I guess what specifically works in our situation is that there situations where people will need an architect, the structural engineer, an electrical engineer, a plumbing designer, an HVAC designer, energy code people, green code people, someone to work with civil engineers, and a whole variety of different people. So what happens is how do you juggle all these people? How do you keep them in line?   Like one of the customers said, it’s kind of like chasing greased pigs. How do you do all this stuff? It’s like training monkeys. It’s like how do you keep10 people all set and moving forward? And that’s what they saw. It’s like,  Steve, by calling you, we can just get everything done. I don’t have to deal with it.  So a customer actually labeled us a one-stop shop and it kind of made – it kind of made sense. So we are able to solve the customer’s needs by taking care of a lot of aspects of the home design and panelization so that then they are able t...
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