Stunning Display Homes in the Rio Grande Valley
When you’re about to build a place that’s perfect for your family, there’s nothing quite like visiting a display home to make your decisions easier. Viewing plans is one thing; seeing the home in person is a completely different experience. It’s about experiencing the space, the scale and the layout, and seeing with your own eyes whether it’s right for you. The good news is that G.J. Gardner Homes has a wide range of display houses in the Rio Grande Valley.
How to prepare for your visit to a display home
If it’s your first visit, view our Rio Grande Valley home designs
and start to make a shortlist. You’ll find a great range of designs that take advantage of the unique South Texas lifestyle. Whether you’re after a coastal classic, a contemporary suburban, or a rural getaway, we’ve got the perfect option.
Then it’s a matter of finding the display homes that are the same or similar design, and get ready to visit.
Staffed by expert locals
G.J. Gardner Homes McAllen is run by three local families, and our display home consultants are also expert locals. Your consultant joins you on the entire home building journey, so your initial appointment is an important starting point to explain what you’d like to achieve.
Your consultant can answer any questions you might have – whether it relates to land, home design or customization. We also have in house designers who can help make your home a truly custom creation.
How to make your visit a success
We want to ensure your visit to our display home is relaxing, exciting and runs like clockwork. Here are some tips on making it a great day:
Make a booking – you’re welcome any time without a booking, but if you want to spend time with one of our consultants, then a booking is a good idea as some of our Rio Grande display homes get very busy, especially on weekends.
Don’t rush – to fully explore and experience a display home usually takes 20-30 minutes, and that’s without talking with a consultant. Make sure you allow at least an hour if you need a consultation, and allow a buffer so that you’re not rushed and distracted.
Prepare questions, take notes and photos – keep a dedicated notebook for your new home and use it to jot down questions and ideas – then you won’t forget anything on the day. It’s a good idea to take photos and notes about the display home you visit – when you visit more than one it can be hard to remember the details afterwards.
Think about the kids – kids are always welcome at our display homes, but it may not be top of their list for a fun family outing. So combine the visit with something they do love, whether it’s a picnic or a park visit. And if you need to spend time with a consultant, bring some activities along to distract the kids and give you the space you need to take it all in.
Pack the essentials – for a day on the road, especially if you’re visiting multiple homes. Think water, snacks, sunscreen and something to keep the boredom at bay for younger travellers.
We hope your visit to one of our display homes is a great success.