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Bob Priest Homes is proud to be one of the
featured builders in the 2004 Dallas Parade of Homes
This magnificent 5,000 sq. ft. home is one of eight designs in the Dallas Parade of Homes opening in September.  Bob Priest chose to use steel framing for this impressive design being built in the prestigious Stone Creek Village development in Frisco.  

Amenities for this lovely executive home include a large study, glorious master suite with his and hers walk-in closets, soaring 20’ high entryway, guest bedroom with bath, family room with 20’ ceiling, two pantries, children’s study, two large bedrooms with private baths, game room, and a media room above the spacious 3-car garage.

Bob Priest chose to this design with steel framing because a steel-framed home provides more value for housing dollars.

Steel framing provides significantly greater protection from hurricane-force winds, termites, mold, fire, and even earthquakes.  The superior strength of pre-engineered steel framing is self-supporting, requiring few load-bearing interior walls, so floorplans are more readily adapted to each homebuyer’s personal needs.

Durability is one of the greatest assets of a steel-framed home.  Steel does not warp, rot, twist, split, swell, bow, shift or deteriorate like wood.  As a result, a steel-framed home of this caliber is virtually ageless and requires far less maintenance.  Walls and rooflines remain straight and true. Doors and windows shut properly.  Garage openings stay horizontal.  The steel home retains its value and new appearance, increasing your home’s resale value.  

The pre-engineered steel framing for this beautiful home is provided by Tri-Steel Homes in Denton, Texas.  For more information, visit their website:

See the steel framing for this lovely house as it is being erected.  Visit the job site or check back here for frequent updates.

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