Judge Homes has designed, completed, and built many homes. We have fine-tuned our process to make it efficient and easy for you. We consider design, budget, and timeline form the very start to ensure the build is perfect for YOU.
We will work with you on your vision to maximize the value of your budget and dreams.
Reach out to Judge Homes
Our initial contact will include reviewing your wish list, budget, and timeline to ensure we are a good fit. This can be over the phone, email or via zoom.
Come and check out our model home or meet with us to review past builds, express your interests, share your inspirations, and discuss budget details/lending options.
House Plans & Designs
We will come up with an initial design from our designers and then fine-tune every room/layout to your liking. After adjustments are made, we will finalize the plans.
Custom Home Selections
From flooring to paint colors, we will be with your every step of the way.
Formal bidding will be completed with your final design and final selections.
Once we have finalized your design, timeline, and allowances, we will write up a purchase agreement, review, and go to work!
As we work hard to complete your project, you can trust us to be there throughout the build with a hands-on approach. With site visits and further communication, we want you to be involved in this process.
Final Walk Through
Upon completion of your project, we will conduct a final walk through. Everything you need to know to maintain and enjoy your new home will be discussed.
With our guaranteed warranty, we will be there for you in case of any emergency or repair. Our clients are family, so we hope to continue the relationship for many years to come.
First Meeting with Judge Homes: What to Expect & How to Prepare
The day’s coming when you’ll meet with your homebuilder face-to-face. It’s important to feel prepared, and arrive with very specific goals in mind. Here’s what you need to know…Let's Get Started
“A few years ago we had a large deck and clerestory windows at our lake home seriously in need of repair/replacement. The deck was surrounded by an iron railing which we hoped to save. When the 26 sections of railing returned from being sandblasted and painted, Sean began on the deck. He matched the deck to the railing, inch by inch. Everything Sean has done for us has turned out to be excellent. When he agrees to be on the job at a time and date certain, you can set your watch by the time he turns in your driveway.”
– Bob Whitlock