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Why leave your extraordinary home in the hands of an ordinary builder?

Unequalled Communication With the tremendous number and kinds of decisions that custom homebuilding involves, J. A. Hand Construction stays at the front of the process. We hold your hand throughout — patiently guiding and educating you to make intelligent, timely choices with comfort and confidence. Instead of telling you only what you want to hear, we make sure you know what you need to know, when you need to know it, at every step of your project. You’re an equal partner in the process.

Built on Trust

You wouldn’t drive down the road staring at your hood ornament. Your eyes must stay focused, anticipating potential situations you need to avoid. That’s what we do. Without mutual trust and respect, there’s no foundation on which we can build collaboration. Scout’s honor: we won’t let you down.

Hands-On Style

Either the work is right or it’s wrong. Larger companies will tend to pass you off to an account manager, job site super, lead carpenter, foreman or salesperson. Here, Jeff Hand himself is solely accountable for the team. If a subcontractor is on the job site, so is Jeff. As your main point of contact, he’s responsible for every aspect of your project. He makes sure the team gets things right. And we do.

Quality Comes First

J. A. Hand Construction is not a fancy-talking, fast-track, fast-results type of company. We work at a deliberate, disciplined pace that ensures every task is performed at its optimal level. As your collaborative partner, we aim to achieve a guaranteed, long-term result of which you can be proud. A project’s dollar-value doesn’t matter. Our uncompromising quality never wavers.

Craftsmanship Takes Time

Our incomparable attention to detail means we tend to take a little longer than many of our contemporaries are willing to do. We make every effort to complement our high standards with a streamlined operation. Our unique commitment to serving one client at a time means our total focus is on you, not on the next job.