In 2007 John Judd Sr. and John Judd Jr. formed Judd Builders with a vision to build quality custom homes in Western North Carolina. Their commitment and attention to quality and craftsmanship is unsurpassed and it shows in the homes they've built. They dedicate themselves to a limited number of custom homes, remodels and commercial projects in the Asheville, NC area each year in order to ensure the quality and distinction they are known for. Driven by a passion for building client relationships and meticulous attention to detail, the homes they build and the spaces they remodel are truly inspiring. Judd Builders is the most trusted home builders in Asheville, NC.
As Asheville NC home builders, we know you it’s a tough decision to choose the home builder that’s right for you. We are different from other home builders because of our talented employees. We take pride in employing an in-house staff to complete as much of a home building project as possible. Many other custom home builders in Asheville NC subcontract the majority of a project. We subcontract as little as possible which gives us better quality control than our competitors. This also creates a unique culture within our company. We treat each other like family and our clients become a part of our family. Strong relationships are formed during the building process. You get to know us and we get to know you. Our clients choose to return year after year as they build and remodel. Many of our clients are referred to us by family and friends and we consider this to be the best gift they could ever give us.
When you are interviewing home builders in Asheville NC do your due diligence and ask to tour homes that they’ve built. We find this helps potential clients get a good idea of the quality of homes we build and it also gives them ideas of wants and needs in their new home. Also ask for references and follow-up on them. Look for an Asheville home builder that is transparent with their budget and contracts. Also, take note of their communication style from the very beginning stages. Communication styles in initial meetings, calls,and emails will set the tone for the entire building process and you want to be sure your communication styles are compatible and that you feel like a priority.