Building a brand new home, from the unique design, quality materials, and custom finishing touches includes building new community relationships. When choosing a builder, consider their over-all approach to the nuances involved in the change of landscape that is your project. Ideally, you want a builder who not only opens the door to your house, but also generates welcome to the people, businesses and trades connections you need to truly feel at home.
Unique Roots in Maine
John Libby Construction, Inc, based in Harpswell, Maine is a fantastic example of a residential construction company that naturally fills the bill of new community network ambassador as a part of daily operations. John Libby started his company as a local contractor in Durham, Maine. He has since built his business with local Maine tradesmen, crew, and office support. He uses the same network of sub-contractors for all projects, so they are all familiar with the building process, timelines and standards. These are Maine homes, bringing the best of Maine right to your doorstep, with modernized flair. When the process is complete, you are part of the neighborhood.
Maine weather is wild and unpredictable. And while there are many ways to build an energy efficient home - John Libby Construction, Inc focuses on methods that create and maintain household comfort that are cost effective to build, operate and maintain. These unique methods are the core of every project from waterfront wonders, to new neighborhood beauties. His energy efficient designs are elegant at every price point.
John and his team will work with you on all aspects of building a home – from assessing potential building lots, to designing, estimating and selecting finishes. The thorough estimating process creates custom specifications tailored client preferences and budget. Clients have the opportunity to work intimately with a team member throughout every step of construction, ensuring projects run smoothly and on time. This person to person approach is not only a key to John Libby Construction success, but also a key component of Maine culture. People working with people to create something beautiful and long lasting makes for a strong start for a new home in Maine.