We’re Celebrating 40 Years of Excellence. Read more HERE.

When I started this company more than four decades ago, I wanted to build houses. Houses that people would be happy with;
houses that were affordable and would stand the test of time. Over the years, I have learned that a house becomes a home when a
family breathes life into it. And that gives meaning to what my family does every day. Our goal is that your new home becomes your home.

We all recognize them — the special events that become treasured memories and the family celebrations that
become the traditions we honor. What makes a house a home is the family within. Building that opportunity
is what makes this company special. Being your new home builder is our privilege.



Is Building a New Home a Good Investment?

Many people build a home to get the exact layout and finishes they want. But at what cost? Is building a new home a good investment?

Lower Home Ownership Costs

Bill Clark Homes began building in 1977, and we can tell you first-hand that new home construction has changed. Throughout the industry, the materials and products have evolved significantly.  For instance, insulation has become much more effective at keeping homes cool in the summer and warm in the winter. If you purchase a used home (even one a decade old!), its insulation will not perform at the same level as newer products. In a new house, you will likely pay far less from month to month in energy bills. Many of the newer materials used in houses also require far less maintenance down the road. Newer building codes and standards have also changed to create safer and more energy-efficient homes. Older homes often. READ MORE»

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