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What most builders consider an upgrade, is our standard.

We've thought of the little things that make living in your home something special. To another builder these would be expensive upgrades, but to us they are standard features in your home:

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“Thank you for our beautiful new home. It has been our dream come true!” ~ Gary & Linda Jackson

Welcome to the Neighborhood!

Our “Love Where You Live” promotion is simple: When you buy a home from Lone Star Custom Homes we want you to fall in love with your home, your neighborhood, and the entire experience. Part of that experience is sharing with others.

Everyone loves a cool t-shirt, so we created a unique red, white, and blue “Do You Love Where You Live?” design.

It’s simple, we snap a photo of you out in front of your new home wearing your t-shirt and then we upload the photo to our Lone Star Custom Homes Facebook page. What better way to introduce you to your new neighbors and our entire network of family and friends?

When we post your photo on Facebook your friends and family can “Like” your picture, leave a comment, and share it with others.

Together, we are building not just homes and welcoming neighborhoods, but an amazing social network of neighbors.

They Love Where They Live, Do You?

 

Hands-on approach to homebuilding

When you choose us as your homebuilder you become a client for life. From the beginning you are introduced to your building team, given private access to your online project documents, access to communication tools with which you can ask questions, and regularly scheduled meetings you can attend to stay up to date with the progress of your home.

The Process of Building A Custom Home

Before you get started you need to know what your budget allows. The brilliance of a custom built home is that you can always make changes along the way. However you need to have a bottom line to start with, while reserving a special budget for upgrades should you decide you would like a richer wood for your kitchen cabinets