Beautiful custom and speculative homes by Melville Builders can be found in the Chapel Hill – Carrboro area in Beechridge, Colleton Crossing, Hunt’s Reserve, Iron Woods, Lake Hogan Farms, Oakcrest, Crosscreek, The Reserve, and Southern Village.
About Melville Builders
From rain stream to mainstream
Jim Melville has been building houses for 25 years, so he has seen plenty of changes in style, design and colors...
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Led by company founder/CEO Jim Melville, Melville Builders has created exceptional homes since 1985. The company’s commitment to excellence has earned Parade of Homes’ Gold Awards and customer respect, due in large part to the rigorous construction standards personally maintained by Jim.
The uncompromising commitment to quality by Melville Builders means their homes not only look great but feel, sound, and live great, holding value years after moving boxes are unpacked. This is achieved through a holistic approach using comprehensive plans, impeccable style, comfortable spaces, quiet floors, well-insulated walls, engineered systems, durable green building/energy efficient materials and techniques, and accomplished sub-contractors. In each home where the land allows, Melville Builders includes a cistern buried in the yard for more efficient use of water resources. And the Energy Star rating of Melville-built homes means that the company meets or exceeds strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the EPA and the US Department of Energy.
Jim and his team offer proven building experience through designer vision, engineering precision, and craftsman dedication. Their client service starts with an intensive interview, in which listening is key. Customers review drawings, pictures, and an extensive features list, with benefits and costs of alternative materials and products explained. Customers are even accompanied during product selection. This process ensures fabulous homes are built within budget and without surprises.
Find out for yourself why so many people are proud to own a “Melville” home.
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