exactly how you imagine."
- Keith DuShane
Owner, V2 Construction
Building a custom home is more than just design and construction. A home is a reflection of your mind and spirit -- of what you want your life to be.
At V2 Construction, we approach each residence as a unique opportunity to create a home that will reflect and enhance your lifestyle. Helping families build their dream home is a responsibility which owner Keith DuShane take’s very seriously. From the minute we first meet to the moment you first set foot in your brand new home, Keith knows that every little detail matters.
With over 30 years experience in new home construction, renovations, remodeling, and commercial contracting, Keith understands that designing and building a home is a collaborative process between a builder and their clientele.
At V2 Construction, we believe the process of building a new home or renovation should be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. To build great homes consistently, we have developed a building process for each home we create. This process makes certain you are always involved, informed and satisfied.
1. INITIAL MEETING
Let's discuss where to get started on your custom home
2. HOME TOUR
Tour our collection of projects to see the quality of our work and get some great design ideas
Let's get the lay of the land at the site where your home will be
In-depth walkthrough of your expectations and vision
You, V2 and an architect collaborate to make a design come to life
Estimating materials, budget and schedule
Let's get started!
Before we build your home, we build a detailed timeline
Let's break ground and pick out the details of your home
Inspection, walkthrough and welcoming you home
Not only do we provide a quality home, we back it up.
“We are overwhelmed by the transformation that has taken place… completed on time and slightly below budget. Keith effectively managed all his subcontractors minimizing impact and work dust on our living space during the project. We strongly recommend him and will use V2 again for future projects.”