Craftsman Custom Home Builders, serving the Roanoke, Lynchburg & Smith Mountain Lake areas

  • Lynchburg:
    22174 Timberlake Rd
    Lynchburg, VA
    434-266-1070

  • Roanoke & SML:
    66 Builder's Pride Dr
    Hardy, VA
    540-912-0112

As one of the most experienced builders in the region, Craftsman has the expertise to make your dream home a reality. We'll guide you through each step in the process - before, during, and after construction.

What Our Customers Have To Say

The Craftsman team works hard to ensure the entire process is going to be wonderful and exciting, from beginning to end. Click here to read more testimonials.

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“Craftsman made the process from start to finish very easy for me considering I had never done anything like this before. They were very welcoming to my ideas and very helpful with every aspect from finding land to picking the materials for the house …”

Nick M.

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The showroom made the process of choosing our options very easy. Steve, Joe, Randy and Charity were all very helpful and made the building process a good experience.

Jeff A.

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We were very satisfied with them building our dream home!

Stephen P.

Additional Resources

Spring 2022 Homebuilding Update

As we enter the 2022 spring homebuilding season, we enter with significant uncertainty.  While new construction both locally and nationally has reached its highest level since 2006, challenges remain. If you’re looking to start building your home this year, there are several important factors that you should consider in that decision.

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How to choose a good building lot

Choosing the right building lot is one of the most important aspects of building a custom home and is something that can have a significant effect on your budget. This article will go over some of the key considerations for selecting a lot, some of the major risks and ways to mitigate them.

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Is it the right time to build a home?

October 11, 2021 - The truth is there's unlikely to be a better time than now in the near future. Even conservative economists agree that due to continued supply chain issues & high-demand for materials, the cost of building a new home is likely to continue to climb. The saving grace today is that mortgage rates remain historically low.

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