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THE Custom Home Builder for NW Arkansas. Voted 2010-2017 "BEST HOME BUILDER" in Citiscapes Magazine, an unprecedented eight years in a row! Voted 2015, 2014 and 2013 "VERY BEST" Builder in Celebrate Arkansas Magazine! Voted 2012 NW Arkansas "BUILDER OF THE YEAR" in AY Magazine. Voted 2016, 2015, 2012 and 2011 "TOP TEN BUILDER" for the State in At Home Magazine. Winner 2015, 2013 & 2012 "Talk of the Town" Award for Arkansas. Winner 2015, 2014 and 2012 "America's Top Ten" for Arkansas. Winner 2016, 2015, 2013 and 2011 "Best Overall" in the NWA Parade of Homes. Awarded Best Master suite, Best Kitchen, Best Floor plan, Best Curb Appeal, and Best Overall multiple times in past Parade of Homes events. Voted "Best of Service and Design" here at Houzz six years in a row 2013-2018. Celtic Construction has been building homes in NW Arkansas since 1994 and has built in the areas most exclusive subdivisions. Celtic has been a proud member of the HBA and held the position of State Director for two years. Celtic has won awards consecutively in the Parade of Homes since 2000 and Chaired the event in 2008 and 2009. Our work has been featured in 12 State and Nationwide publications including Home Builder Digest, AY Magazine, Citiscapes Magazine, Celebrate Magazine, cover story in Builder/Architect Magazine, cover story in Building Arkansas Magazine, Cover story in Ozark Living Magazine, AT Home Magazine, Modern Home Builder, Vertical Magazine, Home Builder Digest, Construction Today, The Morning News, and twice in The Wall Street Journal! Celtic is a member of the Arkansas BBB with an A+ rating since 2001! Celtic Construction is also a Energy Star Builder Partner as well as an EPA Air Quality Builder! We are a Bank of America and Arvest Bank approved Builder and have worked with most of the local banks in NW Arkansas.
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- What types of customers have you worked with?We tend to build homes between 3000 sq. ft. all the way up to 10,000 sq. ft. Our average home is 3,000-4,500 sq. ft. But we have built smaller homes in the past for folks.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Do your research, so many builders have gone bankrupt only to start up again, or had liens filed against them and now no longer have terms with suppliers and sub-contractors. Ask questions, make sure your builder has 30 day terms with suppliers, references, insurance, and is a member of accredited groups like the BBB and HBA. If they don't have 30 day terms or aren't members ask why not after all this is your home, your project and your money! Check to make sure the builder's license is current with the State and that he or she has both liability and workers comp. insurance. Ask if they use a foreman and if so how often is the Builder on site, your not paying for the B team, you always want the A team!