Where do you build?
Kurk Homes currently builds within a 125-mile radius of Houston, covering the Greater Houston and surrounding areas from Galveston to Huntsville and Liberty to Bryan/College Station. We also build in the Texas Hill Country — within a 125-mile radius of New Braunfels, including San Antonio, Fredericksburg, and Austin. We have offices and model homes in Tomball, Huntsville, and New Braunfels, as well as a spec home in Tomball, coming soon. See Our Building Areas »
Can you help us find a property?
Yes! One of our owners is a licensed real estate agent and we have great relationships with other leading Real Estate firms. Just like homebuilders, not all land is created equal. We will help you identify the right property for you and your family. Whether you have a property already or are looking for a wooded homesite, acreage, or a patio lot, Kurk Homes has the flexibility to build your custom dream home.
How long have you been in business?
Kurk Homes has been in business since 1989 with several hundred satisfied customers. We are a fully insured company. Please feel free to ask us for referrals and check us out on the Better Business Bureau.
Does Kurk Homes offer a home warranty?
Yes! Kurk Homes offers a leading 20-year limited structural warranty through Aces Warranty Company. Most other builders will warrant their work for only the minimum required 10-year period.
Can you build from our plans?
Yes! Your plan or ours, we can help you design your home. View Plans »
What if we don’t find a plan we like?
Kurk Homes does not believe you should have to settle for a builder’s particular house plan. With Kurk Homes, you can modify any plan to suit your needs. If you choose, our award-winning designers will create a totally unique plan, designed from the ground up to fit your needs. Working through Kurk Homes, the cost for a custom plan will be 40% less than dealing with a home designer or architect directly. And, when you build with Kurk Homes, the plans are free.
How long does it take to build a custom home?
Kurk Homes will work with you to build your home as efficiently as possible without sacrificing quality. From the time we pour the foundation, barring weather or trade delays, we estimate a 7-month actual construction time.
Does Kurk Homes offer financing?
Though we do not have “in house” financing, most of our customers work with our preferred lenders in order to get quality service and the best possible interest rates.
How much does a Kurk Home cost?
Dependent on the design of the home, location, foundation requirements, interior design and level of finishes, costs vary from $400,000 - $1.5 million. Contact us to discuss the details of your project.
What additional costs will I incur building on my lot, which are not included with Kurk Homes Standard Features?
A) Depending on the severity of the slope on your lot, you may need a compacted foundation pad, a deeper foundation design, or a combination of the two. Site cost evaluations are strongly recommended at the beginning of the process, so that these numbers can be included in your total budget.
B) If there is limited access to your property or your building line is more than 50' from the front property line, an additional temporary construction road will be needed. Kurk Homes offers 1200 sq ft of flatwork as a Standard Feature. Longer or horse-shoe driveways will cost more.
C) Each community has its own set of requirements and has unique arrangements with utility companies and these costs may vary.
D) County, community, municipality, or state requirements specific to your property, including culverts.
E) Flood, Windstorm, etc. build requirements & flood insurance for your property. Kurk Homes has a Builders Risk policy on each home under construction, that stays in place from the time of the foundation pour to substantial completion.
F) Community, City, or POA/HOA requirements for plan approvals, deposits, mailboxes, landscaping, etc.
G) A current boundary survey and (at completion) final survey - both with benefit of title - and any other survey or elevation certificate as required by a flood plain or city municipality.