Your home is your personal sanctuary.  It’s the special place where your family will love, laugh and grow for years to come. It’s where your children will always think of when they remember early Christmas mornings in the living room; the smell of freshly baked cookies filling the kitchen; twilight dinners on the deck. And that is exactly what motivates me to build the most beautiful homes in the business.
Three simple words separate a Scott Daves home from the rest:  Attention to detail. In the end it takes much more than dry wall, brick and nails to build the perfect home. It also takes craftsmanship, patience and exacting standards.  I’m not satisfied until you are, and I let the details of every house speak for my work.  

“Scott is a perfectionist,” Homeowners Bob and Lisa Rauf said.  ”Most people buying a house are fussy. Believe me, Scott is even fussier than they are. He wants to make sure every detail of every house he builds is flawless.”

I extend my personal guarantee that I will make this process as fun and as easy as possible. I’ll work with you to ensure your satisfaction every step of the way, and I will personally answer any questions you may have.

I’ve been in and around home building all of my life, and I build homes because I love to. It’s not a job to me; it’s truly a passion. I take exceptional pride in my work, and I build each home as if I was going to live in it myself. I look forward to having the opportunity to help build your dreams into a reality. 

Scott Daves
Scott has earned accolades and honors for building homes with impeccable construction and design . . . but more than that, Scott builds relationships. First and foremost the client’s desires and needs are his priority. Communication and organization are underlying elements that control the building process. Working in conjunction with a trusted network of dedicated professionals that include architects and designers, Scott provides clients with “one-stop Shopping” and endless possibilities.

It takes more than knowledge and skill to create a lasting relationship … it takes respect and trust. Scott maintains relationships with homeowners long after closing. Just ask any of his homeowners.