With MAC Custom Homes, each project is a unique creation, reflecting the homeowner's personality and lifestyle, the architect's design, and the distinct craftsmanship of the builder.
From concept to completion, a custom home is a team effort. MAC Custom Homes has spent the last 30 years perfecting this process, and our attention to detail is why we are a premier builder in the greater Grand Traverse area.
We employ our own highly talented craftsmen responsible for the home's framing, siding, and interior trim. We utilize only the best subcontractors and vendors that meet our high standards and expectations of quality and service.
With every home we build, we strive to live up to our reputation for impeccable quality and unwavering attention to detail, always keeping your vision in mind. Our practice is to put first honesty, integrity, and open communication in every aspect of our business.
We build custom homes in Traverse City and the surrounding communities, including Bellaire, Beulah, Charlevoix, Glen Lake, Lake Leelanau, Suttons Bay, Torch Lake, and Elk Lake, and the Lake Michigan Shoreline.
Marcy Hurst & Joe Colegrove
THE MAC CUSTOM HOMES PROCESS
Building a home is a very detail-oriented process. When working with an experienced custom builder like MAC Custom Homes, you can be sure that your project will be detailed ahead of time and completed quickly. Here is a general overview of the different stages of our construction process.
From our first meeting with you to the job's completion, you made the whole construction process easy and thoroughly enjoyable.
Alan & Pam Yahanda
What impressed us most was the unsurpassed craftsmanship and attention to detail that is so characteristic of their work. The team was highly organized, timely, and was flexible to changes during construction. Above all else, they had the knowledge and experience to help us make the right decisions.
Ted & Connie Staniford
The entire process of building our new home with MAC was stress-free. They were very organized, and they knew how to solve problems when they came up. The lines of communication were always open, and we felt very involved in the process.
Jim & Gretchen Overbeek