David Mills Custom Homes
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Comal County's Quality Custom Home Builder
David Mills Custom Homes is owned by David and Christin Mills. We have been building quality custom homes throughout the New Braunfels, San Antonio and Boerne areas for more than nine years. We have experience in the construction industry ranging from simple bath/kitchen remodels to custom homes from $350,000 to $2.5 million. David first became interested in home building as he watched his parents renovate each home they lived in while he was growing up. After graduating from Texas Christian University, David worked with a custom homebuilder learning the ins and outs of the custom home building process. After a few years, David started his own business with his mother Linda. David has continued to foster relationships with vendors and subcontractors his mother used for more than 20 years. At David Mills Custom Homes we work to provide superior customer service by personally walking clients through each step of the home building process. It is very important to us that we are a part of each phase of the process to ensure that we are helping clients bring their vision to life. Our relationships with our vendors ensure we provide only the highest of quality when building your custom home.
Custom Homes, New Home Construction
Canyon Lake, Lake Dunlap, Mc Queeney, McQueeney, New Braunfels, Bergheim, Boerne, Comfort, Kendalia, Waring
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1 Review for David Mills Custom Homes
more than $100,000
David and his subcontractors did an excellent job from start to finish on our home. Any issues that may have occurred during construction or afterword were promptly corrected to our satisfaction. Should you have any direct questions you may call David and he can give you my contact information.
July 22, 2018
Commented: VA Loan financingHi Hector. The house as you see in the pictures with the garage, landscaping, and pool is about 2.5 million.
May 24, 2019
Commented: what is the brick color of fireplace?The brick is from www.oldtexasbrick.com and it is smokey gold antique with a white mortar using tan sand so it is more of a creamy color.
July 3, 2018
Commented: how much is that door10 years ago it was about 3,800. I would guess today it would be about $5,000. It's a solid cherry door.
October 14, 2017