H&H Home Builders
Since bursting onto the building landscape in 1995, H&H Home Builders have been constructing Energy Star Compliant homes, green and sustainable so that they last not just for a few decades, but a lifetime. Built to maintain value, our energy-efficient homes encourage pride of ownership for generations to come.
H&H Home Builders are proud members of the Iowa City Home Builder Association, Better Business Bureau, National Association of Home Builders, and Energy Star. As the recipients of multiple Builder Excellence Awards, we have been featured in media outlets such as Better Homes and Gardens, and Room Magazine. For a quarter of a century, H&H has been a trusted name in The Corridor region, and we work tirelessly to maintain this reputation. That is why our slogan is “The name means quality”.
As your builder, we are fully committed to continually researching and utilizing high-quality building products made from recycled and renewable materials. Serving our community to the best of our ability, we offer free consultations and design ideas, various customization options, and a one year warranty on all new construction. With peerless professionalism and dedication, we aim to help you design quality into your next home building experience.
H&H Home Builders have constructed Energy Star Compliant homes since we burst onto the building landscape in 1995 as ‘North Liberty’s Premier Builder’. Since then, Energy Star Guidelines have evolved into what we consider today as the pinnacle of efficiency and we, as builders of ‘green’ homes, have kept pace with those guidelines and have adapted them into each home that we build. H&H Home Builders will build you what is known today as a ‘green’ home, but what has always been lesser known as a ‘sustainable’ home. Sustainable homes are quality built so that they last not just decades, but are built to maintain value, encouraging pride of ownership for generations to come. An H&H ‘green’ Home uses raw materials in a responsible way, using fewer resources, resulting in the use of less energy.