Home Tech Construction, Inc. was established in 1981 by Daniel D. Armor and was originally based in Malibu, CA. The company offered general contracting services for residential, commercial, and historic restoration projects.
Since relocating to Sperryville, VA in 1991, the company has focused primarily on the development of custom-built homes and historic restorations within the rolling hills of scenic Virginia. Home Tech is now recognized as premier provider of custom construction services due to our relentless commitment to quality and craftsmanship. We combine time-tested construction techniques with the latest technological advances to ensure that your home will provide comfort and enjoyment for generations to come.
Our commitment to customer service is second to none. We take great pride in our ability to listen and understand the needs of our customers, and exceed their greatest expectations. We possess the unique ability to work with you to shape a creative vision and then convert that vision into reality.
Home Tech is able to maintain our high standards of quality by working with only the most skilled and accomplished sub-contractors and suppliers in the area. Our rigorous quality assurance process demands that only the highest standards of workmanship and quality of materials will be accepted.
We understand that the construction or restoration of a home is an evolutionary process, and we possess the flexibility and creativity to address and resolve any issue that may arise during the project. Because of our extensive knowledge and experience, we can recommend approaches and solutions that will enable us to provide you with the home of your dreams.
We believe that if you want a company that provides exceptional service, you must start with exceptional people with exceptional skills. And not just in their craft, but also in their personal philosophies. We purposely team up with those who are driven by their own personal desire for perfection in craftsmanship and who also stay up on the latest trends and technology.
Our routine meetings with sub-contractors and suppliers ensures a working team, and keeps the relationships working for the common goal… customer satisfaction. We also schedule routine meetings with the architects and owners to ensure we are consistent with the original project vision.
Our unique and comprehensive billing system allows us to track all costs at all times and can provide instant cost data to ensure the project stays on budget. This also allows us to keep our costs competitive and accurate to give our customers the best value possible.
Communication is at the center of all that we do. When all parties are clear on the final product and the road in which we get there, anything can be accomplished. We are about doing what we say we will do, when we say we will do it and not resting until that goal is reached.
Team - Our preferred approach to project management is to participate as a team member with the owner and design professionals, with project goals and member responsibilities established at the beginning of the job.
Meetings - We find it desirable to have weekly meetings at the job site with our sub-contractors. These meetings can usually be cut back to every other week after the electric rough-in. The owner may also attend, depending on the relationship with the architect, location, etc.
Owner or architect directives - should be given to the superintendent or project manager, who in turn will communicate directives to the appropriate tradesman. The owner and architect should refrain from giving instructions to subcontractors or Home Tech Construction,Inc. employees, and, whenever possible, directions should be submitted in writing to avoid miscommunication.Quality Control - Subcontractors are a critical aspect to our team approach. We have developed relationships over the years with those that share our dedication to craftsmanship and perfection . While it is expected that most of the trades will bid competitively, only those subcontractors qualified to perform the work will be invited to price the work.