Professional Custom Home Builders In St. Louis

At HomeSource Custom Homes, we're committed to making the process of building your dream home as easy and enjoyable as possible. We'll work hand in hand with you to ensure excellence every step of the way. With HomeSource on your team, you can relax and enjoy the creative process of turning your dream home into a reality.

Why Build a Custom Home?

It's common for people to assume that a custom home is beyond their budget, but a custom-built home is often more affordable than buying an existing one. It's no surprise that maintenance costs on a new home are lower because everything is brand new. In addition, improved construction methods and high-quality materials will save on maintenance costs well into the future. Choosing high-quality siding, windows, and roofing materials will protect your home from the elements and reduce the need for repairs and maintenance for many years.

Buying a pre-owned home usually means renovating to meet your needs. While minor updates can be inexpensive and easy, other improvements can quickly add up. The average kitchen renovation can cost anywhere from $40,000 or more. It's common for a custom home to be far more affordable than an older one requiring extensive repairs or renovations.

Safety and energy efficiency are two important advantages of a custom-built home. More stringent building codes and technological advancements mean that new homes tend to be safer. Hard-wired smoke detectors, alarm systems, and building materials with fewer volatile organic compounds (VOCs) keep your family healthier and safer. Designing and building a custom home allows you to take advantage of the latest safety features and energy-efficient products.

Existing homes rarely have the flexibility needed by today's families. Whether you prefer an open floor plan or cozy private rooms, a custom home offers many possibilities. Whether you need more space for your family, a home office, or a separate suite for aging parents, a custom home can be designed to fit your needs today and well into the future.

Why Choose HomeSource Custom Homes in St. Louis?

If you're searching for a custom home builder in the St. Louis area, call HomeSource Custom Homes today. We look forward to helping you build a home that meets your unique needs. Building a custom home is an investment. Each of our custom homes is built using the latest building techniques that can dramatically increase energy efficiency, improve indoor air quality, and reduce energy bills.

HomeSource Custom Homes is a family-owned and operated company specializing in custom homes and additions within a 100-mile radius of St. Louis. We have delivered excellence in custom home building for over 35 years by providing exceptional quality, attention to detail, and an unmatched commitment to customer service.

The Greater St. Louis Metropolitan Area

St. Louis, Missouri, is best known for its baseball, draft beer, and the world-famous Gateway Arch. St. Louis is located along the Missouri-Illinois state line and is bordered by nearby communities, including Clayton, Maplewood, Richmond Heights, Shrewsbury, University City, Arnold, Fenton, and St. Charles. In 2021, the population of the greater St. Louis metropolitan area was around 2.8 million people.

Sports fans have plenty to keep them entertained in St. Louis. During the spring and summer, you can cheer on the 11-time World Series champions, the St. Louis Cardinals, at Busch Stadium. Hockey fans can catch the St. Louis Blues in the fall and winter at the Enterprise Center. Soccer fans are looking forward to St. Louis' new Major League Soccer team, St. Louis CITY SC, beginning in 2023. 

St. Louis is home to Forest Park, one of the largest urban parks in the United States. This historic gem attracts over 12 million visitors annually with world-class museums, biking and walking trails, golf courses, and over 180 acres of nature preserves. Forest Park is funded through the Zoo Museum District, which ensures that the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri History Museum, and the Saint Louis Science Center continue to offer free admission to visitors. Other attractions include The Muny, America's oldest and largest outdoor musical theater, and the 1904 World's Fair Pavilion, a perfect site for a corporate picnic or private event.