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  • Writer's pictureTodd L. Dearth

Don’t dread a New Austin Home or Remodel, Hire the Best

Updated: Mar 9, 2021

Have you been staring at that basement for months, wishing you could do something with it? Perhaps divide it up and create a laundry room, a utility area, or even a playroom for the kid? Or, do you look at that space and envision the perfect man cave (or lady cave)? Regardless, when seeking to make renovations, improvements, or additions to your home, consider only the best when it comes to design and construction. Dearth Design Construction is a local, Austin and the Hill country based full-service custom home design and building company that serves Texas Hill country.

New Homes, Home Designs, or Renovations in Austin

“At Dearth Design Construction, we specialize in functional design when it comes to room additions, remodels, or renovations,” says home designer Todd Dearth. “We take your ideas and dreams and turn them into reality – on budget and on time.”

Better Business Bureau A+ Home Builder in Austin

Dearth Design Construction provides a single source and professional construction and management company for remodel projects, custom designs, or renovations. This makes it easy for homeowners who don’t want to deal with everyone and their brother. Dearth Design Construction is accredited with an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau, and offers over two decades of experience when it comes to design, remodeling, and construction, whether you’re looking for an improvement to one room or building a home from scratch. When you’re looking for the best in craftsmanship and energy-efficient green building techniques, look to those with the experience.

Whether you want that ultimate man cave, or a new outdoor patio or exterior living spaces, Dearth Design Construction has the experience to bring your vision into three- dimensional reality. With the best in visionary design, talent, in craftsmanship, the Dearth design team are always ready to work with homeowners to make their dreams come true. “The homeowner is always in charge,” Dearth says. “From beginning to end, the homeowner offers the vision, and we turn that vision into a reality.”

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