Beck Builders 2018: Wyndham Woods Subdivision, Harrisonburg, VA
Beck Builders and sister company Green Hill Solar completed this home in June, 2018 for the Calvi family. Located in the beautiful Wyndham Woods subdivision of Harrisonburg, this home provides solar energy, four bedrooms, and many custom features. Click on this link for more photos
Beck Builders Featured Home 2017: Carbon Neutral Home
The Leaman family of Harrisonburg, VA provided vision for a carbon-neutral home, and worked closely with Beck Builders and architect Charles Hendricks of The Gaines Group, Harrisonburg, to achieve this goal. Among many features, this beautiful home includes a 7.6 KW solar system, a geothermal HVAC system, custom cabinets, a whole house ERV (energy recovery ventilator), timber stairs & cable rail, and simple trim lines. Click on this link for interior photographs.
Beck Builders Featured Home 2016 Singers Glen Craftsman
This Beck Builders Craftsman-style custom home in the quaint village of Singers Glen, VA features Geo-thermal heating & cooling, and stunning sunset views of the Appalachians. Owners Rich and Joan Eberly took care to include family heirlooms and details throughout, including cabinet pulls and the kitchen island surface from the owner's grandfather's General Store in Singers Glen. Click on this link for additional photographs.
Beck Builders Featured Home 2016 Virginia Farm House
Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley on the outskirts of Harrisonburg, VA is our newest home: A stunning custom 4,000+ square foot farm house built by Beck Builders and designed by Charles Hendricks of The Gaines Group for the Mast family. Click on this link for additional photographs.
Beck Builders 2015 Featured Home: Custom Eco-Home on the Family Farm
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Beck Builders 2015 Featured Home is the Pangle residence, a custom eco-home built right on the family farm. Jeremy and Remy Pangle had clear goals for this home: a robust, energy-efficient home that would provide a good base for eventual alternative energy generation. As Assistant Director of the JMU wind center, Remy had an especially clear vision. Jeremy was self-described as not just being "out of the box," but instead "not having a box!" A central maple spiral staircase provides passive cooling, drawing air from the basement and main floor to the observatory. Generous windows are a central feature throughout the home. Recycled foam, precast concrete walls, and a robust wall assembly provide an energy efficient base, allowing for additional future alternative energy systems in the home such as solar and wind power. Cedar was harvested from the family farm for posts for deck and carport. The result is a beautiful, open, energy-efficient home that incorporates the magnificent mountain and farm views. Architect: Fred Oesch, Oesch Environmental Design. Photo credits: Susan Landes Beck
Beck Builders Featured Home 2014: Old Town Harrisonburg, VA
Beck Builders Featured 2014 New Home
New Home Construction: As an experienced residential builder in Harrisonburg, we understand the importance of listening to our customers' dreams in building a home, including those needs to stay in budget and increase sustainability of the project, both now and in the future. We work with existing plans, or assist our customers in communicating with a local architect to design a custom home.
Harrisonburg Green Homes: Eric Beck, President of Beck Builders, has built more than 50 "Earth-Craft" new homes in the Shenandoah Valley and has been instrumental in providing weatherization, solar heating options, and energy-efficiency services to many homeowners in the Valley. In 2014, Eric became a Certified Passive House Builder. We value working with you to address green or energy-efficiency interests or questions you might have in building your new home.
Photography of the 2014 Beck Builders Featured Home by: Denise Martin Photography
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