• Custom Home Building

  • Residential Remodeling

Welcome to
Heritage Construction Services

Heritage Construction Services is an award-winning residential construction firm serving the Greater Houston area and the Woodlands. We specialize in custom homes, room additions, bathroom, and kitchen remodeling and major renovations.

We are a design-build firm that can design your project, make major structural changes, provide advice on materials and finishes, coordinate all of the trades and make sure the work is compliant with applicable codes. Heritage Construction provides expertise in every aspect of the construction process. Our carefully chosen trade partners and suppliers teamed with our knowledgeable project managers will complete your project on time and within your budget. Our business processes and design capabilities make sure that nothing is overlooked.

In addition to excellent craftsmanship and mastery of the technical side of constructing, perhaps even more important is the care and compassion that Heritage brings to every project. We know that homeowners are not thrilled at the prospect of strangers tearing into their homes. We also know that by its very nature, remodeling can be a significant disruption to daily life. This is where our unique blend of business and consulting experience brings calm to an otherwise chaotic environment. From clear and easy to understand written project schedules to daily communications to open access to the firm’s principals, Heritage excels at the “hand-holding” and care-giving components of the construction process like no other company. You can trust Heritage to protect your home investment and treat your family with care and respect.

Our Services

  • Design-build services
  • Residential remodeling
  • Custom home building
  • Light commercial construction and remodeling

Latest from Heritage Construction

Repairing Foundation Issues
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