Greg Welch doesn’t call a home finished until the finest finishing touches and custom features are complete and in place. Artfully created stone wall exteriors; fences expertly crafted from lasting, quality and beautiful woods; landscaping thoughtfully designed to be sustainable and attractive; wood finishes that are as lovely as they are enduring—these are all examples of standard custom features common to Greg Welch’s gorgeous homes. These elegant features are what make a home striking, and set apart from other homes on the same street.
“Greg Welch made building our home a very positive experience. We can’t say enough about the quality of his work and the quality of his team. Greg was very easy to work with and had a genuine interest in meeting our needs.
We appreciated his professionalism, his attention to detail, and his willingness to work with us in obtaining and using environmentally friendly building materials. His commitment to our satisfaction throughout the project was evident. The result was a high quality eco-friendly home with excellent craftsmanship. We’re extremely happy with our home in NorthWest Crossing and with our choice of builders.”
— Ken and Val Brodeck
“We found our house in NorthWest Crossing when it was in the framing stage. Greg showed us some examples of his finished work and gave us plenty of leeway for the changes we seemed destined to make (we like to put our own stamp on things, having remodeled several houses on our own). We’ve been in the house for two years now and have yet to come up with anything to complain about – and given our propensity for remodeling, that is truly something!
It meant a lot to us that Greg was not only a skilled builder, but also a truly nice guy who would also be a neighbor. There is an extra measure of comfort when you know your builder lives nearby and is going to be looking at your house over and over after its completion.
Our home has even been featured in the Bend Bulletin’s New Homes Magazine!
We highly recommend Greg and his team and would not hesitate to have them build us another home, if you could drag us away from this one.”
— Larry and Donna Jacobsen