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(562) 967-5117
15332 Antioch Street, Unit 559 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
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DLK Contracting, Inc., brings old-world, quality craftsmanship to every unique project we take on. ...
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(213) 337-2678
4658 Eugene Street Los Angeles, CA 90022
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17216 Saticoy Street, Unit 359 Van Nuys, CA 91406
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Los Angeles Custom Home Builders

L.A. is well-known for its diversity. Whether you're talking about the different cultural feel between Hollywood and Malibu, or the difference in landscapes between Manhattan Beach and Brentwood, the L.A. area has a lot of variety to offer. While this wide array of styles and appearances is present in the architecture of various neighborhoods, the idea that you can find your "dream home" already in existence is, at best, a little unlikely. Enter the custom home builder. Los Angeles residents looking to live in the house they've always wanted can have it designed and built to their exact specifications, right down to the hinges on the front door.

Hiring a Home Builder
L.A. is full of construction companies and contractors. On the path to the perfect house, you'll need to settle on just one to help you along. Building a custom home, especially in southern California, is in no way a cheap operation, so the person or company you go with needs to understand what it is you really want, and have the knowledge him or herself to provide a viable way to get it.

No where else in the home improvement industry is trust and communication as important as it is in custom home building. That being said, at no other time is it as crucial to really do your homework before hiring your contractor. Check references, call previous clients, look at portfolios, and get estimates from several different companies until you find one that fits you perfectly. Using an online resource such as HomeAdvisor is a good idea, but don't be afraid to ask around or even talk to people in your community who live in houses that you like about their home's construction history. Most importantly, take your time. There's nothing finer than living in the place you've always wanted, but a hasty decision can lead to some pretty costly fixes in a project like this.

Making Plans for Your New Home
The best thing you can have when meeting with the contractor you've so painstakingly sought out is a clear vision of what you want. Always wanted to live in something spherical? Have that idea fleshed out and ready to go when you first talk to your builder. As long as you know what you want, a good Los Angeles home builder will be able to tell you what will need to be done to achieve it (or, in the case of the sphere house, how close you're likely to come to your vision while remaining in your budget). Together, you can begin designing the home of your dreams, and your builder will be there to tell you what ideas will work especially well, how they can be brought about, and which, if any, are slightly less than feasible.

Prices of Custom Home Builders
Hiring a Los Angeles home builder is going to be expensive. There's just no way around it. But, then again, is anything in L.A. ever truly thrifty? According to the figures that HomeAdvisor saves for every project we process, the national average cost for a custom built home is more than $400,000. Since it would be difficult at best to find a place to start from scratch in any populated area of the city, L.A. residents will most likely need to begin with an existing house in disrepair, which will alter this figure. This number also includes data from all over the country, which means that much of the information comes from areas where the average cost of a new home is far less than it is in southern California. For Los Angeles, you can expect a custom built house to be far more expensive, and for something spherical, don't be surprised at how quickly the millions will stack up.

Recent Job Requests for New Home Builders Contractors in Los Angeles, CA


New Lead
Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/12/2018
Modular home?: No
# of Bedrooms: 3
# of Bathrooms: 2
Land Status: I already own the land
Styles Interested in: Southwestern
Approximate Budget: $300,000 - $400,000
Desired Timing: 9 - 12 months
Comment: Uphill slope. Two separate parcels next to each other. Option is to build 1 larger house or 2 smaller houses based on costs.

New Lead
Project: Build a Modular Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/12/2018
Modular home?: Yes
Comment: homeless project

New Lead
Project: Build a Modular Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/11/2018
Modular home?: Yes
Approximate Budget: $400,000 - $500,000
Desired Timing: 3 - 6 months

New Lead
Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/08/2018
Modular home?: No
# of Bedrooms: 3
# of Bathrooms: 2
Land Status: I already own the land
Styles Interested in: Modern, Bungalow
Approximate Budget: $150,000 - $200,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible
Comment: Single family home on a hillside.

New Lead
Project: Build a Modular Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/08/2018
Modular home?: Yes
# of Bedrooms: 3
# of Bathrooms: 2
Land Status: I am currently looking for land
Styles Interested in: Luxury
Approximate Budget: Under $100,000
Desired Timing: 3 - 6 months
Comment: homeless project

New Lead
Project: Build a Modular Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/07/2018
Modular home?: Yes
# of Bedrooms: 5 or more
# of Bathrooms: 5 or more
Land Status: I am in process of purchasing land
Styles Interested in: Luxury
Approximate Budget: $400,000 - $500,000
Desired Timing: 3 - 6 months
Comment: Me and my friends are going to live there

New Lead
Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/07/2018
Modular home?: Not sure
# of Bedrooms: 2
# of Bathrooms: 2
Land Status: I already own the land
Styles Interested in: Modern
Approximate Budget: $250,000 - $300,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible
Comment: Have preliminary architect's plans for a down slope vacant lot in the Mt. Washington area. It is a small. modest footprint of approx. 900 sq. ft. Need a ruff estimate of construction costs before proceeding with final drawings and engineering. You would then be invited to submit formal bid.

New Lead
Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/06/2018
Modular home?: Not sure
Approximate Budget: Under $100,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible
Comment: Hi! I am adding 120sqft to my current garage and am looking for someone to help me frame out the new construction. Thanks

Project: Build a Modular Home
Location: Stockton, CA
Date: 11/05/2018
Modular home?: Yes
# of Bedrooms: 5 or more
# of Bathrooms: 3
Land Status: I already own the land
Styles Interested in: Ranch
Approximate Budget: $250,000 - $300,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Date: 11/04/2018
Modular home?: No
# of Bedrooms: 3
# of Bathrooms: 2
Land Status: I already own the land
Styles Interested in: Modern, Bungalow
Approximate Budget: $150,000 - $200,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible
Comment: Single family room on a hillside.