The building of a truly custom home is a time consuming and detailed process for everyone involved. Spire Builders is focused on customer service as the number one priority for the duration of the project.
Using a construction management based approach to the home building process; Spire Builders subcontracts all of the work for the project to qualified contractors. Spire Builders then manages these contractors through daily supervision and comprehensive contractual agreements.
Spire Builders also provides "green" construction practices, and builds all homes with energy efficient construction methods and materials.
Worcester Farmhouse - Completed Autumn 2015
A traditional farmhouse on a large property completed in 2015. Extensive use of natural stone veneer around the exterior will evoke classic charm and grounded Architecture. At 11,000 square feet, this home features a host of built-in cabinets and wide plank hardwood floors throughout most of the home.
Malvern Home. Completed in early 2015
Situated in Tredyffrin Township and overlooking the Great Valley skyline, this 14,000 square foot estate home embraces the utilitarian beauty the timberframing is able to provide, while featuring all of today's modern conveniences. This home also includes a 6,700 sf detached garage & pool house.
Blue Bell Renovation. Completed in mid 2014
Tucked away in beautiful Whitpain Township, this 4,700 square foot total home renovation completely transforms an aging facade into one of traditional beauty that is designed & built to improve with age. The interior living space was entirely reconfigured, changing the smaller, darker rooms into rooms with an abundance of openness and sunlight.
Plymouth Meeting Home. Completed in 2012
With an eclectic mix of Architectural styles, this custom home contains over 10,000 square feet of living area. The soft colors of the natural stone and siding are offset by the red tint of the metal roofs
Fort Washington Home. Completed in 2011
This elegant, lodge inspired home is perched up on a hill overlooking Manufacturer's Golf Course down in the Valley. The Douglas Fir Timberframing theme is carried through the front porch and into the great room.
Lower Gwynedd Home #3. Completed in 2010
A classic American Farmhouse packed full of historic inspiration and detailing. This simple design encompasses almost 10,000 square feet of living area spread out over three floors and a finished basement. The the five dormers across the front roof create a subtle natural rhythm
Lower Gwynedd Home #2. Completed in 2009
This 4,000 square foot gem is 100% custom in every way. Built for a prominent Interior Designer in the area, the proportions are classic and thoughtful. Tightly laid natural stonework sets this home apart which includes a three sided masonry fireplace as the centerpiece of the living spaces.
Lower Gwynedd Home #1. Completed in 2008
Soft colors are offset by the dramatic angles formed by the host of gables across the front of this custom home. At almost 10,000 square feet of living area, the true size of this home is deceiving from the driveway. Once you are inside, the depth and grace of this home becomes apparent.
Blue Bell Home. Completed in 2007
A special home situated on eleven sprawling acres. Complimented by a natural slate roof and extensive landscaping walls, this project showcases many first rate construction methods and materials.