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Kalan Homes

Kim Thonn, Kalan Homes' Builder, has been building custom homes for over 20 years and been involved in an array of home building responsibilities from sales & customer service to field and construction managing.

In 2005, Kalan Homes, franchised EPCON Communities in the Greater Lafayette area to bring the 80 home community, Ravenswood at Hickory Ridge, to Lafayette.

Due to Ravenswood's great success and with much support from the community, Kim began development on a 92 home community, The Villas at Stonebridge, in West Lafayette.

Kim's priority is to provide customers a finely-tuned, detail-oriented, custom home building experienced by using local vendors and workmanship as often as possible.

This is also part of a larger commitment Kalan Homes has made to building 100% of homes Energy Star Certified and are part of a community that values open, green space as well as responsible planning and development.

Kim is a Certified Green Professional and Certified Aging in Place Specialist with the National Association of Home Builders and employs that expertise in each home built. Kalan Homes uses a hands-on, 600+ Point Inspection and has a Field Manager present during construction daily to ensure quality.

Kalan Homes is made up of Kim, Builder; Jason Hardebeck, Superintendent; Crystal Deiwert, Consultant; Brenda Wheeler, Sales Consultant; Dianne Keck,Marketing.

We welcome you to network with us on Facebook and YouTube by going to the following sites:

www.facebook.com/LifeComesTogether

www.youtube.com/LifeComesTogether

Please visit us at our National Builder website: www.EpconCommunities.com

You may also visit us at our Builder Website: www.KalanHomes.com

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  • ENERGY STAR
  • NAHB - Certified Aging In-Place Specialist
  • NAHB Certified Graduate Builder
  • NAHB Certified Green Professional
  • NAHB Graduate Master Builder (GMB)

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I had an 8x10 porch built which covers my back door and kitchen windows. Does this qualify as an Energy Efficiency Improvement by IRS standards?
Mar 30, 2015
http://www.houselogic.com/home-advice/tax-credits/how-to-collect-tax-energy-credits/ I do not believe that would qualify. Only the materials qaulifies for the credit.
Water is coming in through new overhead sewer conversion...how?
Jun 2, 2014
not sure about the product used in your home. we usually pack the joint with oakum. then we use hydrolic cement (water plug). followed by tar on the outside. hope this helps. email with any questions. ... read more

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