Curtis Homes

The Curtis Companies have been in the commercial business and residential home building since 1926. This website is dedicated solely to our residential home building. You can view our holding companies information here. Since the 1950′s, Curtis Homes has been building homes in Virginia, Washington, DC and Maryland. Today we are focused on building homes in Calvert and St. Mary’s Counties. We’ve selected these areas because of the high employment, great schools, shopping, first responders and family oriented. We consider ourselves to be a semi-custom home builder because we’ll customize your home to your liking. We are very flexible to our customers needs, including financing. We’re hands-on and decisions are made in the field, not in the office.

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We just moved into a new home with a heat pump (new for me). The master suite stays about 5 degrees colder than the rest of the house. Any ideas why?
Feb 29, 2016
Need a little more information before could answer. Is the master bedroom 1st floor or is it higher? (2nd floor +). Is the attic directly above the room? How many and what type/size windows are in roo ... read more
What's the difference between a "replacement window" and a "new construction" window?
Feb 19, 2014
Big +1 to Abe's feedback. He is 100% right on the differences. Inserts can be done very effectively with no weak links in the system in a vast majority of the cases.  Where it really pays dividends to ... read more

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