NIH Homes

30 Years ago a carpenter by the name of Larry Skogquist started a custom home building business- calling it New Innovation Homes. Show more

30 Years ago a carpenter by the name of Larry Skogquist started a custom home building business- calling it New Innovation Homes.

Now you wouldn’t expect a simple carpenter to turn the home building business upside down- but that was exactly his goal.

Larry’s mission was to build a customer-centric company vs. one focused on a product. He took the innovative approach of identifying how his customers lived and how they wanted to live- designing homes around their lifestyle and personality.

We call this the NIH Homes Innovative Design Process. You’ll call it the smartest way to build a home.

Today, Larry’s three sons, Jeremy, Chad and Colt are ready to help you the same way Larry has helped hundreds of other NIH Homes customers.
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Craftsman's Choice did a great job.

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· Golden Valley

Outstanding repair and maintenance service. Tami at Dolphin Pool is a rock star...she knows her stuff.

Krista F.

Review of Timberland Exteriors by

· Hopkins

We are very happy that we chose Timberland Exteriors. Their hard-working and experienced team made our 75 year old house look new again!

Lynn N.

Review of Advantage Construction Inc by

· Shakopee

Mike and Erik were great to work with. They told us what to expect along the way. Erik was here when clean up was being done to make sure everything was cleaned up.We forgot to move some of the landscaping ornaments so the crew moved them so they wouldn't get broken from falling shingles.

Hi! PLEASE HELP! In need of a REPUTABLE roofing inspector in St. Louis area. Botched roofing job.

Ryan Lee of Supreme Contracting PRO answered:

Dec 21, 2016
Hi, I hope I can provide some insight and help. First, as a storm restoration contractor the insurance company does not usually supply enough materials to get the job done to meet building code, and t ... read more
Last edited Dec 21, 2016 4:22pm
how to report a complaint to warn homeowners of a roofer's bad/irrespoonsible customer service?
Aug 17, 2015
Reviews are very important to such a company. I would advise filing a complaint with the BBB in your area as other have stated, along with sharing your experience on their other pages like google, fac ... read more

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