Summit Custom Homes, Inc.

Summit Custom Homes, Inc. is a contractor based in Indianapolis, IN. We don't have any additional information about Summit Custom Homes, Inc..

If this is your business, claim your profile to edit your company information, collect and respond to reviews, and answer questions from homeowners.

Leave the first review

Have you had work done by Summit Custom Homes, Inc.? Let everyone know about your experience by leaving a review!

Leave review
Stella L.

Review of L.J. Stone Co., Inc. by

· Peru

I was just really happy with their work, their personalities, and just everything. They were here two days, and when they cleaned up, they cleaned up everything - even my sink and stuff they weren't even close to. They were just really, really good, and if the product itself stays this good, I'll be... more

Susan C.

Review of Biehl Brothers Contracting LLC by

· cincinnati

Biehl Brothers did a fantastic job on our bath remodel. We were very pleased with all facets of working with them. A special thanks to Joe who completed our job and Ryan for all his help in the planning.

Scott N.

Review of Champion Windows of Cincinnati by

· Hamilton

I am very satisfied with the final product but the installation process and scheduling was very poor.

Filip G.

Review of Kitchen Brothers by

· Dayton

We needed a complete make-over of our 3 bathrooms. House was built in 1989,and none have been touched since. We choose Kitchen Brothers to do the project. They did an outstanding job from start to finish. The Kitchen Brothers Team can be characterized as: Trustworthy, Professional, Great Craftsma... more

Looking for tips for a ceiling fan installation
Dec 30, 2015
In all honesty, hire a professional electrician. They will know how to install the right equipment to be sure your fan remains where it belongs and is safely wired. Good luck!
can i replace the formica on my kitchen counters without pulling out and replacing the whole counter. In other words, can you cement new formica over what is t
Sep 23, 2015
Unfortunately, no, applying another layer of laminate is not a viable option. Most homeowners do not have the proper tool to adequately heat the surface to adhere the laminate, as the adhesive typical ... read more
Last edited Sep 24, 2015 8:35am

Learn why professional home builders and home improvement contractors join our community of quality.

Get started