Asheville, NC Home Builders

A custom design allows you to tailor every aspect of your home to match exactly what you have always dreamed of.  It's something you just can't get when buying an existing house.  That's why we do things a little differently.  Primarily, we listen to you - it's in our DNA to translate your dream home into a reality.  For over 20 years, we have strived to make the building process as seamless and enjoyable as possible, and commit to not only building quality homes, but lifelong friendships along the way.

Whether you need a custom remodel or a custom home, our commitments remain the same.  We work with you every step of the way, from design and layout to the finishing touches, getting to know your preferences, lifestyle and needs.  It's important to us to incorporate the exact details that will make your home distinctly yours.

Richard Killian Construction features only quality craftsmanship and products that we would be proud to have in our own homes.  It's how we approach every project, as if we we're building it for ourselves.

Every subcontractor down to every piece of material used is evaluated to meet our high quality standards and your complete satisfaction.

Every Richard Killian home is an outstanding example of attention to detail, pride of workmanship and exception design.  Our Asheville NC area homes have graced the pages of magazines, This Old House, People and Log Home Living.  But what gives us even greater satisfaction is enhancing our area and providing families with beautiful, quality homes to enjoy for years to come.

Featured in This Old House magazine...

Viva Victorian: A North Carolina Couple Restores a Dilapidated 1880s House to its Former Glory

When Karen and Pete Nagle's youngest daughter graduated from high school, the family took a trip to Hot Springs, North Carolina, and fell in love with the 600-person community. 

Contractor Richard Killian constructed the addition to their "Old  Rumbough" place, an 1868 three-story Italianate mansion, with a wraparound porch and a tower.  It was originally built by Colonel James Henry Holcombe Rumbough, who ran a stagecoach from Greenville, Tennessee to Greenville, South Carolina.  The Building was decapitated in the 1950s, perhaps because it was in disrepair - though some say it was to get rid of ghosts ... More

Featured in Log Home Living magazine...

A North Carolina Couple Borrows Ideas From Several Eras to Create a Welcoming Vacation Getaway

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.  The adage works as well when building a log home as it does for planning for the perfect wedding.

Home owners Mike and Lonnie James blended a turn-of-the-century hammerhead truss, pine planks recycled from long-ago factories and antique-style lighting with new spruce log walls to create an inviting North Carolina home.  They borrowed ides from years of scouring log home magazines and visiting shows and models with friends... More

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