For more than 30 years, we at McNaughton Homes have crafted a tradition of excellence. As a family-owned company, we build award-winning, energy-efficient homes with family-friendly designs and superior craftsmanship.
Attention to detail is the hallmark of every McNaughton Home. Even down to the alignment of the screw heads on all of our light switches and outlets, we know that the smallest of details are what makes your home one of lasting value.
Compare Home-to-Home with the next builder. At McNaughton Homes, we make sure we include all of the essentials and exceed mandatory builder code.
Our home is 9 years old now and the quality of the original construction is very visible, little to no settling, dry basement, roof is still in excellent condition, no cracks in the driveway, all the rain gutters remain working without leaks, windows are still tight and energy-efficient. Simply very happy with our selection. The quality of the components they supplied in the base build, for example, garage door openers, furnace, AC & hot water heater were top of the line not lower end entry price point equipment.”MMark Home Buyer
I love my new home. The staff in the office and on the job during construction are professional, quite knowledgeable, and friendly. They are all easy to work with, and when I requested changes to the floor plan they were most accommodating. I think my new home is well-built and beautiful. Thank you.”SSandy Home Buyer
I built my home over 9 years ago and still love every part of it. The build quality of a home should be your number 1 priority and McNaughton Homes is top-notch. I would build another home over and over again with McNaughton. Not only do I live in a McNaughton home but I also sell them!”JJennifer Home Buyer
Developed by the Residential Energy Services Network (RESNET), the Home Energy Rating System (HERS) Index is an easy-to-understand energy efficiency measuring tool that assigns a numerical value to homes based on energy performance. The lower the score, the more energy efficient the home. It’s like a miles-per-gallon label for houses.