Beautiful Custom Homes

Enjoy the comfort of a home built for your family’s unique needs.

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Healthy Homes

Breath deep, relax, and feel great.

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Comfort Beyond Belief

No. Really. It’s THAT comfortable!

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Deep Energy Retrofits and Additions

A different kind of home makeover that impacts your quality of life.

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Durable and Resilient

The calm confidence of unmatched safety and security.

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Engineered Solutions

Deliver consistent comfort, superior strength, and peaceful living.

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Comfort

Create a home where every room can be enjoyed, all year long. Eliminate the annoyance of noisy, intrusive HVAC systems. Bask in the peace of a home completely free of drafts (even next to a picture window!)

Health

Most people spend more time in their home than any other single place. Improving your quality of life starts with a healthy home—a home built to address your unique needs now and as you age: asthma, diabetes, bad knees or back, and the list can go on…

Efficiency

Our building process and choice materials deliver a home built to relieve the pressure of increasing energy costs far beyond anything you have experienced.

What We Do

R-Value Homes specializes in the planning and construction of highly energy efficient, comfortable, and healthy homes using a combination of Insulating Concrete Forms (ICF), air sealing, passive solar design, triple pane windows, engineered HVAC systems, and energy modeling. Our unique building systems result in a home that you and your family will enjoy every day for generations. We work closely with our homeowner clients and a network of expert subcontractors to provide complete (“turn-key”) homes in West Michigan. Outside that area, we work through your builder or directly with you the homeowner to “shell” in the home.

R Value Concrete Structures, LLC is a BBB Accredited Home Builder in Clarksville, MI

Testimonials
I really don't think it matters nearly as much when you start building with ICFs. We started in the middle of December 2008 during some pretty heavy snow storms. We were dried in by the end of January, and that included lumber delays caused by the bankruptcy and closing of a major lumber distributor. We had three 50 degree days in a row in February and were able to shingle the roof, which was a very cut up design. I spoke with the couple earlier this week and they have yet to turn the heat on--it is still in the 70's in the house.
Josh Zito
Owner / Coastline Building
It's wonderful to live in our home (even though much work remains for me to complete on it).  Our energy bills are lower on this house than on our old home which is 1/2 the size and sits vacant :)  Thank you.
Jeff S.
ICF homeowner/self-contracted

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