ABOUT

Meet Biringer Builders, where quality and imagination meets jaw-dropping design; where beauty is found in every custom detail, and old-fashioned integrity typifies the company’s hard earned reputation for excellence. Biringer Builders knows how to construct a superior custom home and has decades of gratified homeowners to tell you about it.

 

Craftsmanship and quality are the foundation on which Jim Biringer began the company in 1979. Today, John Waters continues the tradition of custom workmanship and an unsurpassed customer experience. They lead a team of sales and design professionals that provide the vision, service, and attention to detail that has become tantamount with the Biringer name. John is a Class A General Contractor and Certified Green Professional.

 

What else is synonymous with the Biringer brand? The WOW factor. Step into any Biringer home and you will experience uncompromised construction and hot new trends in home building and design. The gourmet kitchen you just saw on Houzz? The master suite you recently pinned on Pinterest? Biringer brings those grand ideas to life in the floorplans of their homes. And people are noticing. Recently Houzz named Biringer as one of its best in Design and Client Satisfaction, as well as a primary Influencer in the industry. Biringer Builders swept the Parade Awards in 2013, 2014, and again in 2015. The Homebuilding Association of Richmond honored them as BUILDER OF THE YEAR in 2014, the pinnacle of achievement in the homebuilding business.

 

A true custom builder, Biringer delivers a home building experience that allows clients to dream while the Biringer team manages all the details. Biringer Builders designs custom plans tailored specifically to the homeowner, or clients can select from a portfolio of plans that can be adjusted to fit their needs. Biringer’s “dream team” of employees, craftsman, architects, designers, suppliers and sub-contractors manages all the complexities of building a custom home with impeccable attention to quality, craftsmanship, and most importantly, the homeowner.