Welcome to Singletary Construction
Attention to detail doesn’t come close to describing the unique qualities of a Singletary home. From the very first step to the last, Singletary Construction always have the homeowner in mind. There is no detail too small to be overlooked or ignored. Have you ever wondered why a door opened a certain way, or a wall was shaped the way it was? These are some of the small things that can aid to the functionality and comfort in your new home, things that most builders won’t care about.
With a long history in framing, we are well aware of the structural roadblocks that arrise when designing a your custom home. Extensive knowledge in both fields allows us to take your custom home design further than anyone else. What are you waiting for? Contact us to day an find out how you can get started on your very own Singletary Custom Home.
A third generation builder, Bert Singletary started in the home building industry back in the early ’90’s. His main focus was quality framing. The life of a home depends strongly on structure. With that in mind, Singletary moved forward to set a new standard for the caliber of work in his field. In the mid ’90’s Singletary started working with homeowners directy for home additions and extensive remodeling. Given his background, he was able to see projects from unique perspective.
Bert found his outlook to be particularly useful when he began home building consultation services in early 2001. Working with other home builders during his framing and consultation projects, he noticed the lack of quality in the area and the need for a higher standard of builder. In 2005, Singletary Construction was born. Since then Singletary Construction has grown to become the most professional custom home builder in the Middle Tennessee area.
Our professional team, will make building your dream home and enjoyable experience from the selection of your plan, through the detailing to fit your lifestyle and making your selections. We make home buying fun and easy. Choose one of the links below to get started!
Your satisfaction is our passion. We build homes to last and stand behind that. When you buy a house from Singletary Construction you’re getting more than just a house, your getting a home. We provide our homeowners with amenities and features that make all the difference.
When you buy a Singletary Home, here’s what you get:
- Custom Trim & Crown Moulding
- Tray Ceilings
- Vaulted Ceilings
- Chair Railing
- Custom all tile shower w/ tile ceilings and floors
- Tile in all wet areas
- Granite countertops
- Hardwood Flooring
- Top Graded Appliances
- Custom Lighting
- Alarm System
- Pre-wired Surround Sound
- Locally Manufactured Trane Heating & Cooling System
- Rounded Drywall Corners
What We’re About
In 2005 we had an opportunity to frame the home for Sgt. Rodriguez, a soldier whose convoy was tragecly struck with a roadside bomb in iraq. Rodriguez lost his right leg and two fingertips in the blast. After ungoing 16 Surgeries, Sgt. Rodriguez was able to walk again with the help of a prosthetic and crutches. But their small home was too narrow and awkward to accommodate his crutches and new needs. It was an honor and a priviledge to give this brave soldier and his loving family an accomodating home they can all be proud of.
In 2009 we were able to help again when Trina Scott and her three daughters needed it most. Trina’s husband Dave was a former soldier and a Clarksville Police officer. Tragedy struck in 2002 when Dave was killed in the line of duty. Raising three daughters on her own and volunteering her free time to C.O.P.S. has left Trina with little time to care for her deteriorating house, which has been ravaged by termites. With the foundation eaten away, the house is on its last legs. After our team and the rest of the community got involved Trina now has a new home that will be safe for her and her daughters for many years to come.
Homes for Troops
In 2010 we were able to frame the house of SSG Heath Calhoun of the 101st Airborne Division. Calhoun lost both of his legs in Iraq when a rocket-propelled grenade hit his Humvee on November 7, 2003. It was a heart-warming feeling and a joy for us to be able to help accomodate this deserving soldier by framing the open and accessible new home for him and his family.