Custom Home Builder

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Green Construction

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Hayes Construction, Inc.

“Truly Custom.”

Welcome to Hayes Construction…

We are a custom home builder located in Tucson, Arizona. We specialize in custom homes, additions and large remodeling projects. Our company prides itself in being a family owned and operated business that will work closely with you to build the home of your dreams at a price that is competitive. We have been building for over 30 years and have established lasting relationships with suppliers, subcontractors, and past clients. From frame stucco to masonry to the latest building techniques we are prepared to build your dream. We are fully licensed, bonded and insured and a member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB). Please feel free to contact us with any questions about our company or your project by email or phone (520) 297-9643. We can start creating your dream home from scratch, steer you to an architect or draftsman that fits your needs, or work with your existing plans. It is always beneficial to bring your builder into the process early. We can offer cost saving, energy efficient and design ideas that will benefit your project. If you already have a fully developed set of plans we will gladly give you a free, competitive quote to build your home. Either way, it is our goal to create an experience that you will enjoy for a lifetime.

Hard To Imagine Having Our Wonderful Home Without Hayes Construction

Without Hayes Construction, it is hard for us to imagine having the wonderful home that we have today… Their flexibility, patience, and detailed approach demonstrated to us that their first goal was…
Billy, John and Michelle Peard

Hayes Construction Was A Breath Of Fresh Air

"After working with other construction firms, Hayes Construction was a breath of fresh air. They keep you informed, do what they say they are going to do, do it in a timely manner and keep the paperwork…
Bob and Mary Ellen Bishop

Our Home Building Experience Was A Happy One

Building a new home should be a happy experience. An experience that can challenge creativity which will ultimately generate a satisfying feeling of personal pride all of which will result in a comfortable…
Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Lovell

2 Homes Built By Hayes Construction

Tom and Sue have built two homes for us. The first one was built in Oro Valley and we lived in it for 12 years. The second home was built in Vail and we have been in it now for nearly five years… Tom…
Jim and Susan Framberger

Insulated Concrete Forms… Who Knew?

The construction industry has evolved over time based on consumers desires and price constraints. Tucson has not been immune to these shifts and in recent years we have seen a strong interest to have green building products and efficiencies incorporated into our clients custom homes. This desire for a green and efficient home has led many to question the conventional construction methods that have been used for decades if not centuries or longer. One product that was developed in the 60s and 70s is making a resurgence now. Insulated concrete forms or ICFs are a type of building material that is typically used for exterior walls. ICF blocks are stacked to create a continuous form that is filled with concrete to create a strong and well insulated exterior wall for the home. In our industry these blocks are referred to as Grey Blocks and White Blocks. In my opinion both types of block have there benefits and drawbacks. Below is a description of the pros and cons of each along with some examples: Grey Block: Grey blocks are great because they are typically made from post consumer material. This keeps non-biodegradable Styrofoam out of the landfills which is always a plus. Grey blocks are also very easy to shape and mold giving a flexibility in design that is harder to achieve when using a white block.  The cons that we have found using grey block is that they don’t have precise dimensions. They can very by 1/4 inch in some cases making it difficult to stack and align. Another issue with grey block is it does not have any furring strips to attach...