Building Relationships One Home At A Time

We know there are many residential construction companies you can choose from and we are honored you are visiting with us today. The team you select will become an integral part of your life for a period of time. When making a decision on a contractor, the difference you will find with Northpointe Construction is within our company culture. Maintaining both an economic and spiritual denominator as a Christian business, our entire philosophy is built upon the application of faith-based principals in our sales and service process.

We believe everyone matters and everyone has a unique purpose to fulfill.

Our pledge is that we aren’t only about providing superior quality and craftsmanship; which comes as an implicit standard on all our projects. Our assurance to you is our commitment to authentic and unequivocal customer service. We’re about building relationships, so that your custom home or renovation is a true reflection of you and a place where your distinct purpose can thrive and flourish and advance.

It is our desire to add you to our family of satisfied clients.


OUR BELIEFS: We are a Christian company that believes everyone matters and has a distinct purpose to fulfill. Your home is a place where your unique mission can be shaped, nurtured, and advanced.

OUR PUBLIC PURPOSE: We are committed to making an invaluable contribution to our region by building inspiring homes & spaces that are personally tailored to the needs and distinct purposes of our clients, which will enrich their lives and thereby bring about a positive impact on families and communities.

OUR PERSONAL MISSION: We are about building long-term relationships with our clients and tradespeople, to learn and gain understanding from one other, in order to mutually serve the people of our area and around the world.

Features to start, sell & grow




  • New Construction/Custom Homes
  • Remodeling/Renovating
  • Additions
  • Multifamily/Townhomes
  • Outdoor Specialty Spaces
  • Exterior Renovations

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Hire A contractor

Whether your dream is to build a brand-new custom luxury home or renovate an existing one, our process will help take the guess work out of your project.

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Plan for Success
Get three bids to gauge the going rate for work. But don't jump at the lowest bid; our surveys have shown that people who hired the lowest bidder generally got poorer work.
Get an Estimate
It should list product, material, and labor costs and a timetable. Material and product allowances should give prices and quantities. Compare services and prices before making a final decision.
Choose Pros You Know
Our surveys have indicated that people who hire contractors they had worked with before were happier and had fewer time and cost overruns than those who hired someone new. While readers who hired pros recommended by a friend or neighbor were more satisfied than those who hired strangers, they faced as many delays and extra costs. ​
Get References
From recent and older jobs. Reputable contractors will be happy to provide names and contact information for satisfied customers. Then check the work to see how it’s holding up.
Look for Proper Licensing and Insurance
Make sure the contractor is licensed to do business in your state and that he has proper general liability and workers-compensation insurance. Check with your local government for permit requirements and confirm with the contractor who is responsible for paying for permits. Also visit the Contractor's License Reference Site to learn about licensing requirements in your state and to find out if a contractor is licensed.
Obtain a Contract
A written contract will specify what will be done to complete the job, associated costs, and the payment schedule. Never sign a blank contract or one with blank spaces.
Pay by Check
Write out the check to the contracting company rather than to an individual. A reasonable down payment is 10 percent of the total project cost to be paid upon signing of contract.
Stick with the Plans
Making changes to plans after work begins could lead to cost overruns and delays.
Make Final Payments
The work is completed to your satisfaction. A reputable contractor will not threaten you or pressure you to sign documents if the job is not finished properly.
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