About Larlee Construction
Larlee has a Broad Experience Level
Larlee – Historic RenovationsLarlee Construction, LLC specializes in historic renovations, additions and repairs to historic homes and buildings throughout Aiken County and surrounding areas. Our home restorations blend seamlessly with the architectural style and period details of the historic home, while adding the modern convenience, energy efficiency and comfort that you need today. Turn to the old home experts, Larlee Construction, LLC, to preserve your home’s historic character, longevity, functionality and value.
Larlee Custom HomesLarlee Construction, LLC builds custom homes to the exact specifications of our clients. Recognizing that each home is a reflection of Larlee Constructions combined talents and experience as well as the culmination of their customers dreams and plans, Larlee Construction adheres to the convictions of quality, integrity and excellence to assure exceptional customer satisfaction and an enhanced reputation as a builder of exceptional homes.
Growing up in the horse business, Grant Larlee developed a keen eye for what is necessary to construct state of the art equestrian properties. Grant is the best of both worlds, a proven horsemen and builder building equestrian properties. Count on Larlee Construction for your next equestrian project.
Larlee Construction Projects Recognized
Three of Larlee Construction’s projects were recently recognized at the 2010 Historic Aiken Foundation Awards. The Wilde-Lipe Treasure Home award was presented to Inglenook Cottage on Two Notch Road, and the Gaston House/Livery on Park Avenue. The Historic Aiken Adaptive Use Award was presented to Well Spring Farms on Two Notch Road.
Larlee Awarded Certified Green Professional (CGP) Designation
Grant Larlee of Larlee Construction recently became one of the select group of professional builders, remodelers and other industry professionals nationwide who have earned the Certified Green Professional (CGP) designation, identifying him as someone with knowledge of the best strategies for incorporating green building principles into homes.
The CGP program is administered by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) University of Housing and sponsored locally by the Home Builders Association of Aiken County.
Larlee Achieves Master Builder DesignationSC Master Builder
Grant Larlee of Larlee Construction, LLC has earned the designation of Certified Master Builder in Aiken. “This means that Grant has gone far beyond merely holding a state builders license,” said Master Builder Chairman A.P. Neal.
Neal explained, “The Master Builder Program was created by the Home Builders Association of South Carolina as a way to increase the professionalism of home builders in the state and to provide an increased level of protection for consumers.”
In order to reach this level, Grant had to participate in 20 hours of continuing education, provide seven reference letters, assure a one-year warranty on all his homes and show at least five years’ experience in home building.
Master Builders must sign an agreement that requires him to provide the client with a construction contract and that he maintain membership in the Home Builders Association.
Although South Carolina has one of the most rigorous licensing requirements in the country, the Home Builders Association of SC has begun this program to allow builders to go up even higher.
“This program is good for our builders” said A.P. Neal, “but it is even better news for consumers.” Neal said only twenty states require a person to take a written test to be licensed. “Although we are one of those states we have felt we could do even better,” said Neal.