We understand that a builder's ability to connect with their clients is of utmost importance. Wentworth Builders is committed to providing our customers with exactly what they want -- we accomplish this through communication, either in person, via phone, fax, e-mail, and through the use of digital photos, to let you know that your project is on track, with no surprises, and it will be the way you have always visualized it.

Wentworth Builders' open communication extends to the bid process as well. When a potential client asks for a quote, we provide them with all of the costs broken out in each category of the building process. The customer is included every step of the way so that they can maintain control of their construction costs. During construction, our customers receive copies of all invoices on a monthly basis.

Why Build in Michigan?

The reasons that so many people choose to build homes in Northwest Michigan are obvious: the abundance of natural beauty and endless recreational opportunities. Unlike other parts of Michigan, our geography can provide unique challenges and opportunities when selecting a location to build a new home or cottage. At Wentworth Builders, we work together with our homeowners and take the time to consider all of the related aspects of the building site. We view our finished work as an extension of our homeowners' original vision and ensure that all phases of construction meet our standards of the highest quality, artistry and careful attention to detail. We cater to discriminating homeowners who appreciate exceptional architecture, high quality craftsmanship, and personalized interior design. Professionalism is our primary focus.

A collaborative effort should enhance, not constrain, the imagination. "If you open the door to creative thinking, people will show you what they want," Kennard says. "Show us your dreams and we will bring them to life."

My son Trent, who is 29 and buying and rehabbing houses in Cincinnati has just arrived. He has been in Australia visiting his brother on his first vacation in years and this is why he has not been here yet. He has walked this house in and out. It was dark and he was still outside with a flashlight. And he is in awe. When we told him we were going to tear down and be in at the end of June, he was very concerned. He is young in the game, but he sees something incredible. Tomorrow, he will walk the house in and out, which is what I would imagine you also would do for your parents. But, he is not looking for something wrong, but learning from your craftsmanship. Once again I thank you.