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Sonoma Homes is family-owned and operated. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services come with a personal touch. Trust us with your new home and you'll be glad you did.
We are one of Northeast Ohio’s premier home builders and renovation contractors. We’ve been building and renovating throughout California and Northeast Ohio for over 30 years. Along the way we have forged wonderful relationships with our clients, all of whom have come to trust our company’s exceptional craftsmanship, use of advanced materials and technologies, and energy-wise, eco-friendly building practices.
Our approach to the building process strongly emphasizes listening and communicating with our clients. We understand the importance of keeping our clients advised on all steps of the building process. A project is not complete until our clients are completely satisfied.
We understand that choosing a contractor is a serious decision. We encourage you to contact us for a list of our most recent projects and clients so that you can learn more about our methods of construction and our clients’ experiences with us.
If you are building a new home, or re-building a home you love, we want to be a part of that journey. We love what we do and we know you will love working along with us to complete the home of your dreams.
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