One of the great beauties of architecture is that each time, it is like life starting all over again.
Beau Granger is a real-estate developer and General Contractor established in 2002, Kirkland resident since 2000, and born & raised on the eastside. A second-generation real estate developer with extensive experience building infill urban homes. He often collaborates with his father and three brothers who each have their own development companies. Together the Granger family holds over 125 years of experience in the real-estate development and construction industry and have built an estimated 1,000+ homes in the greater Seattle area.
With the rich culture and diversity on the eastside we build a wide range of home styles including contemporary, craftsman, cottage, modern, farmhouse, and Scandinavian. Projects include both single-family homes and multi-family homes. We continue researching and exploring new and improved building methods and materials. This is achievable through passionate building, care to detail and taking absolutely no shortcuts.
What is the secret to Imagine Homes’ success?
Our Vision – We are dedicated to it.
It takes true passion to build homes the right way. Our vision is based on offering exceptional homes that are focused on green building, high efficiency, sustainability, comfort, architectural details, functionality, and sheer comfort features that give discerning buyers a reason to be passionate about our homes. Along with our unwavering commitment to quality building practices, we are dedicated to building trust with our clients, ensuring their satisfaction with our homes.
Impeccable Quality – We are known for it.
With one step inside an Imagine home, the extraordinary quality and rich character are impressive. Exceptional craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail are evident throughout. Buyers seeking something that “just feels right” will often be enthused and delighted to find what they are looking for and then some when visiting our homes.
Sustainable Building – We’ve earned a distinction in it.
A variety of factors earn a home its Built-Green designation, from site planning, use of healthy materials, to energy efficiency, durability and sustainability. In 2010, we are proud to be one of the first builders to qualify for the Department of Energy Building America Challenge (DOE Builders Challenge) in Seattle. The minimum requirement to qualify is to build a home 30% more efficient than the internationalenergy efficiency building code. By meeting this standard, we beat 99.5% of all new construction