Since 1972, Garman Builders has been in the business of building homes and communities in Lancaster and surrounding counties. Our reputation and success is a result of decades of satisfying home buyers – we owe our prosperity to our customer’s referrals!
A Passion for Detail
Every home we build is constructed with exceptional quality products, features, and design elements that you can’t find anywhere else. From vaulted ceilings and open floor plans to the finishing touches that make a home truly outstanding: intricate molding detail, ceiling texture for added dimension, and rounded corners to soften the atmosphere. Come visit one of our model homes and you’ll see the difference!
Your Custom-Fit Home Awaits
We build homes with the options you want, with your own style, to fit your needs, and within a budget that is right for you. We enjoy meeting and developing personal relationships with each of our clients from the beginning, during the construction process, and until the move in date ensuring that everything goes smoothly.
Lumber & Trusses
Every home is built with graded, kilndried lumber and trusses that meet or exceed the strictest standards set by the American Wood Products Association. You can have full confidence in the quality construction of your Garman home.
Your walls will do more than maintain the structural support of your home. With ThermalStar, a home is wrapped in laminated sheathing panel, creating a protective barrier to heat, cold, water, and noise.
Lessen floor squeaks with wood floor bracing, which comes standard in every Garman home, increasing the structural integrity of the floor system.
Smart homeowners demand the Superior Walls advantage. For superior new home comfort, Superior Walls foundations are custom-designed and built to demanding specifications to be dry, warm, and smart.
“Free-flowing and open” is the design in each Garman home, with plenty of flex space and storage. Eliminating interior walls makes entertaining more enjoyable, as you can socialize with guests in the living room while you’re cooking in the kitchen. In addition, an open design allows for more natural light and a better connection to your outdoor space.