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As a family owned and operated build on your land Texas custom home builder, Tilson has worked to earn homebuyer's trust for over 85 years. Our Texas roots date back to 1932 when Jack B. Tilson first started a home building business. We are a company that keeps its word and have never strayed from our original commitment to being a reliable homebuilder that Texans can trust for quality. When you build with Tilson you get the home you want, on the land you love, built from the ground up. That's how we became one of the largest Built On Your Lot custom home builders in Texas.
We have Model Home Centers in Angleton, Boerne, Bryan, Georgetown, Katy, McKinney, Midlothian, San Marcos, Spring, Weatherford, and coming soon to Waxahachie.
"The whole experience was just a joy!"
"We've had absolutely nothing go wrong with the house for the 14 years that we've had it. We've had zero in the way of issues so we figured for our next home - no sense in fighting success!"
"The no construction loan helped a lot financially. We didn't have to dip into our retirement savings to front all the money to get started on our home. "
"With Tilson, we were able to walk in and get exactly what we wanted without any hassle"
"Tilson's quality of homes exceeded our expectations, it's everything we've dreamed about."
"Anytime we know someone who is getting ready to build, we tell them you're making a mistake if they don't talk to someone at Tilson first."
"Tilson puts their very best quality in all the homes they build."
"Tilson's Easybuy program helped us out tremendously"
"The materials that they used are quality, they build a sound house and as a result, our electric bills are cheaper. Our home is 2x the size of our last home, but our utility bills are cheaper."
"Building our house was the most rewarding experience and we've had absolutely no problems."
"Everyone at the model home center was friendly and courteous and we loved our experience there. It was why we came back to Tilson. "