Experienced Builders in Carroll County
Owings Brothers Contracting has its office in Sykesville, located in Carroll County. Over the past seventeen years we have been operating in the area and have come to know the neighborhoods in the towns that inhabit this county, Sykesville, Westminster, Eldersburg, Mt. Airy, Finksburg, Marriottsville and Hampstead, to name a few. A rapidly developing county from farm community to suburbia, since its establishment in 1837, Carroll County, has experienced great growth in recent years and has been considered a “bedroom community” for the Washington DC and the Baltimore Metro area. A community that offers most all the conveniences of a more metropolitan area with many restaurants, shopping, Blue Ribbon schools and several colleges/universities.
We thank Owings crews for the selfless giving of their time and talent to others in the community as they worked diligently for three weekends removing and rebuilding two decks and remodeling a kitchen for a young single mom in Westminster, Maryland through Habitat for Humanity Carroll County.
“We’ve been through several phases of construction with Owings Brothers over the past 5 years and I really can’t express enough our level of satisfaction. Every person we’ve dealt with in the organization has been professional, honest and prompt. The communication throughout each project was great and we’ve always felt like we were their only customer. There’s something to be said about that local family business, and Owings does it right. They have a customer for life with us. I’m only giving 5 stars because 6 stars is not an option!”
“From start to finish, our custom new home built by Owings Brothers Contracting, was done with great care and expertise. From the design phase, through the building process, our project manager, and each subcontractor carefully consulted one another, and us, to make sure each phase was done with excellence, and openness in communication and workmanship. As a family business, an atmosphere of open dialogue created flexibility within our floor plan, as well as careful progress planning each month during construction.”