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Judd Singer – Villa Custom Homes Made From The Earth

Rammed Earth Homes Provide a Cost-Effective Alternative to Adobe

Video Highlights

Chapter One: 2:31 – Rammed Earth Home Construction

Chapter Two: 7:06 – Earth Walls Problematic for Internet Access

Chapter Three: 9:20 – Energy Efficient Green Building

Chapter Four: 17:27 – Building Cost Rammed Earth vs. Frame Home

The Organ Mountains in Las Cruces, New Mexico

Founded August of 1996 the qualifying party for Villa Custom Homes, Inc., and holder of the New Mexico issued GB-98 license is Judd Singer.

For more than 23 years, Judd and Villa Custom Homes, Inc. has been at the leading edge of the custom home building industry in our area. Our homes have always aspired to evoke the beauty and distinct qualities of the Southwest.  Judd has over two decades of experience in building unique and beautiful homes and working directly with homebuyers to achieve their desired outcome.

Judd began in construction as a young man, first working as a laborer, later obtaining skills in carpentry, framing, and finishing homes as well as several other trades, he began by building small structures on his parent’s New Mexico farm.

At the age of 24 Judd took a drastic and sudden change in his career path. He established Mesilla Valley Computer Corporation (MVCC) which ultimately owned and operated a number of retail computer dealerships in El Paso, Juarez, Roswell and Las Cruces. The company was sold in 1994 and Judd began developing real estate again.

By the time he entered the custom home building industry, he had acquired a broad and unique set of knowledge and skills through his work in building and computers.

Villa Custom Homes, Inc.’s Mission and Vision

Our mission is to maintain the Villa legacy of quality homes with lasting values and unmatched craftsmanship. Moreover, our vision is to continue constructing sustainable rammed earth homes of lasting value and to uphold the standards of excellence when it comes to building, architecture, and design.

 

 

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