Mid Columbia Valley

In the early 1800‘s Lewis and Clark traveled through what would later become Kennewick, Washington, on their way westward across the Continent. The rich farmland, spring crops, and mild winters were of note—not to mention the stunning views and natural wonders of the Yakima and Columbia Rivers. Today, Yakima is home to just under 100,000 residents and a thriving agricultural community.

We'd like to think that if Lewis and Clark came West again, they'd stay right here in Yakima—and set down roots in one of our custom designed Adair Homes, fit for every lifestyle. With Adair, it's easy to customize any of our house plans. Does Lewis need a map room? No problem. And maybe Clark wants a study with built-in cabinetry for artifacts and specimens? We can do it. Bring your dreams and ideas to our Adair Homes Mid Columbia Valley office today. If we can help Lewis and Clark, we can help you, too.

1915 Steptoe St, #C
Kennewick, WA 99336

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are your most popular floor plans in the Kennewick or Richland area?

Olympus, Mt. Rainier, Cashmere, Oswego, and Arcadia West.

How much does it cost to build a house on land in Washington?

There are many factors that determine the cost of your build in Mid Columbia Valley. Read our blog to learn more at: https://blog.adairhomes.com/where-you-live/costtobuildmcv.

How well do your building materials hold up in the wet Pacific Northwest climate?

All building materials that Adair Homes uses for the exterior of your home are specifically engineered for the Pacific Northwest weather. This includes our roofing, windows, aluminum gutters, flashing, and James Hardie siding and trim products.

What kind of indoor flood prevention systems do you provide?

We don't have any flood prevention systems in our homes. We are not aware of any code-required items and/or any features that other builders may provide that prevents flooding inside a home. We recommend you verify with your homeowners insurance that you would be protected from this sort of event.

What types of outdoor living options do you provide?

Check out our blog to learn tips and options on building the perfect outdoor living area for your family in our blog: https://blog.adairhomes.com/homebuilding-tips/outdoorliving.

What permits are needed to build a house in Washington?

First, it depends on what jurisdiction you are in. Some jurisdictions combine it all under one single-family building permit, but most have them spread out and require a building permit, electrical permit, plumbing permit, fire sprinkler permit, and right of way permit. We recommend checking with your local jurisdiction for specific requirements for your project.
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My favorite thing about Adair Homes is the PEOPLE! Our expereince was very enjoyable from the beginning! It wasn't like working with a stranger....we were designing our dream home with a friend! All of the people we dealt with at Adair are warm and so helpful!

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