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Southwest Washington

Living in the Southwest Washington area

The Pacific Northwest is a special place to live. Our sense of community, connectivity, and civic pride are rare finds these days — plus three hundred days of green. And as a center of cosmopolitan arts and culture it’s no surprise we attract visitors from all over the United States. It’s no wonder so many new families are moving to Southwest Washington.

It is with particular pride that Adair Home’s serves the great Vancouver, Washington area by providing top quality, attractive houses for every budget. Adair Homes believes in the life-changing power of home ownership. Through our unique home building process, Adair homes realize built-in equity from day one! Speak with one of our Homeownership Counselors today to find out how your financial future might be positively impacted through building an Adair home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our most popular plans in this region include the Winchester, Oswego, Douglas, Liberty, and Bannock.
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 products.
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.
Our home warranty provides our customers with a one-year workmanship warranty and a 10-year structural warranty. For coverage involving natural events, we recommend you contact your home insurance company.
Every jurisdiction is different in regards to what permits are required to build a house. Typically you are required to have a building planning permit, ensuring you're able to build on your land; a master building permit, ensuring you're able to build that specific home on your land; and permits for septic systems, wells, and so forth.