The Soundbuilt Homes Story
Headquartered in beautiful South Puget Sound, Soundbuilt Homes has been creating new communities throughout the Pacific Northwest for the past forty years. Founded on the principles of integrity, value, and service, our family owned company cultivates long-lasting relationships. A majority of our employees, contractors, craftsmen, and area partners have been with us for decades. And our team has delivered more than 5,000 homes for families across King, Pierce, and Thurston Counties.
Our thoughtfully designed floor plans celebrate outdoor living and offer options for bringing the beauty of the Pacific Northwest into your home. Attention to architectural details, upscale interior finishes, and specialty features are included for additional value.
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Soundbuilt Homes is locally-owned and operated. Our employees, vendors, contractors and subcontractors all live and work right here in the Puget Sound region. We’re not only committed to building new homes in western Washington, we’re also committed to making a difference and giving back with community involvement and charitable giving. Over the years we’ve supported many community causes and non-profits, here are a few of the most recent.
Mary Bridge Children's Hospital
Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital is the only pediatric hospital in the South Sound dedicated to serving the special health needs of children. In 2015, Soundbuilt Homes donated $10,000 toward these efforts.
Home Aid Puget Sound
Home Aid Puget Sound is an organization that assists homebuilders and remodelers in their quest to provide housing for the homeless. Since 2014, they have built 14 family housing projects in the Puget Sound area, offering over 63,000 bed nights to the homeless.
House for Hope
The House for Hope was a fundraising and community-involvement project by MBAPC (Master Builders Association of Pierce County) members and Soundbuilt Homes, who spearheaded and coordinated the initiative. All member participants donated time, labor and materials to build a house that was sold for charity in order to benefit thousands of students and non-profits in the greater Tacoma area.