Living in Boise, Idaho, certainly has its rewards. The mountain views, the desert sand dunes, the many cultural attractions and four-season adventures…it’s the ideal escape for really enjoying life. And there’s no better place to enjoy it than in a custom home built by Redstone Construction.

Today, Redstone Construction is recognized for building truly unique custom homes with conventional framing, timber framing, or log framing using logs provided by Yellowstone West Log Homes. In fact, our extensive knowledge in these framing methods allows us to build wherever your heart leads you, whether to the valley or into the mountains. No matter where we build, we’ll build your home with the structural integrity you demand.

Our versatility as a true custom homebuilder also means we can build your dream home in the architectural style of your choice. After all, it is your home! Whether you work with our architect or bring your own, we’ll strive to build a functional, yet elegant, design that captures your individual lifestyle with timeless appeal. We’re so confident in our home building that we back our work with a one-year comprehensive warranty and a 10-year structural warranty. Now that’s peace of mind!

You deserve to enjoy the Idaho way of life in style. So let us build your dream home with the old-fashioned honesty, personal attention, and high quality we’re known for delivering time and time again. Contact Redstone Construction today.

3973 N. Eagle Road

Boise, ID 83717

Phone: 208-938-5880

Fax: 208-939-2367


Thursday, December 4, 2014

Loesch Residence

Location: Banks, ID
General Contractor: Redstone Construction, Inc.
Owners: Gary & Sandy Loesch
Architect: Sketch Design--Alexandra Loveland
Completion Date: November 2013

    High on a mountain top in the Boise County Mountain Range lies this beautiful log home. At true original, designed by the clients to fit their specific needs, makes this my crowned jewel project to date. I still need to get back to do a more professional photo shoot now that it is completed, but I wanted to display what I had to show everyone the magnitude of this project.  More to come!

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