ABOUT

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Madison Creek's owner/operator, Mike Kilby, was introduced to carpentry, building, tools and machinery by his father at a young age. He began his working career as a bookbinder. The detail oriented bookbinder's trade left Mike with higher expectations than are typically found in the construction business today. Our projects, from new homes, home additions, and renovations to kitchens, bathrooms, custom cabinetry, built-ins, and bookshelves – all receive this same attention to detail.

In addition to other quality-minded people and specialists in the various trades required to complete a project, Mike is on every job . . . and it would not be unusual to see him with a tool in hand for that demanding detail!

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INNOVATIVE

Madison Creek is the first builder in Arlington to combine geothermal technology and high-efficiency building technique with historically accurate detail and style from the Colonial Revival Period. We recognized that something classic could be extremely energy efficient, beautiful, and modern at the same time – and we made it happen.

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ENERGY EFFICIENT

One of the greatest values provided by energy efficiency is typically overlooked. Efficient buildings provide greater comfort for inhabitants by minimizing drafts and supporting more stable temperature and humidity control. Energy-efficient building design fits within most budgets. When you add increased comfort and efficient use of resources to savings month after month, nothing offers a bigger "bang for the buck." That is why we love energy efficiency, and we know how to deliver!

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GREEN

Madison Creek can go as far as you would like to achieve your green dream – from super energy efficiency and reduced carbon footprint to healthy indoor air and use of recycled and sustainable materials. Many manufacturers have eliminated or greatly reduced the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with which we have become most familiar and concerned. A new home today is much more "green" in terms of indoor air pollutants than it was ten years ago – and we will make sure of it!