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Hallmark Builds in Dekalb County

As a Dekalb County Indiana Builder, Hallmark Homes can be depended upon to build a home that fits your specifications perfectly. The company has an extensive experience in custom home building and is recognized by the industry as a leader in its field. For its owners, building the home of your dreams is a serious business that demands their best. Each home they build should be a testament to their dedication to their craft. That’s why they see to it that right from the start up to moving day and beyond, you are completely satisfied with their work.

DeKalb County is a county located in the U.S. state of Indiana. As of 2010, the population was 42,223. The county seat is Auburn. Named for Revolutionary War hero Johann, Baron de Kalb (1721–1780), the county was created by the Indiana legislature in 1835 and organized in 1837. DeKalb County was formed in 1837. It was named for the heroic General Johann de Kalb, a Continental Army officer from Bavaria, who was fatally wounded at the Battle of Camden, South Carolina. The original settlers to arrive in DeKalb County were migrants from New England who were settling the wilderness of what was then known as the Northwest Territory. These people were “Yankee” migrants, that is to say they were descended from the English Puritans who settled New England in the colonial era. In the 1870s immigrants from Ireland and Germany began arriving in DeKalb County, in large numbers.

Being a Dekalb County Indiana Builder is a privilege for the team behind Hallmark Homes. They always aim for client satisfaction because they are not satisfied with their job unless you are. Most builders will promise their best for you but Hallmark Homes does more than just talk about it. You’ll be surprised that the results will even exceed your expectations and that’s what Hallmark Homes work hard for. For them, to be a Dekalb County Indiana Builder requires hard work and commitment. It is only when the client is truly satisfied can they claim success as well.