Whitefish, MT 59937
Welcome to Landmark Builders
Custom and Luxury Home Building and Design Located in Whitefish, Montana
Landmark Builders is not just a project management company. We have our own exceptionally staff employees that are working on each project. This old fashion way of building has become a thing of the past but is a gold standard that has always separated Landmark from other builders.
In our 30 year history, this award winning team has handcrafted homes with precision and exceptional quality. Creative architecture, design and craftsmanship are characterized in each project. You will find in our portfolio a diverse collection of luxury homes in styles varying from French Country, arts and crafts, log, rustic contemporary and timber frame.
If you dream of building an exceptional home, our high-end project experience has mastered every phase. The process begins with home and site design and follows through to the final landscaping. Becoming a partner with Landmark Builders will be a positive experience in making your custom Montana home a reality.
All of your building needs can be satisfied under the Landmark roof. We also will be happy to work with your own designers. Orlan and son-in-law Jon Marinaccio are directly involved in the entire building process and provide homeowners a direct line of communication. Certified welders, log smiths, cabinet installers, finish and framing carpenters are valued staff employees that handcraft each home and invent the wheel frequently in order to accomplish the needed design elements. We have a dedicated interest in fulfilling our client’s wishes.
Our goal is to create your dream home in a timely, professional and friendly atmosphere. Looking for cost effective solutions to your construction needs is our priority, always keeping your financial investment carefully monitored. You are encouraged to contact previous clients and read through our testimonials.
The front entry of Roy Polatchek’s home in Lakeside, Montana reflects the artistry and craftsmanship contained within. Black steel beams tower from rock piers, contrasting and framing the 10-foot tall, 4-inch thick front door.