Echelon Homes

An Omaha homebuilder making sophisticated homes and positive experiences

Echelon Homes Omaha strives to execute sleek designs with luxurious features in every project. With extensive backgrounds in both residential and commercial construction, we truly enjoy what we do, from the first design meeting to the final walk through with clients. We’d love to be part of your home build process and have some fun along the way. Zach Nelson and Matt Ramm, Echelon Homes

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23 hours ago

Echelon Homes, LLC
She’s coming together! These pictures from last week show the impressive bones of this beautiful custom home overlooking the Elkhorn River. It’s taken lots of foundation work, site work and steel to get to this point, and we’re looking forward seeing the framing complete. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Echelon Homes, LLC
Framing is when a project really starts taking shape, and we’re excited to share more updates as this project progresses. This modern take on a tudor style home has a turret on both the front and back with tons of character in the windows and exterior door package. Best of all, the windows capture great views of the lake in the backyard. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Echelon Homes, LLC
Congratulations to Elkhorn South senior, Miguel Redlin on being awarded the Echelon Homes Construction and Engineering Scholarship today. We wish you the best in your schooling and path to becoming an Electrician! Your hard work and determination is greatly admired! ... See MoreSee Less
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