Who We Are
As a Lake Norman Custom Home Builder, Tim Whelan's education in construction started early. With both his father and his uncles involved in home building, Tim grew up immersed in the industry. And what attracted him to his dad's business then is the same thing he loves about his own company today -- the creativity of home building and fostering good relationships with his clients.
Tim and his wife and partner, Ann, embrace the idea that they aren't just building a house, they're building the place where a family lives. With her background in art and design, Ann is available to assist clients with the interior selections for their home. Lowcountry and traditional architecture are the signature styles of T. Whelan Homes.
Drawing from 38 years of experience and service on the Lake Norman Home Builders Association's Board of Directors, Tim prides himself on offering clients creativity in design and the flexibility to provide the perfect floor plan for each homeowner.
Our mission is not only to construct sturdy, beautiful, and functional products for our clients, but to build long-lasting and trustworthy relationships. Most of our projects come from word-of-mouth recommendations, so it’s important that we do our jobs well. We also believe in only working with top quality materials in order to provide a truly excellent final product - every single time.
Design & Construction Estimate
Form, Function & Fashion
A lot of builders enjoy what they do – but Tim Whelan’s driving passion is to bring mere ideas and drawings to life. T. Whelan Homes renders a finished product that exceeds people’s imaginations because their whole approach is different.
Form, Function & Fashion
Bringing new ideas to Charlotte with innovative features such as a suspended loggia roof. Making sure each home is built with functionality firmly in mind. Including fashionable elements throughout each residence that capture homeowners’ imaginations and intrigue their guests. That’s just how it’s done at T. Whelan Homes.
If it has our name on it, that means something.
Buying a newly constructed home often becomes the most expensive purchase you will ever make and one that you will want to protect. High on your shopping list should be selecting a builder who provides a new home structural defect warranty. T. Whelan Homes is an Elite Builder® member of one of the strongest national warranty companies, 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty® (2-10 HBW).
Before becoming a 2-10 HBW member, T. Whelan Homes had to undergo an extensive screening process that analyzes their experience and financial stability. To maintain their high quality standards in the building industry, 2-10 HBW conducts careful inspections not only of our work but also our subcontractors.
As an Elite Builder® member T. Whelan Homes is a top quality home builder who has at least five years experience in building high-end custom and spec homes. Our customer satisfaction record, financial stability and quality construction practices endured even further scrutiny as qualifying factors to be designated an Elite Builder® member with 2-10 HBW®.
As a savvy homebuyer, you should only consider buying a home from a builder who offers a warranty from 2-10 HBW®. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that your builder’s warranty obligations are clearly defined in writing and backed by a strong warranty insurer. T. Whelan Homes will enroll your home in the warranty program at the date of closing.
* 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty® is an optional warranty. For more information please contact us.
What benefits does the warranty provide? Perhaps the most important benefit is that from the date of closing you will have coverage for 10 years on qualified structural defects. Secondly the warranty is fully-transferrable instantly increasing the resale value of your home. And all of this warranty coverage is paid for by T. Whelan Homes.
The 10-year structural defect warranty from 2-10 HBW offers the best in coverage and protection. It is your responsibility to read the warranty and understand it. Call us with questions about any part of the warranty you do not understand.
• 10 full years of structural defect coverage for load-bearing components;
• 2 full years of systems surety coverage against defects in wiring, piping and ductwork in electrical, plumbing, heating, cooling, ventilating and mechanical systems; and
• 1 full year of surety coverage against defects in workmanship and materials.