Fredericksburg High School Tiny House Project-Sponsored by Local Builders

April 22, 2017 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

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What Carpenters Can Teach a Writer

August 16, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

Being a homeowner in the midst of a full blown construction site can be stressful; from the noise and dust to the many people walking in and out and all through your home. However, we at CKB like to leave an impact on our clients that is one of respect, and sometimes they miss us […]

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Fredericksburg Bed and Breakfasts

May 31, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

Here in Fredericksburg, there is a bed and breakfast on almost every corner it seems. The attraction to our little town has grown substantially in the past few years, bringing people from all over the country. Our wineries, where it feels like one pops up every day, have become comparable to that of Napa California. […]

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Alfred Giles and Historic Fredericksburg, TX

May 17, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

The town of Fredericksburg is a utopia for tourists to come see history and small town charm found in many of Fredericksburg’s customs like Oktoberfest, the cuisine, and its many architectural buildings. Tourists can be found with camera in tow as they walk down Main, snapping photos of the buildings lining the street, such as […]

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Before & After (Schubert House)

May 5, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

This home on Schubert Street was a total renovation project back in 2008. It received a full facelift, with beautiful limestone detail, as seen in the front elevation, and the inside was completely remodeled. The archways that flow through the home and the custom cabinets fitted for the bathrooms and kitchen give this home a […]

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Is a Tiny House For You?

May 2, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

A new and out of the ordinary feature to call a home is the tiny house craze. These new homes can be mobile and even as small as 150 square feet! They allow the designer and/or builder to figure out how to utilize every square inch, and be as creative as possible with storage. Benefits: […]

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Reclaimed Wood

April 28, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

The look of reclaimed wood is a design that has been imitated for several years. The imperfections of the wood grain and color are what designers and redecorators find so appealing. This simple product can be used in a variety of ways, adding personality to any space. Recently, the trend of using reclaimed wood to […]

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Build & Bloom Article

April 21, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

Chris Kaiser Builder, Inc. was featured in the Build & Bloom publication, found in the Fredericksburg Standard Newspaper. Go check it out to see a little glimpse in to what CKB is about. “Find the builder you have rapport with and go with the one you trust.”-Chris Kaiser               […]

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Fredericksburg Standard Newspaper Article

April 18, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

This two-room, multi-material doggie duplex was the top auction item at the annual Paddy’s Party fund-raiser for the Hill Country SPCA. From left, Derrek Penick, Chris Kaiser, and Patrick Elliott designed and built the house. Pictured with Tim Squyres, right, president of the HCSPCA. Go check out the article about this house in the April […]

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Doggie Duplex For SPCA

April 14, 2016 By chrisbuilder22 No Comments

The local Hill Country SPCA hosted their Paddy’s Party where CKB supported their efforts by donating a custom built doggie duplex. Containing two separate rooms, each with a trimmed out window inside and a variety of materials used, made for a truly unique project that CKB was proud to donate to this great cause.   […]

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