Palm Springs Casita

305 Ventana Court, Grand Junction
Maves Construction, Inc. • 970-644-5550

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When designing Palm Springs Casita the goal was to have a highly functional smaller living space while capturing the incredible views. With the inclusion of a detached casita opening to a spacious courtyard and including a convenient kitchenette guests will feel they are in the lap of luxury while still being close to the main house. We bring a touch of California contemporary to the finishes while still feeling very Colorado. The juxtaposition of the light, bright, clean lines along with the black steel accents and the grey stained wood bring a feel of added warmth and sophistication. The home features a large covered patio in which to absorb the views and double sliding doors to open the interior living space outside. With the capability for this small footprint home to work on just about any lot size this makes it a great option just about anywhere within Ventana or elsewhere in Redlands Mesa or the Grand Valley.



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Maves Construction, Inc.

Phone: 970-644-5550

Maves Construction Inc. has been designing and building custom homes and commercial properties on the Western Slope since 1989, and has been a name synonymous with quality, integrity and trust. Maves Construction has built homes ranging in size from 686 to over 7700 square feet and everywhere in between. In addition to our custom and semi-custom homes we also offer remodel and commercial construction services. Maves Construction is proud to self-perform a large amount of our work including drafting/designing, framing, flooring and tile installation, interior trim carpentry and cabinet installation. We do this to maintain quality control and timeliness of our projects.
Michael Maves purchased Maves Construction from his father over 17 years ago and has
been growing the company ever since. Michael has been on Maves job sites since he was a
kid and also worked for several different skilled trades. Those years of hands-on experience
helped him develop a better understanding of how projects come together, the importance of
building a great team and how the smallest details make a big difference. Michael has served
the HBA in the past as a local board member, Local President and past CAHB State Director and
currently serves on the National level as a NAHB Board Member.