Chrome Builders Construction is a full-service general contractor made from experienced custom builders offering new construction and remodeling services for both commercial and residential customers. Located in the central Las Vegas Valley, we specialize in new construction, remodeling, additions, and commercial tenant improvements. Our team of custom builders has the knowledge and expertise to provide superior service and outstanding results.

If you own a property in Summerlin, The Lakes, the revitalized Downtown area, Boulder City, Sunrise Mountain, North Las Vegas and Henderson and are looking to upgrade your kitchen, Master Bedroom, general living area and entertainment room, we can help you transform your property to a solid investment for the next 10+ years.

Commercial property owners and managers can trust our experience and resource skills to remedy and retrofit dated plumbing, HVAC and insulation abilities to make your property more energy efficient.  We are committed to clean work-sites and leaving our jobs better than we found them.  We understand this reflects on your professionalism.

Meet Anthony Taylor – Managing Partner for Chrome Builders Construction

tony taylor - chrome builders constructionTony hails from the great state of Michigan and started his construction experience as a summer job in high school.  Working his way through college, and arriving to Las Vegas in 2006, Tony has a broad range of professional and successful experience managing large scale projects at City Center, Planet Hollywood, Casino Royale and many others.

As the opportunity arose to be one of three managing partners specializing in high quality, customer-driven, leading-edge construction projects here in Las Vegas, Tony jumped at the chance.

Now, leading the charge for Chrome Builders Construction, Tony’s extensive experience in commercial projects and high-end residential projects ensures that Chrome Builders Construction can be the best building partner for your next project.

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Top Trends For 2019

Chrome Builders Construction has seen that climate change has increased the need for products able to last through natural disasters. Stronger, durable products are coming to the market at a faster pace. Products that can multi-task with form and function are growing in popularity.

At the same time, some natural resource supplies are running out. Building materials show a stronger focus on sustainable materials and practices. Environment-conscious construction techniques are evolving.

Homeowners increasingly choose construction materials and techniques that are cheaper, safe, and more durable. A larger amount of building industry profits are moving to the creation and sales of sustainable building materials. The desert climate in Las Vegas mandates a certain expertise on how to ensure your home or commercial project is designed ideally to the LEED standard.

These building industry trends are currently emerging and will continue years. Companies should consider placing more efforts into designing and creating materials to meet these demands.

Technology is allowing homeowners and designers to find inspiration for design on a global scale. Family Features shares several design trends that are likely to become popular in the year ahead.

Nordic Noir
Nordic Noir upholds values of minimalism and timeless devotion to well-made elements that are beautiful in their own simplicity. Muted colors like blue-gray and pale rose come to life on walls and in fabrics. Doors made of dark metal and wood paired with glass panels bring natural light and warmth into the home.

Urban Country
This trend brings the look and feel of rural living to urban spaces by pairing crisp white and warm neutrals with ornate fixtures. Elements like a craftsman-style front door with sidelights help to accentuate the home’s original detailing, while well-crafted, handmade pieces bring the heart and soul of country living into the space.

Live and Work
There are more more than 3.4 million Americans working from home at least half of the time, and these individuals may require transitional spaces that accommodate both productivity and downtime.  The Las Vegas Downtown Project is in full swing trying to provide popular housing to people working downtown as an example.

To adopt this design trend, use furniture and products that can serve multiple purposes. For example, modern barn doors in bold tones of vibrant orange or cool blue can provide privacy during work hours and serve as an industrial design accent off-hours.