WE TAKE HOMEBUILDING PERSONALLY

Our team is at the heart of everything we do. We approach every home as if it was our own and every team member is personally invested in making sure your home is perfect for you. From your initial model home tour to your final walk through, customer satisfaction is integral to our process and our depth of experience ensures your experience is a great one.

NATIONAL LEADER

We are proud to be the recipient of several national awards that recognize our commitment to quality, energy efficiency and customer satisfaction.

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At Wathen Castanos Homes, we are committed to the communities where we do business and to the betterment of the lives of the people that live there. We believe that every community we build homes in becomes a neighbor and neighbors help each other. We are committed to helping our neighborhood schools, youth sports and non-profits that help others who need a helping hand. Neighbors helping neighbors, that’s our commitment to every community we build homes in.

Alta Sierra Intermediate School
Buchanan Babe Ruth Baseball
Bullard Cal-Ripkin Baseball
California Odyssey Soccer Club
Clovis High School Girls’ Volleyball
Hoover High Quarterback Club
Boys and Girls Club of Fresno County & Clovis
Break the Barriers
Fresno Rescue Mission
Marjaree Mason Center
Nancy Hinds Hospice
Poverello House
Valley Children’s Hospital

BRINGING HOPE TO OUR NEIGHBORS AROUND THE WORLD

With our partnership with HOPE International and our trade partners for the Homes for HOPE we generated over $50,000 to fund small business loans (microloans) for aspiring entrepreneurs in 17 of the poorest countries in the developing world, such as Haiti, Romania, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

“It has been amazing to see how passionate WCH and their Trade Partners have been about investing in the dreams of the poor by embracing the concept of Christ centered microfinance. Now, nearly a thousand families in 17 countries will experience the dignity that comes with providing for their families rather than relying on handouts. Who could have imagined the sale of one home could do so much!” said Jack Nulty, Executive Director for Homes for Hope.