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Mike and I were little nervous with the construction next to our house, but we were amazed how friendly and professional everyone has been. At the end of the day, we were happy to have you build another home in our neighborhood and next door to us.

-Sue Chi

Wednesday, 17 December 2014 15:40

To Rent Or Buy?

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Making Dollars and Sense of It All

One of our employees, Angelo Petraglia, asked just that very question last week, "Should my family rent or buy a home next year?"  His wife is finishing a PhD in Statistics at OSU and they love Columbus.  So what does the data say?  Factoring in home prices, interest rates, property taxes, rising rents and home warranties, we present our findings.

Monday, 02 September 2013 18:49

Mindful Maintenance #3: Fall Checklist

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We should say 'mind-fall' maintenance.

This autumn, and it feels like autumn today, you can easily avoid home maintenance headaches that inevitably would have erupted in emergencies right before Saturday kickoff.  This episode of The Tuckerman Home Group's Mindful Maintenance series covers gutters, furnaces, weather-stripping, sprinklers, chimneys, and basic safety.

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It is with a great deal of pleasure that we have the opportunity to express our complete satisfaction with the product (OUR HOME) provided by The Tuckerman Home Group and specifically our great pleasure in working with Craig Tuckerman, our builder, and Phil, the supervisor assigned to our project. We have been in our home for three years now and are so completely happy that it’s hard to put into words. Over the years we have built several houses and commercial buildings and we have never worked with any individuals that were so professional and accommodating as the team from The Tuckerman Home Group. Every small detail was handled promptly and exactly as we hoped it would be. The 6-month and 1 year follow-ups were above and beyond anything we had ever experienced from the building industry before. We have, as a result, recommended to many individuals that are looking for a home to look for one built by The Tuckerman Home Group first, as we can’t imagine any builder building a better home or being easier to work with in all stages of the process. The “no compromise” standard of quality coupled with the personal commitment to satisfying the customer is a rare and admirable combination not commonly found in today’s business world and the Tuckerman Home Group possesses these characteristics in every way imaginable.

- Dr. Donald R. and Marcia J. Rowles

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Thanks Craig!!! I don't know what we would have done if we did not build with you guys. Also, we are fine paying for THG service. We feel better knowing that we can trust what's done at our house.

- Sue Lemmon

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We had a two day house search in April 2011. We saw 26 houses in two days. I fell in love with the Tuckerman built home but thought we couldn't make it work as we needed a 5th bedroom. Our realtor called the Tuckerman group and Craig met us personally at the home the next day. He gave on the spot ideas for changes he could make to the home to make it work for our family. We made an offer the next day. It was quickly accepted, the minor construction changes were made and we moved in on time 6 weeks later. The company has been responsive to every little question and concern we had since moving in.

One of my kids even pulled a window off track and the maintenance man came over right away and fixed it! We aren't currently in the market to build, but I wouldn't hesitate to ask the Tuckerman Home Group to build our next home!

- Jennifer Hartwell

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We are very pleased with our home. It is not often that you find a company that has so many professional and caring people. Thank you to each and every one of you.
-Kathy D.

Thursday, 28 February 2013 13:59

Changes to the Residential Code of Ohio

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Fireproofing, Energy, Drainage, and More...

On February 22, 2013 Craig Tuckerman and Phil Hill attended a class on new changes to the Residential Code of Ohio (RCO) at the New Albany Building Department.  The New Albany Building Inspectors who hosted the class were very knowledgable and displayed their willingness to work with the professional builders in attendance to collaboratively achieve everyone's best interest: stronger, safer, and more efficient housing.

The layman or laywoman would be pleased to know that just about every element of a Tuckerman Home is highly researched, approved, and installed in accordance with standards administered by various professional and regulatory organizations.  Here are a few of those organizations discussed in the meeting...

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 13:38

The Build Process

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The Build Process

Over the years we have met many prospective home buyers that are anxious about finding the right builder and getting what they want within their budget in as little as four months. What we offer is a better way to build a new home through 10 Key Strategies proven to address new home buyer expectations, efficiently manage and help navigate selection process to ensure effective communication between our team and your family.

  1. Build a relationship of trust before building your home.
  2. Invest the time to clarify customer needs and desires.
  3. Document our communication and new home specifications.
  4. Approve final drawings.
  5. Meet with our team of professional home designers/ consultants.
  6. Maintain control providing our craftspeople with systems that keep the project on time and within budget.
  7. Stay connected with regular client construction conferences.
  8. Complete final orientation walk through.
  9. Provide comprehensive homeowner's manual.
  10. Provide service after the sale.

Click here to view a slide show of one of our homes being built.

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Hey Craig,
Ok first off we have moved back from Belgium (yes it was fast) and now we are living in the Woodlands, Texas.  It has taken us forever to find a home and I fully blame that on you!!  You completely spoiled us and it was so hard finding a home that met the Tuckerman standards we are used to, I just wanted you to come here and build us a house!! Obviously that was not going to happen so we finally settled on a house and are updating the entire thing.
Seriously we have decided that 7229 Place is the best house we ever had and I have a feeling nothing would ever live up to it!
Hope all is well in Ohio and business is doing good.  The houses are flying off the market, people are getting what they are asking or more depending on where it is!! It's crazy!!!
Thanks so much and I look forward to hearing from you.

--Gretchen Cannon

Wednesday, 03 September 2014 14:33

Do It Yourself Sale! BIA Builder's Boneyard

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Save The Date: Saturday, September 20, 2014, 8:00am - 4:00pm!

Our very own Lisa Theado is volunteering her time at The Buiding Industry Association of Central Ohio to help pull off this gargantuan sale of surplus and donated supplies from trim, to architectural elements, to windows and doors.  Will there be garden and patio elements? Yes! Firepits, cupolas, tile, stone etc. will be offered at reduced prices and most items are brand new!  Details within/below:

Wednesday, 16 March 2016 20:28

Even Better News for Olentangy Schools

Levy passes in Olentangy district, other results mixed

"Olentangy district residents were voting on a combined issue featuring three parts: a 5.9-mill permanent operating levy, a 1-mill permanent improvement levy and a no-new-millage bond issue to build a fourth high school...The operating levy will be used to pay for additional teachers, utilities and supplies. The improvement levy will go to maintain facilities...Olentangy Superintendant Mark Raiff says, 'I keep telling people I'm looking forward to Olentangy writing the next chapter of our great story.'" Dispatch Story by Shannon Gilchrist within.

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Contracted with Tuckerman Home Group to build a house in Powell Ohio. Craig and the entire Tuckerman Home Group staff was very easy to work with. The home was customized from the standard model and we were informed of any changes or modifications along the way. We would strongly consider having Tuckerman Home Group build another home for us, if the occasion ever arose.

- Paul Cory

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Hi Craig,

We are LOVING the house!  We are so happy to be where we are.

We have been EXTREMELY pleased with the house.  Hope all is well and business is good! 

Todd Walter


Wednesday, 10 April 2013 15:53

The History of New Albany

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Our supplement to a Business First article featuring Craig...

Read CBF full article within.  From 1856-1980 the population of New Albany fluxuated modestly between 50 and 414 people.  In those times the great industry of the area was the New Albany Lumber Mill - originally Wilkins Mill - or fishing in the headwaters of the Rocky Fork Creek (To satisfy a nostalgic longing we are eagerly hunting photographs of this timeperiod).  How did the community go from a sleepy Hamlet to a population of almost 8,000 with some of the best schools in Ohio in three decades?  Columbus Business First interviewed Craig Tuckerman while discovering just that. 

One homebuilder continues to mine residential gold in New Albany. Craig Tuckerman, president of Tuckerman Home Group, said he continues to build new homes in New Albany for several reasons. First, new construction and buying continue to garner attention, encouraging him to purchase viable lots. Tuckerman has built more than 30 homes in New Albany, and recently purchased 11 empty lots “because we have faith the buyers are there,” he said. His company is “busy as we have ever been in New Albany,” and he expects that trend to continue. He has heard “a lot of optimism,” including from potential buyers, so said he will continue to build there.

"Oooh, I get it now!" Making sense of the 23/270 Interchange

After weeks of water cooler talk & gossip during the holiday season, The Tuckerman Home Group seeks to understand all the construction at the 'top' of Route 270.  We connect the dots between shorter commutes and rising home values in Lewis Center and provide links to photos, videos, animations, and more because this project is really cool! -- Links within.

Wednesday, 24 April 2013 15:14

Walking Around the Village

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Love Where You Live!

One of the most underrated evening activities is walking to your favorite restaurant. Okay, maybe not your favorite restaurant in the entire world, but being able to lace up and walk to something -- be it a restaurant, park, or community event is overlooked as an important part of "the good life."  Check out the Village!  The Village at Hannah Farms that is.  It is not only strategically located at the corner of Gahanna and New Albany, but it also is connected via a pedestrian path to real destinations unlike some of its isolated competitor developments. The picture gallery within highlights some amazing features of this well-planned 'neighborhood' like the truly scenic walk to Hannah Park and nearby restaurants.

Thursday, 18 October 2012 16:56

Pittsburgh Convention Oct 2012

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Craig Tuckerman is at a builder conference meeting this week in Pittsburgh with 15 other professional builders.

He is studying and helping teach others how to build more efficiently, safely, and with higher quality for all of our clients. This type of continuing education and training is something that we at the Tuckerman Home Group go through continually to provide our families with the best new home and the best values.

We recently uploaded several continuing education certificates and other credentials under the "Press" section of our site.  Please check them out HERE

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The Tuckerman Home Group built my home during the Columbus Parade of Homes several years ago. What could have been a very stressful time instead was a wonderful experience. I am pleased with the attention to detail and the quality of materials and workmanship. No job is complete without a hurdle or two, but these were handled promptly and professionally to my satisfaction. My family and I love are home. I highly recommend this home builder!

- Maria Van Huffel

Friday, 10 January 2014 17:14

Frozen Pipe Danger To Your Home

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Furnaces, plumbing could fail in bitter cold - Columbus Dispatch

Hello. I hope you are having a great New Year so far. I came across this article in The Columbus Dispatch and thought it might be beneficial to you. I do not recall in over 20 years of building homes in central Ohio, and living here for double that, ever being in such extreme weather conditions.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

A Bridge To Somewhere...New Albany

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New Albany Country Club Walking Path To Thompson Park And Beyond.

Curious, we pinpointed exactly where the bridge will will span.  Thanks to New Albany for not disturbing the creek.  Article and map within:

Tuesday, 03 September 2013 00:00

2013 Lighting Trends

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Layering, LED's, Landscaping, Traditional Fixtures...Which Does Not Belong?

September 18th is National Ceiling Fan Day, and we thought that before you breeze your way right through the holiday, we could bring you industry news and customer feedback regarding lighting design, fixture styles, and new products.  The top trend this year as reported by experts far and wide is that 2013 will be the year that LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting comes in full force to practical residential applications.  The technical and cost barriers have finally broken down, and while the quality of the light emitted by these diodes has improved, here is a word of wisdom from a local home inspector:

Homeowners should look for Energy Star rated LED bulbs, which have been tested to meet EPA standards of color quality and consistency, energy efficiency, and stable performance. Inferior products may make a lot of promises but may not deliver. By replacing the bulbs in their most-used and hard-to-reach fixtures, homeowners can start saving energy - and money - right now..

- Tim Buell (8/27/13)

Saturday, 26 September 2015 11:18

Children's Hospital Event

The Tuckerman Home Group's Phil Hill and Family Celebrate with NCH's Pediatric Heart Surgery Unit

Phil & his wife Dawn welcomed little Angus Hill in February. Shortly after he was born, Angus was taken to Nationwide Children's Hospital for heart surgery. Last month, doing great, Angus and family reunited with the doctors, nurses, and other pediatric heart patients for a fun-filled event at Nationwide Children's Hospital.

Monday, 20 August 2012 18:54

Builder Client Relationships

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Our Guarantee

  • We want to be as proud of our homes years down the road as we are during construction.
  • For that reason, you can rely on The Tuckerman Home Group warranty to keep your home beautiful and efficient.
  • We're always available for general and specific questions, keeping our homebuyers' files for accurate records and assistance when needed.
  • It's for these reasons that our clients are proud of what we've created together. And so are we.

Our reputation lives with your home.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

New Albany Fitness Center

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They Call It The CORE, And Its More Than A Gym

That center is an idea built on dreams, too. Its goal isn’t so much to react to illness, but to bolster life and the things that make it great: the best foods and exercise, a fulfilling social network, plenty of sleep and a sunny outlook. New Albany’s 8,000 residents and 12,000 workers will be able to get personalized plans at the center for improving their lives, including diet and exercise. - Excerpt from story by Lori Kurtzman

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We worked with Phil and Craig and they were very pleasent, very knowledgable, and overall great to work with!
-Jennifer M.

Number One, change your garage keypad code!

There has been a rash of home burglaries in New Albany and surrounding communities lately, but the good news is that several simple steps can stop the scoundrels in their tracks. - News and tips within.

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Phil is a very professional, cutious, knowledgable, and skilled individual. I appreciate all of his help and enjoyed working with him.
-Lisa B.

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We were very pleased with the customer service we received. Anytime I called with a question between the offer being accepted and the closing, I received a call right back. Everyone we worked with was very professional.
-Albert & Megan

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 13:35


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Choosing the right Central Ohio builder is important.

Protect your peace of mind & finest investment with assurances of an easy & honest process led by a professional team, together since 1992. We build our reputation one home at a time. Thank you for your trust & confidence over these 25 wonderful years. Read our blog here.


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We love the design and the floorplan. The service has been exceptional. Thank you.
-Keith I.

Sunday, 16 August 2015 17:36

Builder's Boneyard: DIYer's Wanted!

Press Release From The BIA's Professional Women in Building Council

Put your unused building materials to good use — donate them to the huge garage sale sponsored by the BIA’s Professional Women in Building (PWB) Council and help deserving students obtain scholarships. Our second annual Builders Boneyard sale will take place Saturday, August 29 at the The Ohio State University Airport, at the corner of Sawmill and West Case roads.

Monday, 01 October 2012 14:56

August and September

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August and September were full of good news for the Columbus housing market. 

September 19, 2012— Central Ohio home sales climbed to their highest level in five years during August, as buyers snatched up a steadily shrinking number of homes on the market.  During the month, 2,326 homes changed hands in the Columbus area, 12.3 percent more than in August 2011, according to the Columbus Board of Realtors.

Friday, 21 June 2013 17:21

Central OH Housing Red Hot

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Better than any other Ohio city or region

So prices are up but more importantly sale volume is way up and days on the market are way down.Condominium sales, as mentioned in the article below are also way up in May.  Anecdotally, I overheard a property investor and a property manager lament the fact that there are no good rentals to be had, or none to be had without a bidding war from the Short North, to Dublin, to Westerville.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012 19:49

Great News For Sellers!

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We call it Sell-a-topia

So there may be no more exciting news for those considering selling their existing home than that within the front page of the Columbus Dispatch today.  Not only are interest rates uber-attractive, and competition from other homes on the market devestatingly low, but these factors combine to create an environment where homes are selling fast, FAST, FAST!

A highlight of the article includes the anecdote from Worthington of a seller who puts her ranch on the market on a Friday and receives two offers -- one for above asking price -- by Monday evening.

Tuesday, 30 April 2013 13:34

Rising Prices in the USA Today

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Big City Average: Home Prices Up 9.3%

While this USA Today story covers developments nationwide, several aspects pertain here in Central Ohio.  The highlights: Case-Schiller study shows prices up 9.3% from February 2012; Tight supply of homes is driving force in higher prices; Prices remain 29% below the peak in 2006.  We can add that for a builder of fine new homes, increased prices for lumber, finishes, and labor have begun to trickle down to the consumer.  While not a significant component of higher prices, Ohio residential codes were updated at the beginning of the year and mandate better quality homes.

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The project was completed in a timely manner with excellent results.  We are very pleased with the quality of our new home.  Craig Tuckerman and his team did a great job and we would recommend them to anyone highly.

- Don Thacker

A Report By Chris Kirkham of The Wall Street Journal Had Us Asking...

Just how many housing units are there per person (or 1000 people) in Ohio. We can report anecdotal evidence of a shift in value that our neighbors place upon good, new development, but how much of this is driven by a real shortage of high-quality affordable homes? The article cites the top five and bottom five states for houses/1000 people. If you know Ohio's stat please let us know!

Wednesday, 23 January 2013 21:05

Sales Soar!

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2012 Optimism & 2013 Opportunities

In September we posted about the strong year for home sales we are enjoying locally. As a followup, we can say due to great reporting from the Columbus Dispatch and Jim Weiker that as a region Central Ohio sold more homes than at any time since 2005. 2005?! That was before the 'Great Recession' so some investigation remains for market dynamics between 2005-2008. Regardless, this is great news for Columbus, Ohio, and the nation as is described below in the source article from the Dispatch. In short, sales, prices, optimism up; inventory, interest rates down. What a combination.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 13:36

2011 Parade Home

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In June of 2011 the Tuckerman Home Group and the BIA of Central Ohio displayed the BIA Parade of Homes 2011 Foundation House, a Tuckerman Home Group creation.  The 59th Parade of Homes ran June 11-26 to much success at Olentagy Falls, Southern Deleware County.  Take a Virtual Tour Today!

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We were told by many people that our friendship with Craig would be destroyed by building with a friend. It is true that Craig could have made this a nightmare for us like so many people have had the misfortune of with other builders, but instead he made the process fun and exciting and gave us a beautiful home which we are very grateful for. We would definitely build with Tuckerman again and have recomended them to everyone.
-Tom & Erica

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 16:52

Coming Soon to Central College Road

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Welcome to Wentworth Crossing, New Albany.

A dozen beautiful home sites from the Tuckerman Home Group located in the heart of the New Albany links area, with exclusive and unique zoning and architecture. Also enjoy access to highly acclaimed New Albany-Plain schools featuring state of the art facilities and outstanding academic and athletic programs. Near several Fortune 500 Airport and downtown Columbus.

Wednesday, 02 January 2013 21:25

New Year, New Home

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Happy 2013 Greater Columbus

We have some attractive lots available if this post's headline catches your eye.  We are constantly aquiring more as well in communities like Wentworth Crossing, New Albany Links, the Village at Hannah Farms, and elsewhere in Dublin, New Albany, and around Columbus.

If you would like a new home this year with no new designs, no new neighbors, and no money spent, then you can read all about how to freshen your current castle to brighten your mood HERE.  It contains plenty of easy tips to transform your space -- especially important if you did not get out of the region and travel this winter.  The snow is piling up and a change of scenery can be critical!

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With The Tuckerman Home Group, building our home was so easy, it was actually fun. They're down to earth, approachable, and accessible. It went like clockwork…and it needed to. We were married one week and moved in the next! If we ever build again, it will be with The Tuckerman Home Group.

- Margaret & Jeff Gray

Monday, 02 September 2013 18:49

The Yorkshire

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Exclusively at the New Albany Country Club

I beleive this is our finest floorplan within the category of homes featuring a first floor master suite.  What makes it unique is the combination of a completely Georgian country home exterior with a floorplan built for entertainment and family living.  Its layout and flow does not quite approach those of strict utility; quite the contrary, its conveniences are added bonuses, tastefully complementing an already stately home.  Consider, for example, the powder room off of the drop zone adjacent to the garage.  The outdoor courtyard that empties off of the breakfast and great room.  The private staircase, in lieu of a grand stair hall.  The coat, linen, and walk-in-closets.  This is a home for the good life in 2013.  Continued...

Sunday, 10 July 2016 14:21

Explaining Mortgages to a 6-Year-Old

"Dad, Can I borrow A Hundred Dollars?"

Me: Why do ask?

Six-Year-Old: Jaiden wants to buy a house.

It was in this way that I became like the Federal Reserve last Sunday morning, making my daughter...Fannie Mae? Although no legal tender exchanged hands, a great educational opportunity presented itself. My attempt at keeping up the metaphor using up-to-date info and her questions and artwork within:

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 14:39

Become a BIA Member!

Wonderful Benefits of Membership Laid Out by Craig Tuckerman and Partners in Latest Video

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We would purchase another Tuckerman Home Group home in a heartbeat!
-Margaret G.

Tuesday, 25 September 2012 20:36

Melissa's House

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Melissa’s House offers a permanent safe-haven for adults facing mental health struggles. Melissa's House will offer its residents and their families a safe, comforting, inviting environment where they can regain hope and reconnect with family, access high-quality treatment and begin on a path toward recovery. 

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Paul and I would like to thank Craig for always being prompt when we left a message. Craig has always been professional, easy to work with, and always so thoughtful at Christmas time. The kids loved getting the chocolate!
-Paul & Jackie

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Myself as well as my company has worked with you for a number of years now and I just wanted to write you a note of how much myself as well as my team appreciates working with you and your staff.  You guys are fair, build a great product, and are easy to communicate with.  When issues do arise you are proactive in getting them resolved, but more importantly you work with us to develop ways so the same issues can be avoided in the future.  You are one of the few builders that will always listen to what we have to say and will change what you are doing if it makes sense.  It’s nice to have a partner who listens and adjusts to what we say if it makes sense.  This goes both ways as you have had a number of good suggestions that has made my company better overall.


Keep up the great work and thanks for letting us be a part of your team.




Jason Goldberg


America’s Floor Source

3442 Millennium Court

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 17:38

Positive Outlook - BIA Update November 2013

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We were recently profiled by the Building Industry Association.

“The BIA feels more energetic,” notes Tuckerman. “It feels much more like a teaching association than it ever used to -- and we need that, especially with how fast the technologies are changing. We have become more proactive and less reactionary.”--from the article within, or read it on the BIA website

Michigan Live: "Chad Tough Gets Generous Donation From Ohio State Fan (Guess Who...) During Carr Family's Christmas Trip

The Tuckerman Home Group bleeds Scarlet and Grey despite hiring a Fighting Irish Alumn -- Go Bucks! Its easy to get caught up in friendly rivalries, but when the Tuckerman's met the Carr's in an elevator over the holidays, their inspiring story and the mission of their Chad Tough Foundation quickly overcame college football allegiance. Details of The Tuckerman Home Group's newest philanthropic relationship and a local new story within:

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We modeled our house on another existing plan, but Craig allowed us to make major changes. His standard features are of such quality, we didn't find it necessary to upgrade. My biggest concern was that our baby was due the same week as the completion of the house. The house came a month ahead of schedule.

- Mindy Drayer & Randy Kortokrax

Sunday, 01 December 2013 15:44

Size Less of An Issue...

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Character, Lifestyle Trumps Square Footage

Even among luxury homebuyers, bigger isn’t necessarily better, according to a new survey by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate. - From The Columbus Dispatch

Tuesday, 25 September 2012 20:30

Outside Columbus, Ohio

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Flying Horse Farms and Tour de Lis are two very worthy charities we became a part of because we know and trust those who tirelessly administer the efforts.

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After looking at the model we were impressed with the quality. After talking with Craig we liked the idea of building with a smaller builder. It was important to us that we were able to talk directly to Craig.
-Paul C.

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Because everything in our house was customized, we chose to make all the decisions -- sometimes causing delays. Craig never complained. He was always flexible, and very understanding. We particularly appreciated his suggestions and skill with details. It was a fantastic experience. We recommend him all the time.

- Hiten and Heena Shah

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To whom it may concern:


The Tuckerman Home Group, and specifically Craig Tuckerman, is an example of what dedication to an organization, an industry, and a community can lead to:  A dedicated following of vendors and customers who trust your name for excellent service and fair treatment with everyone involved.  Despite not growing up in the industry, the Tuckerman Home Group has become one of the top 20 builders in Central Ohio, not necessarily in volume, but in reputation.  The Tuckerman Home Group is a registered Builder in the Building Industry Association and Craig has served as BIA President and remains active with the organization. 


We are in obvious difficult economic times but there is not a better representative of what the Building Industry is based than Craig Tuckerman and the associates at the Tuckerman Home Group. 


Thank you,


Adam Lewin


Hamilton Parker Company


Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

There Is A Farmer's Market In New Albany?

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If you see us there with a Tuckerman shirt on, chat us up!

This year's scheduled dates are: Oct. 12, Nov. 16, Dec. 14, Jan. 11, Feb. 8 and March 8.  "We've had a great response, so we've sort of extended this year's a little bit," said Kristen Ferguson, marketing director for the nonprofit organization Healthy New Albany, which started the market in 2011. - Article within.

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We truly appreciated the assistance from everyone involved. We love our home and thank you again for building us our dream home.
-Sue C.

Wednesday, 10 April 2013 14:39

Don't Miss the Parade!

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If you plan on visiting the 2013 BIA Parade of Homes...

The Tuckerman Home Group supports the BIA Parade of Homes as a yearly centerpiece of the Columbus home-buying experience.  We have proudly participated in parades in 2006, 2008, 2010, and built the Parade Foundation House for charity in 2011.  Always an excellent opportunity for buyers and builders, it is also a showcase of the latest trends/feedback, and simply fun.  This year we invite you all to an open house of our new model at Wentworth Crossing, New Albany, OH in the spirit of the Parade.

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This is the best house we ever lived in…we really would rather not leave this incredible home but it’s time. I’ll be 70 next year and it’s time to downsize and simplify. And we are spending 4-6 months in Florida each year. Thanks for building such a wonderful home for us.


- D. Rowles

Tuesday, 25 September 2012 20:11

Wexner Medical Center

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The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country and the only academic medical center in central Ohio.

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Wish I could give 4 1/2 stars. Tuckerman Home Group is great to work with -- the process went smoothly, they were always available to explain things to us and were responsive, quality is very good, very reliable, we are very happy with our home. They went above and beyond in several areas. The reason for not giving 5 stars is that there were a few times when communication could've been better about certain things and that a few of their sub-contractors were not responsive or helpful (many of them, however, were fabulous). Overall, we are very happy with our home.

- E. Walter

WOW! Look at all The Theados

Congratulations and Good Luck to Katie Theado (front, center), daughter of our President of Sales! Katie has just won a Latin Award at Bishop Watterson and has joined Title First on an exciting internship this summer. Read more for upcoming economic indicators and an update on the Quilt Drive that one of our home owners is undertaking to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis research:

Welcome to New Albany Country Club, New Albany, OH. 

The Tuckerman Home Group is excited to announce two new lots in development at the exclusive Waterston neighborhood at the New Albany Country Club.  Four and five bedroom homes inspired by Georgian and Neo-Classical precedents will grace the impeccably sited and landscaped lots complete with mature foilage.  Starting in the low 700's.  Update 7/24/13

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Lisa and Craig are extremely trustworthy. We were impressed with the flexibility of the floor plans and were confident we would get a high quality home. We did!
-Sana H.

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

Five Million Dollar Business Campus

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Vibrant Campus In New Albany Takes It To The Next Level

First, the city must widen Beech Road from Jug Street south to Smith's Mill Loop Road, which could cost an estimated $2 million, Stefanov said. New Albany City Council agreed Sept. 3 to apply to the Ohio Public Works Commission for half of the funding. - Excerpt from article.

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Craig was able to take my plans and build two awesome town homes. Both units have always been fully rented - a fact I attribute in large part to the build quality. Craig was also able to build the units on a tight urban lot and work around difficult neighborhood issues. Craig was always professional and always available even years later when I had questions. I highly recommend him!

- Nate Mellman

Monday, 20 August 2012 18:44


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  • "Custom Homes" that are affordable without compromising quality
  • We don't think of this as a one-size-fits-all type of business. A custom home isn't a matter of price, but of choices, changes, options.
  • It's details and fine touches … And uncommon flexibility.
  • Show or tell us what you like, and we'll try to make it a part of your home.

Article By Vicki Payne, Photos By The Tuckerman Home Group

Aged bronze, aluminum, antique brass, bright nickel, bronze, brushed copper, chrome, cobalt, copper, distressed venetian bronze, gold, iron, light bronze, matt black, nickel, oil-rubbed bronze, pewter, platinum, polished brass, polished nickel, rust, satin bronze, satin chrome, satin nickel, silver, stainless steel, tin, ultra brass, white enamel, zinc! -- Story & Kitchen Tour Within

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Morning Craig!  Can't believes it's been 1 year in our house, we still love it as much as we did from day 1!  Girls actually celebrated it's one year, any excuse to have a party! Hope all is well with you and your family!

- S. Thakkar

Wednesday, 06 January 2016 23:51


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The mission of The ChadTough Foundation is to fund research and raise awareness for Pediatric Brain Tumors with an emphasis on Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG).

Friday, 22 February 2013 13:25

The Columbus Comeback

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From Time Magazine

If you ever wonder what kind of economic development might be accomplished in this country with more bipartisan cooperation, consider Columbus, Ohio. This low-key, Middle American metropolis of about 800,000 is becoming something of a celebrity city, talked up in a recent New York Times Magazine piece on the success of Ohio and visited more than a dozen times by presidential and vice-presidential candidates. No wonder. After taking a dive during the recession, Columbus has roared back, with the metro area creating more new jobs than any other city in Ohio over the past two years. In many ways, it's a model for what an economy can do when you admit that growth isn't about tax cuts and austerity but about both streamlining government and investing public money in the right things.

Press Release From The Tuckerman Home Group's Lisa Theado

LET'S DO THIS! Cancer affects everyone one of us. As my grandfather battles prostate cancer and Leptomeningeal Carcinomatosis (LC) I am truly humbled by the outpour of support and care. It was an honor and a joy to ride with Team L Brands this year but you better believe my colleagues and I are working on stealing the big 180 mile rider, Craig Tuckerman, away from Team Bexley next year.

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I have been thinking about sending this email for a while but life sometimes gets in the way of things we should do.  I want to send a sincere "thank you" to you and Craig for everything you have done for us and with us over the last 14 months.  It has been great getting to know you and working with you.  I do not have any prior experience building but the experience with Tuckerman has been awesome.

First, our house has very minor things that need "fixed" or "adjusted" but mainly because the customer service has been impeccable.  We have always gotten a return call and our "issues" have always been taken care of quickly.  We have 100% confidence in the product you produce and 110% confidence if something isn't right that Tuckerman will make it right.

Living in this neighborhood and hearing the horror stories from the residents about their builder make me ecstatic Tuckerman was our builder. In this day in age where people generally only complain, I wanted to send something positive that may help remind you that you do an excellent job and are in the business for the right reasons.  So that's all :-)

- S. Pesetsky

Tuesday, 22 October 2013 13:55

Builders Weigh in on Pricing and Labor Shortage

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Forty-two percent of builders reported an increase of 6-10% in the last twelve months...i.e....Approximately half of the builders report that last year's $500,000 home is costing $540,000 today.  Despite these cost increases reported nationwide, The Tuckerman Home Group is committed to providing the best home at the best price for each of our unique clients.

Looking for a brand-new home at the prestigious New Albany Country Club?

Well we have you covered.  3540 Eyre Hall Pass is a 4 bedroom 3 1/2 bath 5-level home.  Its floorplan is ideal for entertaining friends and family yet herein we highlight several features that put a focus on raising kids and making the most of downtime.

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Overall an outstanding experience.
-Bob & Pat

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We selected the Tuckerman Home Group because of the quality homes they build. We were impressed with all of the interior trim work and of course with the customer friendship we had with Lisa and Craig.
-Janelle B.

Monday, 20 August 2012 18:54


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Take Your Pick of the Neighborhood

1.   Build on your lot or one of ours.  We can build your home wherever you choose.

2.   We have an excellent reputation among building officials and trade professionals because of our care for the communities in which we build.

"LIVE: Craig & Lisa at Important Event

Craig Tuckerman and Lisa Theado are currently attending a joint realtor/builder event at the Columbus Convention Center downtown. We hope to soon inform both clients and partners about this HUGE change in the macroeconomic and regulatory environment for homes being built in 2017-2018. Featured speakers and speculation on tax changes within:

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 16:05

The Tuckerman Home Group Wins BIA Design Award

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Best New Home Architectural Design By A Custom Builder Priced $500,000 to $999,999

The Building Industry Association of Central Ohio hosted The 27th Annual Marketing and Merchandising Award Ceremony.  We brought home the bling in four categories--see photos of The Best New Home Design that was recently purchased in The New Albany Country Club:

What are the latest developments around town in the mortgage market and the home-building industry?

What’s in? Mother-in-Law Suites.

What’s out? New Starter Homes.

A brief statement on the building industry: Good land and quality labor are in short supply. We're fortunate that we have fantastic sub-contractors hard at work on your home despite the abundance of condo and apartment projects popping up all over town. They are everywhere! We know, as we are now everywhere too. We have new projects in Bexley, Upper Arlington, Gahanna, Sunbury, Granville, and New Albany. We wrap up the mortgage market, household formation, and design trends within.

Tuesday, 25 September 2012 20:50


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Habitat for Humanity's ReStore is a discount home improvement store that accepts and re-sells new and reusable home improvement building materials. The store is open to the public and revenue from sales directly offsets the administrative costs of Habitat for Humanity-Greater Columbus.

Tuesday, 30 July 2013 00:00

Coming Soon To Beautiful Kitzmiller Road!

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There's a reason Les Wexner chose to build the second largest mansion in Ohio on Kitzmiller Road. 

Browse nearby property listings on Trulia and find a high-ranked location across many categories as well as glowing descriptions of homes for sale like "...nestled in park-like acres," "Enjoy scenic views of a sparkling creek," as well as "Star gaze from 3 acres with mature trees and gorgeous setting."  However, we enjoy this down-to-earth description from a joyride/motorcycle blog that also hints at why this area just outside Columbus also offers peace of mind and a sense of security.  Its all about living in the country with the convenience of city-living:

Kitzmiller starts at a bar with good drink specials and ends at a pizza joint with good pies. The road is in great condition with some 90 degree turns and lots of trees. Be careful of the speeds cause the law is watching. This road goes through a horse farm, golf course and the homestead of the CEO of Victoria Secrets.

- Troy Rote (1/24/11)

Tuesday, 25 September 2012 19:19


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100% of all funds raised by Pelotonia directly support cancer research conducted at Ohio State’s Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.

Thursday, 23 August 2012 00:00

The Market

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Sales soar as buyers compete for homes

Interesting article in the Dispatch on August 23, 2012 about a lower inventory of homes for sale in Central Ohio.  Anecdotedly, I have heard the same from a neighbor who has decided to build in Italian Village because she can't find a home for sale that suits her needs.

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The Tuckerman Group has built two of our homes and will hopefully be building a third for us soon. Their work is outstanding, all of the employees are helpful, and their honesty and integrity throughout the building process is why we continue to come back to them to build.

- M. Holmes

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 13:37

Quality & Customer Service

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These are our strongest reasons to build with us. 


1.   Higher quality homes and superior customer service is what sets us apart.

2.   Talk to one of our buyers--you'll find they talk about the knowledge, selection, and care that we give our homes and the careful attention we pay to client service. Those are the reasons we're often chosen over other builders.

3.   We like to think of each home as if we were going to live in it ourselves.

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Craig and his team are there every step of the way. From the first time we met, every question was answered, every promise kept. If they tell you the flooring guys will be in next week, the flooring guys will be in next week. We're so pleased; we've recommended them to our family and close friends.  Our next home will be built by The Tuckerman Home Group.

- Caren & Don West

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 13:37


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  • Personalized and integrated packages that include a professional analysis of site, design, and financing.
  • Architects and draftsmen to help modify our current floor plans or create custom designs at very reasonable prices.
  • A design showroom is available with the latest designs and materials, staffed by experienced personnel who can introduce and explain to you our various products and vendors.
Thursday, 31 January 2013 15:58

Permit Positive

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New Dispatch, New Report on Housing

How do you like the new Dispatch format?  People we talk to are pretty positive about it and if you saw the front page today, well, its pretty positive too.

"More jobs, low interest rates and rising rents are helping drive home construction. The improving market also means that homeowners are finally able to sell their homes, allowing them to buy a new one."

Here is the Tuckerman Home Group review of this latest news by the numbers...

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The folks at The Tuckerman Home Group are so easy to work with, and so good to their word. We wouldn't build with anyone else. While other builders are often limited in their selection, Craig and his team are flexible about options. I asked for a custom mantle. They provided it. I asked for special outlet covers -- brass, silver, they let me choose.

It's possible to swap, add, and even save! My mother calls Craig, "the most honest man I've ever met…"

- Lance & Mindy Holmes

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We worked with The Tuckerman Home Group to build our new home in New Albany, OH. The craftsmanship and quality of the home are second to none and we couldn't be happier with our decision to build with THG! We highly recommend Craig Tuckerman/Tuckerman Home Group as they helped us build the home of our dreams!

- M. Muzi
Westerville, Ohio

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 16:33

CNBC: Builders Not Meeting Demand

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We're Trying!

Some great analysis today on fundamental housing market dynamics as old as the hammer and nail: when demand rises and supply shrinks, prices go up.  While you don't need a degree in economics from The Ohio State University to understand this, CNBC does some great reporting on the finer points.  For instance, market segmentation between distressed properties, used homes, and new builds from builders adds some depth to the picture of rising costs.  Also of note is, despite the local market's hit in 2008, prices are on the rise everywhere--even in those areas not swamped with foreclosures like Columbus.  CNBC claims builders aren't building fast enough--if they only knew what The Tuckerman Home Group was accomplishing in Wentworth Crossing!  Read the whole article within.

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The Tuckerman Home Group worked with us in designing and building our beautiful home. They were extremely accomodating and provided excellent assistance to us as we transferred from out of state to the Columbus area. Their workmanship, customer service and follow-up activities were outstanding. We would highly recommend them to any prospective client interested in building.

- Rob Dillon

Inventory, New Starts, and Mortgage Rates So Low That Prices Cannot Last

"Sellers could be soon be riding a perfect storm of pent-up demand, historic low rates, and very few new homes for sale or coming soon," said Craig Tuckerman, President of The Tuckerman Home Group as he finished tidying the grounds of his company's latest sale, a single family home at 6326 Artesian Run in Lewis Center.

Tuesday, 31 December 2013 16:17

WSJ: Housing Outlook for 2014

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As Mortgage Rates Tick Up, Supply-Demand Balance Should Encourage Building

"Expect the mix of buyers in the coming year to shift to a combination of families moving up or buying their first homes—rather than the cash-only investors who have been driving sales in many cities"- Jed Kolko, Chief Economist at Trulia.  From the Wall Street Journal article below

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