It was 1993 when David Hall began his construction career in Bend, Oregon after growing up on a small farm west of Tumalo. For his entire life, Bend and the surrounding outdoors have been his playground. Skiing, snowboarding, whitewater kayaking and canoeing, mountain biking, backpacking, paddle boarding, and trail running have all been a large part of his life in Central Oregon. David’s love for the Central Oregon outdoors and it’s open spaces blends perfectly with his passion for beautiful homes and outdoor living spaces that complement this environment and his clients who live and play in it.  David enjoys developing personal relationships with his clients, and they have been known to rely on him for information on the best outdoor experience that each season has to offer.

In addition to enjoying helping his clients navigate the dynamic and often complex building world, David’s deep Central Oregon roots allow him to select from the top trusted professionals in the field to confidently execute any residential construction project that comes his way.

With a proven track record of satisfied clients who continue to refer their friends and family, and extensive hands-on experience with multiple disciplines in the remodeling and new construction processes, David’s professionalism, dedication, customer service and attention to detail are second to none.

David has been in Bend since 1974, and has been working in high-end residential construction for 23 years. He gained his extensive understanding of the construction process while working in many different trades, on custom homes in high-end neighborhoods such as Pronghorn, Vandevert Ranch, Crosswater, Brokentop, Awbrey Glen, and many more.

David started his first construction company with a partner in 2007. Together they successfully built the company, in spite of the recession, due to their connections in Central Oregon and longstanding reputations in the community. In 2014 David founded DH Builders Inc.  DH builders is committed to contributing to the quality of life in Central Oregon.