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You will feel right at home with Mainbuilt. We are the premier builder of luxury estates in Iowa. How? By executing high-quality craftsmanship and an intricate level of detail in every custom home we build. And never the same house twice.


Where you live should emulate how you live. Your home is a clear reflection of you, your distinct tastes, and personal comforts. Blending your aspirations and everyday lifestyle, our intimate process combines elegant artistry and fine craftsmanship with the highest standards of quality that make for a masterpiece. This starts with getting to know you, understanding your vision and creating a personalized approach that involves you every step of the way. Clients tell us our detailed timelines, in-person meetings and overcommunication are as valuable as what goes on our sketchpads.

Your journey home features a tailored experience centered around you. From our architects and designers to our project managers and skilled carpenters, we’re all guided by a simple premise: building a custom home should be fun.

Explore our portfolio of selected projects to see how we’ve helped shape dreams into luxurious living for so many Iowans. Just know that the place we build for you will be one-of-a-kind.


MainBuilt began in 1957, with the founding principles of high-quality craftsmanship, originality, and dedication to detail. Today, MainBuilt serves as the Greater Des Moines Area's boutique home builder specializing in customization and executive acreages. With over 70 years of expertise in custom home building, our projects span from Iowa to across the United States. 

In 2021, three Iowa-based companies synonymous with luxury home building, interior design, and remodeling are now officially under one roof. MainBuilt, Meghan Blum Interiors, and Minnesota Cabinets are uniting their expertise and resources to provide customers with a seamless experience. They become the only company in Iowa to provide complete custom home construction, custom cabinetry, and custom furnishings under one roof.

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