Clint Small Custom Homes believes in the old saying - "He is the happiest, be he king or peasant, who finds peace in his home." But we also understand that "peace" means different things to different people - and aim to ensure every homeowner ends up with a home that meets their functional and aesthetic dreams.
Clint has been recognized as one of the best homebuilders in Austin. He has received several awards including Superintendent of the Year and Custom Homebuilder of the Year. He also received the City of Austin Distinguished Service Award for his work with the City of Austin and the Austin Home Builders Association. More. →
You dream it. We build it. You live in it! Our goal is to demystify the home building process and show that building a new home is not only a reality, but the entire process is a fun and interesting adventure that you will get to enjoy forever. See what clients have said about working with Clint. →
About Clint Small
Deemed "one of the nicest, most honest, and hard working guys in the custom home market" by a recent client, Clint has received numerous awards including Superintendent of the Year by the Austin Home Builders Association and the President's Choice for Custom Home Builder of the Year. Clint also received the City of Austin Distinguished Service Award for his work with the City of Austin and the Austin Home Builders Association.
Clint’s diverse work background demonstrates a commitment to both customer and public service – traits he is also committed to outside of the office. He served eight years on the Austin Parks Board where he was appointed by two different mayors and also served two years on the Austin Planning Commission where he helped develop important renovation and development policies for Austin residents and builders. As stated in the Austin Business Journal about Clint’s work on the Commission, “Clint polished his reputation as a consensus maker among various Austin community and business interests and was a “sterling example” of the progress city boards and commissions can make when members take time to learn about issues and seek compromise.” Continue Reading →