About

Grendahl Design Company is a design build firm that provides new build construction homes in the Bismarck Mandan area. We are a husband and wife team that thrive together and in the building process.

We offer beautifully built spec homes designed specifically for the market! They are thoughtfully designed and inviting and offer a refreshing and classic design style.

We can also design and manage your project from concept to completion. You can choose from one of our many floor plans and customize them to fit your families specific needs.

Roger is the project manager of the homes, and he is hands on during the construction process. Roger is full of knowledge and He makes sure the projects run smoothly and in a timely fashion. He has a background of 19 years plus in the construction industry, and runs a successful electrical business for the past 14 years, @rgelectricbismarck. He has overseen many large projects, and has managed many new construction home projects.

Sarah brings the style, function, and design. She has a degree in Interior design, and designing homes is her passion. Classic and refreshing is how she likes to sum up her design style. Every detail from the functional floor plans to the final cabinet hardware is thoughtfully planned to create a beautiful, inviting, and balanced space.

We use the best computer software to help show clients views of their home before construction even begins.

We also use reputable sub contractors and run a project that maintains a good working schedule. We work closely with homeowners to design and create their dream home, while guiding them through all the big decisions and design process.

You can always check out our website in our bio for more information and our past and upcoming projects!

Featured Links

A Few of Our Favorite Triple-Pane Windows | Pella

Grendahl Design Co. — River + Ranch Magazine (riverandranchmagazine.com)

8010 Country Hills Drive, Bismarck, ND 58503 – Bismarck-Mandan Board of REALTORS® (bismarckmandanhomes.com)

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