We are leading construction in Encinitas into the green movement. From Moonlight Beach to Rancho Santa Fe, La Costa to Manchester; Hauser Houses builds quality homes.
We strive to separate trash, reduce waste in our building methods, limit site runoff, and reduce energy needs through green building techniques.
The days of track homes are done; we are out of space. Remodels and custom construction is the future of Encinitas. The future of building is Green, and the progressive mind-set of Encinitas sets the stage for some opportunities to experiment with new Green building techniques.
Contact us for a bid on your bathroom remodel, kitchen renovation or home addition in Encinitas, Leucadia, Cardiff-by-the-Sea or Olivenhain.
We have years of experience dealing with the Encinitas planning department. The unique growth needs of this coastal hamlet, combined with coastal commission requirements, makes development requirements a bit higher.
To see some of Hauser Houses work in Encinitas, you need look no further than the iconic Concession Stand at Moonlight Beach where we completed a restaurant renovation in April, 2009 for the city of Encinitas. The plumbing, electrical and stucco were all upgraded within budget. A tiki and bamboo feel was weaved into the interior, to give a Hawaiian feel to the newly remodeled snack stand. Hauser Houses hand-made the new counter tops, windows, and door treatments throughout the stand. Working with local resin artist Finn Madsen, Hauser Houses was able to make the front counter have a surfboard resin top, that is easily refinished and very clean. Underneath the resin sits historic photos of the city of Encinitas, specifically the earliest photos of Moonlight Beach.
In 2009 we completed a green roof garden off Stratford Drive in Encinitas, which includes a roof top deck that doubles as a growing ground for plants. This newly discovered green roofing technique reduces heating & cooling bills. To see our some of our extensive deck building experience, check out Barrles & Branches Nursery, where Hauser Houses completed the top viewing deck at the nursery in mid 2008.