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For four consecutive years, Regency Custom Homes is the proud recipient of “The Best of Houzz” awards including distinctions design & customer service. Houzz, the world’s largest residential design database, presents this award annually to the most popular designer in its network of homeowners, home remodeling and design enthusiasts, and home improvement professionals. Steve Wiggins’ impeccable cutting edge designs, persistent attention to detail, and sincere passion for building custom homes continues to be recognized by House’s 35 million monthly users from around the country and the world.
Builder Steve Wiggins of Regency Custom Homes, along with his team of designers, pushed the envelope of luxury and contemporary living with this house that was featured in Phoenix Home & Garden magazine. The sharp angles, slanted walls and windows of all sizes and shapes provide a small glimpse of the distinctive design elements that rest beyond the large glass entry door. Wiggins’ inventive ideas include a glass-covered powder room floor, an indoor water wall and a fireplace wall partially covered by a textured copper façade. A retractable corner pocket wall opens the room to an infinity-edge pool with a sunken spa, patio and expansive views of Phoenix. Visit this home’s portfolio for more details on the residence itself.
Steve Wiggins, founder and president of Regency Custom Homes, has custom-designed and built over 350 homes in the Phoenix area. The designs are based on the lifestyles of the occupants, and several homes were built with a focus on meeting green standard, including developing designs that accommodate the site, using reclaimed or recycled products, and selecting Energy Star certified appliances to minimize energy costs and improve the energy efficiency of the home. The Mirabel residence is one of many that demonstrates Regency’s commitment to home efficiency while ensuring a sumptuous space.
Innovation can be found by using commonplace things in new and productive ways. Regency Custom Homes president Steve Wiggins received the 2003 Pacesetter Award for Innovation, as featured in Custom Home magazine. His use of digital technology in a comprehensive and networked way is rare among custom builders. For instance, he uses simple spreadsheets combined with CAD software to accomplish scheduling tasks – resulting in quick and accurate estimating capabilities.