Making Warren County home
Custom Built Homes
We’ll work with you to build the truly custom home that you envision.
Clearcreek uses pioneering design principles, innovative thinking and cutting-edge technology to build the house of your dreams.
Building a home doesn’t need to be stressful. We provide a streamlined construction process that delivers results, instead of stress.
It's about you, not us
We’re building your custom home. That’s why we listen to your goals, and then deliver solutions that help you reach your destination.
Jeff Kelchner founded Clearcreek Custom Builders with a clear vision. To build custom homes where families can return every day and be surrounded by comfort, craftsmanship and care.
Third-generation business owner
From an early age, Jeff knew that he was a builder at heart. Jeff honed his woodworking craftmanship and construction skills under the mentorship of his father and grandfather, who founded Kelchner Inc., a Springboro-based excavating and civil construction company
After graduating with a Civil Engineering and Construction Management degree from the University of Kentucky, Jeff continued his passion for the construction field as he helped Kelchner Excavating continue its expansion efforts.
After 15 years of experience, Jeff was ready to realize his dreams and become a third-generation Springboro business owner, He founded Clearcreek Custom Builders with his wife Jen, and the vision to become the custom builder of choice for Southwest Ohio.
Building dream homes that last
Clearcreek Custom Builders brings your custom dream home to life, while creating a home-building experience that you truly enjoy. As your trusted partner, we’ll build your home with quality materials, structural integrity and attention to detail – all accomplished through a structured, streamlined process.
Southwest Ohio is home, and Clearcreek wants to build homes that our neighbors love as much as we love the area. Jeff and Jen Kelchner have lived in Clearcreek Township for six years and have two children, ages 3 and 9, and a dog.