Who We Are

Myrtle Construction, LLC has been building homes in New Jersey and Myrtle Beach since 1984. We have built our reputation based on an unwavering belief that price, quality craftsmanship and outstanding customer service must never be compromised.

We believe in fair pricing, the use of only the highest quality building materials, the finest “licensed and insured” sub-contractors and committed to providing the finest customer service in the industry. At Myrtle Construction we believe that we are not merely building custom homes or renovating your existing home but that we are also about building new friendships and neighbors in the process.

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We Take Only the Best

As you tour our homes we invite you to look carefully at the craftsmanship that our team of professionals has put into each home. We would be honored for you to select Myrtle Construction as your builder of choice and we eagerly look forward to the opportunity to serve you and to help create "A Dream You Can Own".

Finest Quality Workmanship

And Outstanding Customer Service

To ensure your complete satisfaction, Myrtle Construction completes several walkthrough and stringent inspections during the construction process. These walkthrough inspections include, at a minimum, the site layout and orientation walk through, a framing/ pre-drywall walkthrough, an interior finish walkthrough, and a final walk through and home orientation. You are also welcome at any time to walk through your dream because our goal is your total satisfaction. At Myrtle Construction, LLC it is our mission to provide each and every customer the finest quality workmanship and outstanding customer service in a manner that consistently meets or exceeds our customers’ expectations.


An ENERGY STAR home uses less energy (Electric and Gas) to heat and cool your home. This will save you money each and every month as long as you own your ENERGY STAR home.



To earn the ENERGY STAR, a home must meet guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These homes are at least 15% more energy efficient than homes built to the 2004 International Residential Code (IRC), and include additional energy-saving features that typically make them 20–30% more efficient than standard homes.


With homebuyers increasingly interested in green building, energy efficiency is the place to start. That’s because the energy used in homes often comes from the burning of fossil fuels at power plants, which contributes to smog, acid rain, and risks of global warming. So, the less energy used, the less air pollution generated. And the easy way to make sure a new home is energy efficient is to look for the blue ENERGY STAR mark, the government-backed symbol for energy efficiency. Learn more about how Green Begins with ENERGY STAR.


Any home three stories or less can earn the ENERGY STAR label if it has been verified to meet EPA’s guidelines, including single family, attached, and low-rise multi-family homes; manufactured homes; systems-built homes (e.g., SIP, ICF, or modular construction); log homes, concrete homes; and even existing retrofitted homes.


ENERGY STAR qualified homes can include a variety of ‘tried-and-true’ energy-efficient features that contribute to improved home quality and homeowner comfort, and to lower energy demand and reduced air pollution