Spaces thoughtfully crafted for you.

West Coast Homes was created in 2011 as a division of Faber Construction. Faber had been building custom homes since 1987, and it simplified things for us and our clients to create a separate residential division. We combine design expertise and construction management to create thoughtfully built homes—big, tiny, or in-between.

Since our start building tiny homes in 2015, WCH has become a well-known custom tiny home builder. Our team of lifelong learners take pride in being a part of this innovative movement. We build custom homes and tiny homes for clients in the top northwest corner of Washington State, though we’ve also built and delivered fully mobile tiny homes all throughout Washington!







Our Approach

WCH’s approach is simple. You share details about your dream home and budget and we work to align them. We all dream big until our budget tells us to calm down. As home construction is often more expensive than you may expect, we work closely with you to provide our building expertise and help with design and controlling costs. We love creative collaboration—and we’re confident this shines through in the beautiful spaces we create for our clients.

We get to know one another and find out if we are a good fit. You do most of the talking and we take really good notes. We want to learn all about your hopes and dreams for your new home.

Based on the notes from our initial meeting, our team gathers quotes on materials and labor. Our network of subcontractors and suppliers are valued members of our team and provide us with knowledge and expertise that we organize and offer to you.

Once quotes are collected from our subcontractors and suppliers, we add in costs for the work we’ll perform. Next, we compile this information into a complete estimate for the design and construction of your home.

We present a proposal that includes a detailed outline of the items included in our package. In this meeting, we review the project’s inclusions and exclusions and discuss whether adjustments need to be made. If required, we revise the proposal.

Once you are happy with the proposal’s details, we both sign the proposal / contract. After these five planning steps are complete, we execute on building your new home!

We’re ready to help you build your dream home

using creativity, integrity & innovation.

Our Team

Our clients say we’re pretty cool people to work with. Either you’ll have to trust their word or find out by partnering with us. We look forward to proving them right!

Raymond Faber
Raymond FaberBusiness Development
With years of building experience and a BA in Business Management from Western Washington University, Raymond excels at delivering dream homes within every client’s budget. He makes the job look easy with his light-heartedness, but he’s one jokester you’ll be glad to have in your corner! When he’s not running a variety of construction projects, you’ll find Raymond at home with his Aussie wife and four sweet/sassy kids. We’ll let you guess which ones take after their father…
Laura Faber
Laura FaberProject Manager & Interior Designer
Our resident interior designer and creative junkie, Laura brings a hard-earned BA in Interior Design to our WCH team. With international clients and miles of travel under her belt, Laura infuses thoughtfulness and passion in all of our projects. Inspired by her love of art and travel, Laura has a genuine desire to create well-designed, functional spaces that are tailor-made for her clients. Nothing makes her smile more than creating the perfect space that communicates life and joy!
Peter Kingma
Peter KingmaProduction Manager
With unmatched energy and enthusiasm for all things construction, Peter comes to WCH with over ten years of commercial construction experience. He’s passionate about building with attention to quality, longevity and efficiency, and has a myriad of successful projects under both his personal and professional (tool) belt. When he’s not on the tools creating custom furniture for his young family, you might find him under the hood of a 4×4, ripping around on something motorized, playing team sports, or snowboarding down the Twin Sisters!

“Home is the nicest word there is.”

Laura Ingalls Wilder