Where We Build

East Coast Contractors has offices in Tucson and Scottsdale 


We provide services in Tucson, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler and surrounding areas. Since remodeling, renovation, and restoration are our specialties, we know exactly where to obtain the best of building materials, so that we can match your original construction exactly. High-end custom home builders frequently refer their clients to us, since we are so capable and experienced with the various styles of building in the Tucson and Scottsdale areas. We also have many clients you may contact for references concerning the quality and style of our work. Please contact us about your construction ideas!

Why Build In Arizona

  1. Perfect Weather, 80% of the time. Aside from the sizzling summers, Arizona is a meteorology dream. The sun shines. The skies are blue. The breeze is sweet. The mornings and evenings are cool. You can wear t-shirts all year long.
  2. Unparalleled Sunsets. It’s not an easy task to find a match for Southern Arizona’s grand sunsets. Purples, pinks, oranges, and blues explode over mountainous horizons nightly for an art show unlike any other.
  3. Lack of Humidity.  Most people prefer dry Arizona to dripping moisture and will never complain about Arizona summers in the same way again.
  4. No Tornadoes. Never been more grateful for temperate climate. Natural disasters are far less scary when you have a house and a basement, but…it’s even nicer not having to worry at all. Same goes for earthquakes.
  5. No Blizzards. Not even in the dead of winter. “Cold” here is like 40 degrees…and that is really cold. 
  6. Being able to go for a walk/run/bike ride outside at least 9 months of the year. If you’re the outdoorsy type like we are, Tucson is paradise. Rarely are people contained indoors by rain, sleet, snow, or bugs. Sure, it’s hot in the summer, but…you can always escape to Mt. Lemmon.
  7. Mt. Lemmon. At 9,157 feet, it’s a haven from hot weather in the summer and a snowy retreat in the winter. Best of all, it’s only about 45-60 minutes away.
  8. Sunflower Market, Trader Joe’s, AND Whole Foods Market. When it comes to the natural food arena, Tucson offers more options than most. 
  1. Reasonably Priced Grocery Stores with fresh produce from neighboring states. To say we experienced a bit of “sticker shock” in states across the USA is an understatement. Heavy whipped cream was $7. Avocados were $3 (each). Not prices we were used to. 
  2. Mountains in Every Direction. How foreign is it to look around and see flat lands. Not to get poetic on you, but what is beauty without the purple-blue mountains in the landscape.
  3. Wide Open Spaces. Room to breathe. It’s the country out here – even in the middle of the city. It’s hard to describe, but that’s the way it is.
  4. Nice Freeways with good signage. This is true for “Arizona” more than for “Tucson” specifically, but AZ’s roads are in excellent condition compared to the majority of the country. Few potholes. Lots of rest stops. Great for road-tripping.
  5. Sunshine. 350+ days of it. To warm your shoulders, your cheeks, and your heart.
  6. The Smell of Rain in the Desert. Until you’ve smelled it, you can’t quite get it. It smells clean, refreshing, new – full of life and good things. If I could bottle it, I’d make a million.
  7. The Landscape. Yes, cactus are beautiful. In a different way than oaks and pines, but breathtaking nonetheless.
  8. Big, but not too big. The Tucson metro area is about 1 million, but not described as densely populated, crazy, or crowded. The city is large enough for H&M and Costco, but not so big that you feel small.
  9. The Ability to get to the sea in 6 hours – by car. When the sea coaxes your spirit, you can get away with relative ease.

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