F.C. Batton & Son has been family owned and operated for over 100 years. We have the knowledge, experience and integrity to build or renovate your dream home. We welcome the opportunity to quote you a competitive bid on any size project.
Prospective clients know that F. C. Batton & Son will be around because we have been around,
The company was founded ago by current owner Rick Batton’s great grandfather and in 1902. In 1953, Rick’s grandfather and father incorporated the company. Rick was reared “on the job” and has been working in the trade since returning home from college in the late 70’s.
Several years ago, Rick’s son, Kyle joined the company full time. This fourth and fifth generation are still modeling the way they run things on the success of their predecessors. A client came to Rick requesting that he build his retirement home with the same caring attitude his father had displayed in building the gentleman’s first home years ago. The philosophy of 1902 is the philosophy of today. Outstanding quality for a fair price and completing projects within schedule and budget are standards that have followed by all generations of F. C. Batton & Son.
Although the history of our company speaks for itself, other factors have also contributed to the success of the company. The loyalty and working relationships with our subcontractors and employees are definitely a positive force. Our subcontractors are experienced, dependable and have worked for us for years. Our crews are experienced in framing, concrete, roofing, siding, trim and flooring along with many other skills. Most employees have been with F. C. Batton & Son for many years. Our materials suppliers are also tried and true, which further contributes to a high level of efficiency trust and between everyone involved in our projects.
– Rick Batton
Our work ranges from small to large home renovations, including Aging in Place and home fire restorations, to 28,000 square feet custom homes. We have built in many locations, ranging from Baltimore, Harford, Howard and Anne Arundel County to Baltimore City, Gibson Island and the Eastern Shore. Staying competitive and doing a good job is a balance that can’t be sacrificed. Knowing the construction business in every minute detail allows the diversity that ensures constant work.
– Rick Batton