Quality and Custom Design and Building
From Margate to the Mainland...Linwood to Longport...and beyond!
For more than two decades, we've been creating distinctive homes, commercial spaces and furnishings for clients throughout Atlantic County.  With offices in Galloway Township, NJ, we often work in the shore communities of Ocean City, Longport, Margate, Ventnor, and the adjacent mainland, including Northfield, Linwoord and Somers Point.

Our reputation is built on master craftsmanship, and our artisan approach ensures a one-of-a kind result that showcases your personal or corporate style.  As a family business, we pride outselves on deliverig the same kind of personal attention to ensure that you are involved and happy every step of the way.  Give us a call.  We are ready to show you what we can do for your home or business.

Kupp Builders is insured.  References are avaiable upon request.
Meet The Team
George Kupp
President and Owner
Driven by a passion for perfection, an an eye for artistic detail, and over 30 years of experience, George sits at the helm of Kupp Builders. He founded the company Kupp Builders in 1997, after spending years in the boat building and woodworking industries.  With Kupp Builders, he's now able to put that expertise to work, whether it's recommending the right architectural addition to complement a home or the right wood or other material to beautifully withstand a harsh shore environment.
Daniel Kupp
Cabinetry & Woodworking
Continuing the Kupp legacy of fine craftsmanship, Daniel designs and builds the custom pieces that define a space. He'll help you to refine your vision with suggestions for beautiful woods or other base materials, textures and accents that distinctively make it your own.  His training is in both the artistic and the practical arts. He has trained at the prestigious Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine. Dan enjoys the creative process of transforming a design from paper into a signature piece that you'll enjoy for years to come.
Mary Kupp
Mary is an artist in her own right as Mary contributes her design ideas.  She finds inspiration in historic architecture, woodworking and metal work,  which is one of her biggest interests.