Team

Failure wasn’t an option and I didn’t know to say no.

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Raised by immigrant parents, their Mediterranean culture heavily influenced my work ethic as well as my architectural style. However, just as important as who raised me is how and where I was raised. As a native of Brooklyn, NY, the best education I could have ever received was from the School of Hard Knocks. The kids in my neighborhood worked hard for everything they got and we learned to defy the word no. We proudly gained an innate desire to succeed at challenges deemed unattainable.

When I left New York, I had the bags on my back, admission to UW—Madison and a new challenge to conquer. I soaked up what the University taught me while working with local builders. Making myself useful. Learning hands-on.

Reworking designs cast aside. As I learned more, I wanted to try more. Experiment in design, creation and craftsmanship where others wouldn’t. To do this, I needed to go out on my own. Without financing. Without clientele. Without failure as an option.

One design turned into a beautiful home. Which lead to second and then a third. Within Leader’s infancy, I met Robin. She had frustrated buyers unable to find a home—they hired me to solve the problem. Robin had buyers without great home options. I had great home options and needed great buyers. Robin knows the local market, where to find the lots and how to sell a buyer’s current home. Our work together made a natural partnership.

Our referrals increased. Our jobs got bigger. Then, we met Cory. As a construction manager, his process was a locked-down system. He insisted on the highest quality craftsmanship with a keen attention to detail and constant communication. He was an easy addition to our Leader’s team.

As we grow, we learn. With each new client, we learn new things. We have learned we like being a small team. It makes us nimble. We have learned we love the challenges our clients bring. We love the creative risk and we love positively affecting your building experience, your home, your budget and your future.

At Leader’s Custom Homes we have just one goal—to inspire you with your own home—while inspiring ourselves in the process.

 

Small team. Big distinction.

living roomOur distinction is our small team. No details are too small. No opportunities are missed.

As we grow, we learn. With each new client, we learn new things. We have learned we love being nimble. Love the challenges our clients bring us. Love taking creative risks and positively affecting your building experience, your budget and your future.

At Leader’s Custom Homes we have just one goal—to inspire you with your own home—while inspiring ourselves in the process.

  • Josh Bieber; Owner/Designer
  • Robin Anderson-Guernsey; Director of Marketing for Leader’s Custom Homes; Broker Associate for Stark Company Realtors, 608-213-8778
  • Cory Sines; Construction Manager
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