Meet the Builder
Mike Preston has worked in new home construction in the Omaha area for over 18 years. Mike has personally overseen the construction of over 300 custom homes in the Omaha building market, from the origination of the sale, development of the building plans, construction of the homes, and servicing warranty upon completion.
Quality Materials & Service
Customers work directly with the builders, Mike and Ashleigh, through all phases of the building process. Building 15-20 homes per year allows HBC Homes, Inc. to spend the needed time with each customer to discover their expectations for their new home. By investing this time early in the custom home building process, HBC Homes, Inc., is able to identify and implement their customer’s goals for the new home.
HBC Homes, Inc., uses the highest quality building products both interior and exterior. These materials, combined with a team of experienced subcontractors allows HBC Homes, Inc., to consistently deliver a new home that is well above the industry standard. HBC Homes, Inc., takes pride in the long term working relationships it has built with its suppliers and subcontractors.
Custom Homes for your Unique Life
Acreage building and other new home “niche” areas is an additional way HBC Homes, Inc., separates itself from their competition. Mike and Ashleigh average 2-3 acreage new home builds per year, ranging from acreage styled developments to private farm land. And as a true Omaha customer home builder, HBC Homes, Inc. can incorporate numerous customer specific amenities, such as zero clearance entries, home elevators, etc…) efficiently and cost effectively.
What our Customers are Saying…
“I’d like to tell you again how much I appreciated and valued working with you both and HBC during the building experience. Your professionalism, willingness to help share your building knowledge, and giving advice was valued and noticed! The contractors you hire are personable professional and respectable to work with. HBC is the complete package and certainly recommended in the industry.”