Bringing Dreams to Life
Here at Garlock Brothers, custom homes are not just a job, but a passion. Many people go through life with the hope of one day owning their ‘dream home.’ In many cases, that dream home is uniquely designed for YOU. When the time comes for it to become a reality, things can sometimes get a little overwhelming. Our goal is to help make the process as painless as possible for you.
You may second guess yourself, or asking questions like: ‘Where do I go first?’ ‘Do I need an architect?’ ‘What if I don’t have land for it, yet?’ We are able to help you through all of these stages. In fact, we recommend you come to us while you are just at the Idea stage. By getting to know us early on, we can see if we’re a good fit for your needs. Furthermore, this gives us more time to build up trust: a very important part of the process. Give us a call, and lets start getting to know each other!
We’re Here to Help
Above all else, the customers always come first to us. Our goal is to make sure we are offering you our best possible services. We will work with you closely to make sure this is the case: it is important that we are on the same page every step of the way. If things change, we will do our best to be flexible. Everyone is different; every individual or family has unique tastes and needs.
On this page, you can find an overview of some custom homes we have built. in a range of styles, materials, and budgets.
At any given time, we are working on an assortment of projects at once. To see what we’re up to, or what’s coming next, follow us on Facebook.
We were part of a major renovation project of an 1860s Farmhouse in rural Northwest Ohio for most of 2017. The home had been in the owner’s family for several generations, but was in need help before the new generation could to move in. The owners kept a blog over the course of the project, which is a great way to get a inside look of how we work. There are plenty of behind the scenes and before & after images! We pretty much built an entire new house inside the original frame: demolishing old walls to make way for new ones, a brand new porch, new electrical lines, updating the plumbing…you name it. You can visit the blog here.