Fazendin Brothers takes a unique approach when bringing to life the dreams and visions of each homeowner. Every project benefits from the hands-on approach taken by Jeff and Allan Fazendin, who combined have more than 80 years of experience in custom home building, design and construction. We have been honored with 26 awards from the Minneapolis and Summit County Parade of Homes and our standards of excellence have held firm for more than 35 years.
The difference starts from the beginning when we send a project out for bids. Rather than taking a cost-plus approach to building, Fazendin Brothers uses a stipulated sum approach that requires a thorough examination of each cost associated with the construction – be it pre-engineering trusses or meticulously poring over take-offs on excavation, concrete, lumber and siding. Once the numbers are put into place in the contract, they do not change. That means there are no unexpected financial surprises along the way or at the end.
Fazendin Brothers also recognizes the importance of timeliness, honesty and communication, which is why we tend to form lifelong friendships with the people who start out as clients. Allan and Jeff are always accessible and their dedicated staff of long-term employees and reliable crew members are equally accessible and friendly. The company is a longstanding member of the Summit County Builders Association and believes in supporting the industry.
Quality is a word often associated with Fazendin Brothers and it’s a reflection of the talents and skills that make up the backbone of the company. Jeff and Allan each started out as journeymen carpenters and have since grown to excel in different areas of the business. Jeff shines with numbers and calculations and Allan brings visions to life with his creativity, sense for materials and textures and overall design elements. It’s a good pairing that has resulted in years of growth and success.
It’s what we call the Fazendin difference, and we’re proud to offer our services to those who also want to call Summit County home.