Viewing our website here is a much Greener way to check us out, rather than driving out here and seeing our Window Showroom, Wood Working Shop and our Efficient Office in a remodeled dairy barn. However, once you peruse our storefront, I hope you do decide to call and come out, or have a salesman over to see your own place and what you want to change in it.
After reviewing our website, I hope you come away with the impression that whether you are in need of small or routine home repairs, home remodeling, an addition or two, new windows, siding, or roofing, or just simply want to improve your home's energy performance, Heritage Builders, Inc. and Professional Handyman Service is the right company for you.
Links at the left, give you information about all of the services we offer and many of the projects we have completed and repeat business we have earned, and actually who we are. I am trying to give you a great picture of how we do things and why.
Our over 30 years of experience and our unending promise of excellent workmanship, excellent service and excellence in being green is available here and now for you and your own project.
Please feel free to contact us by email or just give us a call at 235-7910. Thank you for your time, and your business.
In 2000, we built a model modular home north of Menomonie. Insulated crawlspace houses all mechanicals. 2x4 wall with foam sheathing is very energy efficient. New storm windows and patio door.
A custom built home custom designed by the owner in 1989. Insulated poured foundation. Southern views take in light and heat when needed. Positive drainage around to divert rain water into rain garden.
Custom designed modular home built in 1994. Super efficient and durable windows. Parade Home. Insulated foundation. Flash Filter vent at dormer.
Custom designed by Courtney Nystuen. To blend perfectly with existing home in Woodland Terrace. Economy is achieved with Room In Attic trusses- creating more 'free' storage space above without adding to earth imprint. Good design that blends with it's environment is one example of Green Design.
Custom Built in 1991 on Lake Tainter. Designed by Architectural Design Group. Deep overhangs move out the drip line. Rigid foam insulation on walls plus batts. Sealed box sills.
Custom designed by owner in the hills west of Colfax. Tightly sealed home. Infloor radiant heat. Locally supplied poplar ceiling panels. Energy efficient windows. Finished off Basement.
Restoration after a fire, this home was totally rebuilt in Menomonie in 2001. New Windows. Sealed box joists and air chutes. Taped house wrap on all exterior surfaces for effective drainage plane. Cleaned and reused entire foundation.
Custom designed garage and storage by Courtney Nystuen of Menomonie. Building has EIFS stucco system to compliment appearance of existing home. Project included expanding piano room into existing garage.
Building a New Home is a great way to get a home that truly reflects the customers personalities, wishes, and dreams. It is a way to start out with the greenest of building components such as the best insulation, the most durable surfaces, the more healthy floorings or the most efficient mechanical systems.
Heritage Builders is a licensed company of experienced and trained master carpenters, knowledgeable in the Building Code and Energy Efficient Construction with over 30 years of experience.
Heritage Builders has been building new homes since 1986. Each home has been uniquely designed and built for specific customers.
While Green is trendy now, Green Building techniques have been employed in our homes since the beginning. Here are some of the features of homes we have built.
On your behalf, we are the General Contractor, whose job it is to manage all the work of all the subs trades, the materials suppliers, and our own carpenters.
We coordinate all of the thousands of complex details that come together in the project you will call home.
We work hard to ensure that your new home is exactly what you expect.
Today, there are more and better ways to Build Green:
“Bill has worn every hat possible. Bill joined the company in 1986. A former architectural design student at UW-Stout, Bills talents include project design, estimating, solving spatial, mechanical problems and Project Management.. Bill holds four Wisconsin Building Inspector Licenses. Today, as Vice President and Project Manager, he is the person who works behind the scenes to make your project run efficiently. He sets up and manages the project schedule. He speaks daily with all crew, project sub-trades and material suppliers. His vast wealth of knowledge in building science and building law assures your project will be completed professionally, safely, and efficiently. Bill is an avid hunter, fisher, machinist, and bicycle rider.”
Vice President, License No. 70400
“Ron joined our crew in 2007. Ron has 18 years of carpentry experience building and remodeling homes in the Greater Menomonie area. He too is a master carpenter. Prior to becoming a carpenter he served in the US Air Force as a personnel superintendent. Ron's roots in carpentry were nourished on his family farm near Colfax, a farm on which, like most, 'you just did everything.' Ron is very knowledgeable about Information Technology and enjoys spending quality time with his four grandaughters.”
“Jeff joined our company in 1988. Jeff has over 30 years as a skilled and experienced carpenter. He is experienced in all aspects of residential construction and remodelling. Jeff is meticulously detailed in framing, and trimming. When he is not on the job, he loves to hunt, fish and build things around his home. He also enjoys working on vechicles.”
“Ben started work in Aug 2004. Ben has over 12 years experience in the field and many more working with wood. He is the self proclaimed “smartest man alive”, Thus enjoys being creative, and solving problems. His experiences seem to include everything from the chimney cap to the footings, and has a joke for all of them.”
“Mary joined the company in Mar 2012. Mary is responsible for all of the financial details needed to run a construction company, including job cost accounting, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable. On your project, Mary tracks all expenses for carpentry, sub-trades, and materials. She processes invoices and statements to you and she pays all bills pertaining to your project. In the background, she ensures all taxes and insurances are up to date. Mary creates various financial reports needed to manage the company. When she is not at her desk, she owns and operates Connection Accounting, a full service financial company in Knapp, WI.”
“Troy joined the company in June 2016. Troy has been in the building trades since 1990, he started in the manufactured and modular housing industry with sales and setup. During that time he studied and worked as a project manager and eventually got his General contractors license. He managed a local housing company for several years in the area until they chose to move their business into another area. Troy was recruited into the insurance property claims industry for water losses, fire, wind, hail and storm for residential and commercial property. Troy did the evaluations, estimates, desk reviews for these claims working with the property owners, insurance company, adjusters, local building inspectors making sure these losses were returned to pre-loss conditions. Troy enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking and enjoying the outdoors, camping and fishing.”
We chose you as our contractor not necessarily because you were "cheapest" but because in asking around, I found that no one ever had anything negative to say about you (vs. others). And we were not disappointed either. You listened carefully to what we wanted done. If there was a problem with what we wanted, your crew could suggest an alternative that achieved the same effect. The crew was fantastic-very personable, knowledgeable, and cooperative. It could not have been an easy job handling all the quirks of this old house, but we are so pleased with the results. We will heartily recommend you to anyone who asks. Our only regret is that we didn't do this 25 years ago. Thanks.
Ron - our kitchen is the warmest room in the house now. When we shut off the heat in general, this room stays the warmest the longest. That is why we are having you back to remodel our bathroom. Thank you.
Several windows were installed last December so we didn't really appreciate the windows until springtime when we could open them. They are so easy to open! (Multiple Window Replacement Projects)