Homan Built Construction
Creating security, comfort and beauty using natural materials, innovative code compliant designs and masterful quality craftsmanship throughout Southern Oregon
“We build the best and fix the rest”
Whether you want cedar, vinyl or post, pole and wire fencing, we’ll help you create the perfect aesthetic around your home.
We specialize in both composite and wood decks. Coupled with our passion for design and top grade materials, we can build you the deck of your dreams!
Trex Pro Certified
Homan Built is certified in Trex Pro Installations.
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Why We Built Homan Built
Homan Built Construction operates in the Rogue Valley in Southern Oregon. We proudly serve Jackson & Josephine counties and all the towns within them. Brent Homan is the owner and is a licensed contractor in the State of Oregon. He has been part of the construction industry in the Rogue Valley since 1987 and received his journeyman’s license in 1995. Owning his own construction company was a long-term goal and lifelong dream.
Brent’s love of design and knowledge of construction started when he was just a boy, helping his dad in the shop. Measure twice, cut once was the first and most important lesson and served not only as an efficiency practice but a cornerstone of integrity that continues to weave itself through all of Brent’s work.
Brent served in the Marine Corp for 6 years and did a tour in Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm. His time in the military honed his attention to detail, resourcefulness and commitment to excellence and he brings these skills to every job.
Our intention is to offer every customer the best service possible. As a small business, we understand the value of your time and your money, and we will do our best to find solutions that work for you.
Homan Built specializes in remodels, decks, and fencing with an emphasis on Quality Craftsmanship.
We proudly serve the Rogue Valley including Medford, Phoenix, Talent, Ashland, Jacksonville, Central Point, Eagle Point, Sams Valley and several more outlying areas.