Our logo contains 4 symbols that represent the types of homes we build. The crossed arrows pull the symbols into a family. We started building homes in 2003. Our first homes were pretty simple in nature and were easy to sell. In 2007 we started building craftsman style homes and we quickly gained a reputation of being the craftsman house guy. The top symbol comes from the Roycrofters. The Roycrofters ( http://www.roycrofter.com/ )were artists and are closely associated with Arts and Crafts style homes. In 2010 we started building all white farmhouse style homes. At the time it was not popular at all but we embarked on a farmhouse path. Our second symbol of a rooster represent Folk National. Folk national was the predominant style of home throughout the country in the early 1900's through the 50's. A common style of folk national is a wing and gable or "Gabled Ell". A true old school farmhouse is generally a folk national style. Our third logo is an anchor and represent costal and colonial. While colonial style homes are rather common, we like to put unique twist on our style. Our colonials and cape cods tend to be distinctive. Our homes tend to be from the North east in appearance and fit well into the Wisconsin environment. Our last symbol is pretty self-explanatory. A heart with a key hole. We can build whatever your heart desires.