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June 2023 – #AndersonForeverHome Client Interview

Message From Stoney

Stoney Petit

Recently I had the opportunity to visit with one of our #andersonforeverhome clients, and friend, Josh Leblanc, for a candid discussion about his experience working with Anderson Homes to complete his and his wife, Cheryl’s, custom home. 

From the initial concept and design stage, through the construction process, Josh tells us, from his point of view what it was like to build their home. 

Hear what Josh narrates as their vision, aspirations, and how working with Anderson Homes brought their dreams to life. 

If you’re considering building your dream home or simply have a passion for architecture and design, we hope you will enjoy this conversation as much as I did.

-Stoney Petit

What are the most important
characteristics in a home?

Were there any priority/unexpected changes?

What were some of the most important features for you?

What is an expected favorite feature in your custom home?

What was your experience with the 2021 TX freeze in your home?

2.5 years later, is there anything you would have done differently?

Click here to watch the full video!

Community Impact: Donation

Both employees of Anderson Homes and Anderson Artisans have kids that attend St. Anne’s Catholic School. We were happy to volunteer and participate in the recent Dinner Dance Auction. There may have even been a gator hunt purchased in the excitement of the live auction!

Employee Spotlight:

Anderson Homes and Anderson Artisans got together recently to celebrate. We had a birthday. We celebrated the end of crawfish season. And, we celebrated the hard work the team has been putting into our projects. We handed out the rest “Grit and Grind” award. There were a lot of qualified candidates. Looking forward to the next celebration and adding another name to the trophy!

Social Media Spotlight

St. Anne Catholic School: @stannebmt


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