At Midwest Custom Homes (MCH), all homes are designed and built with one critical element in mind. You. Maybe your growing family needs an extra bedroom, or perhaps your reward for all of the extra hours at the office will be a home right out of Architectural Digest™ magazine. Numerous considerations factor into the home design that will meet your needs. MCH helps simplify this process by being flexible enough to work with your home plans, or by guiding you through the home design process. Of course, designing your home is only part of the process. A successful custom home project requires knowledge and skill. Bob Rasmussen, founder and president of Midwest Custom Homes, brings a unique combination of talent and experience to the home building process. With a degree in engineering, Bob is able to simplify the complexities of the construction process. That formal education mixed with the experience of building fine homes since 1989 has resulted in magnificent homes and happy homeowners. The words “quality” and “custom” are unfortunately so overused today that it is easy to forget what they really stand for. What makes a home built by MCH so special? Clients living in a home built by MCH describe their home as one that functions well for their family, while having the essence and style that they demanded. Distinctive moldings, crafted mill work, and the use of the most progressive materials in the industry demonstrate a style unlike other home builders. Clients would tell you that the “custom” features include a one-of-a-kind imported stone flooring that MCH located specifically to meet the design and standards for the project. Ultimately, though, the success (or failure) of a custom home is determined by the sum of all the parts. Pleasing designs are soon forgotten in a non-functional home, and flowing floor plans become irrelevant in a home without character. A home built by Midwest Custom Homes is distinctive in its blending of form and function.
Bob is extremely dedicated to his community. From taking a large role in the redevelopment of downtown St. Charles, to supporting local charities, his focus is on improving the Fox Valley!