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History of Grace Homes

Authentic Craftsmanship

“The important part of our history is building custom homes.”

Ted Grace began building custom homes in the Omaha metro over 40 years ago as Ted Grace Homes. His dedication to quality, specific attention to detail, and a trusting professional staff contribute to our ongoing commitment to service long after you’ve moved into your custom-built home.

Ted grew up in a family of carpenters. His father was a carpenter, his grandfather was a carpenter, his brother is a carpenter. And when Ted Grace first started building homes, much of them were spec homes.

Over the decades, the products and materials incorporated into new homes have drastically changed. Ted Grace believes it’s for the better, making Grace Homes’ job both easier and challenging at the same time. Not only did Ted see changes in the marketplace over time, the sophistication of the customer has transitioned from then to now as well. Customers have specific ideas and uses in mind, and Ted Grace Homes needed to continue building quality homes that fit each individual client’s lifestyle...now and in the future.

With a family of authentic craftsmen, it was a natural fit when Ted’s nephew Jason Troshynski wanted to partner in the business. In 2012, Grace Homes emerged, growing on Ted’s solid reputation built on trust and adding Jason’s background in real estate, business development, and construction. Grace Homes is able to further diversify our custom-built home inventory and use the best available technology to design and build your next innovative home—from traditional to ultra contemporary (check out the gallery).

Today, Grace Homes’ commitment to authentic craftsmanship is more than just building a house. It’s a combination of the long-term products and materials that we bring to each custom-built home. It’s working with and knowing the right subcontractors who can do the job and work through this important process. It’s understanding preventative maintenance. It’s the experience factor. It’s what you call home.