With a history in remodeling and room additions, brothers Clint and Barry Reese decided to further their ventures, and in 1995, Reese Construction was founded.
Raised in Cary and alumni from North Carolina universities, the Reese brothers have a vested interest in designing and building homes they would want for their own families or neighbors. With every attention to detail, Reese Construction builds an average of 10 to 12 homes a year ranging from 2,500 sq.ft. to 6,000 sq.ft.
A sampling of these custom homes can be found throughout Wake County, as well as The Preserve at Jordan Lake in Chatham County.
Reese Construction is an active member of the Wake County Home Builders Association and participates annually in the Parade of Homes.
Awards and Recognition
2006 Parade of Homes Bronze
2005 Parade of Homes Gold
2002 Parade of Homes Silver and Bronze
Around the same time that the Reese brothers began remodeling and additions in 1995, they also got involved in the installation of commercial playgrounds for schools and parks. This has evolved into our Reese Recreational division which includes the installation of commercial playgrounds, as well as playground surfacing and site amenities, such as shelters, shade structures, etc.