In 2006, brothers Michael and Chris, joined forces to form Custom Built Design & Remodeling, becoming Lansing remodeling experts. Their goal was to make it easy for homeowners to expand and improve their lifestyle without leaving the comfort of their own home.
Since then, Custom Built has become widely known and respected in Lansing and across Mid-Michigan for following through on their promise to deliver high-quality, remodeling projects and home improvement services. Their company now specializes in kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, basement finishing, home additions, sunrooms, deck construction, aging-in-place modifications and a wide-array home improvement services.
Co-Owner of Custom Built, Michael Flory, nominated to be President of the Home Builders Association of Michigan starting in 2020.
An enthusiasm and thirst for knowledge and comradery led Michael to join the Lansing chapter of the HBA in 2003. In his early 20s, he forged his way through the ups and downs of the construction and home building industries. The knowledge and friendships he built over the years helped him endure through the 2008 housing recession. After serving on the board of the HBA of Lansing for many years, in 2014 he was installed as President.
From there he went on to serve as Secretary of the HBA of Michigan, followed by Treasurer, then 1st Vice-President in 2019, before being inaugurated as the next President for 2020.
We Proudly Support
As part of our dedication to support our local community we donate a percentage of our revenue to local charities, such as, Ele’s Place.
About Ele's Place
Mission: Ele’s Place is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to creating awareness of and support for grieving children and their families.
Vision: To ensure no child in Michigan grieves alone.
Ele’s Place was founded in 1991 by a group of mental health professionals, concerned community volunteers and grieving parents, Betsy and Woody Stover. Following the death of their daughter, Helen Louise Snow Stover, known as Ele, at 11 months old, the Stovers saw that their three children ages 3-7 were grieving the death of their sister, but not in the same way they were as adults. Following a great deal of research of other children’s grief centers across the country, it was determined that peer support for the grieving Stover children as well as kids and teens who had experienced the death of someone close to them, was the best way to learn to cope with their feelings of grief, sadness, anger, and loss.
Nearly 30 years later, following humble beginnings in the basement of a church, Ele’s Place now serves four communities and seeks to serve even more grieving children and their families as we continue to forward our mission.
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