About Peery Homes
Peery Homes has been building in the Greenville, SC area since 1984, and has earned the reputation of constructing distinctive custom homes and offering superior service. Currently, referrals from satisfied clients constitute over 90% of our business. What separates us from other builders is our level of client service. We really listen to your needs and expectations, and take great pride in building a home that works with your family’s lifestyle. We are here to serve you during the design process, throughout the construction, and most importantly, after you move in to your new home. At Peery Homes, honesty and integrity is an integral part of our building process, because it is not just a house, it is our reputation.
Peery Homes is committed to excellence and that has enabled us to build homes in many of the Upstate’s finest neighborhoods including Barrington Park, Chanticleer, Chatsworth, Chaunnesy, Collins Creek, Kingsbridge, Montebello, Spaulding Farms, Thornblade, the Cliffs Communities and Hollingsworth Park.
Our experience and knowledge will assist you in selecting products and options to meet your style and price range. We can take your ideas, put them on construction drawings, and then make them reality. We are committed to building your dream home with real added value.
Jon Peery and Nelson Neal, the principals of Peery Homes, are both graduates of Bob Jones University and are active members of Hampton Park Baptist Church. They also both serve on the board of directors for The Wilds Christian Camp and Conference Center.
Jon currently serves on the Advisory Board of Wisdom in Living Life Ministry, a non-profit organization that helps people overcome addiction to drugs and alcohol, and also continues to be active with different committees and projects at Bob Jones University.
Nelson currently serves as the Chairman of the Greenville County Construction Board of Appeals & Adjustments. He is a past chairman of the board of directors of Miracle Hill Ministries, a ministry to orphans, battered women, and homeless people.