Celebrating 60 Years

Happy 60th Birthday Bob Webb Custom Homes

A family business built on quality & trust.

Since 1960, Bob Webb built his business one custom home at a time. His name became synonymous with innovation, quality and craftsmanship and along the way he built true relationships with valued customers and craftsmen who became partners and friends for life.

60 years later, the Webb family legacy continues.
With more than 3,000 homes built, Bob Webb is one of the largest and most reputable custom home builders in central Ohio and has been the proud recipient of more than 17 Consumer’s Choice Awards for Best Custom Builder*.

*Bob Webb won more awards than any other builder in the past two years at the Parade of Homes, including the coveted People’s Choice Award for 2019.

Here’s to 60 years of continued success!
Heartfelt thanks to all our customers, colleagues and premier partners – we couldn’t have done it without you.

Watch the videos and join in the fun

Listen to what our premier partners have to say about Bob Webb custom homes as they reflect on the past 60 years and look forward to a continued partnership in the future.

Cheers! – It’s a party in the Show Home!

On October 3rd, we held a party in our Show Home 360 at 5776 Evans Farm Drive in Lewis Center to celebrate our 6 decades of achievement. Bob Webb employees, Bob’s colleagues and friends, premier partners and realtors, as well as treasured customers were all in attendance and a great time was had by all! Proceeds from the event benefitted Cornerstone of Hope and Children’s Hospital Center for Suicide Prevention and Research.

How it all began…

It was 1960 and Bob Webb knew instinctively he could build a better custom home. One that would satisfy all the wants and needs of a growing family, yet with more style and convenience that a new decade and changing marketplace demanded.

With a $5000 check in his pocket, he got to work. He rolled up his sleeves and started learning the business. He talked with builders. And electricians. And plumbers. And framers. And roofers. He learned how to swing a hammer and lay bricks. He talked with the best in the business and he learned, asked questions, and paid attention to details. Then he hired pros – some of the best in the business. And he set about building relationships with craftsmen and suppliers that would help his business grow.

He had a way with customers – he was 6’ 4” and had a firm handshake and an infectious can-do spirit. He would get to know their families, pets, and habits, then walk them through the process of building a truly customized home, one built to their specifications, not his. Then he delivered the custom home he had promised. On time. On budget. And more beautiful than they ever imagined.

He was off and running.
It began to look like this custom home building thing might work out after all.