Personal attention, quality craftsmanship, the finest materials and a proven investment are the reasons to buy a Crana Home.
President of Crana Homes, Frank Bradley Sr. has taken the road less traveled and as the poem goes, that has made all the difference. As a builder and developer, Frank Sr. has been building homes and communities in the southwest suburbs for over 50 years. During this period he has built well over 2500 homes, but his journey starts long before this.
Frank Sr. set out on his path towards homebuilding while growing up in Ireland. There he was trained as a Master Carpenter. From his youth, Frank Sr. can remember when houses were built with handsaws and chisels and he has seen many changes in the building industry over the years. The one thing that will not change for Frank Sr. is the personal value he places on Old World craftsmanship.
Many of the principles Frank Sr. learned as a Master Carpenter have contributed to his achievements today. Frank Sr. pays great attention to detail in each one of the homes he builds. He merges his Old-World craftsmanship with current trends to give buyers extraordinary homes.
His attention to detail goes in hand with knowing exactly what the individual customer wants. To ensure their complete satisfaction, Frank Sr. meets with customers personally to discuss what they need and want in their new home. He believes that working closely with customers gives him insight and understanding into the current trends in homebuilding.
“…working closely with customers gives him insight and understanding into the current trends…”
“There is a definite trend toward ranch style homes with unique features. That is why every Crana home offers special touches.” This is evident in the variety of special features and options for buyers to choose from, including tray and volume ceilings, 3rd and 4th bedrooms, covered patio,full basements and much more.
Frank Bradley builds homes that stand the test of time. He also builds relationships with his customers because he believes that listening to them creates a bond that lasts long after their home is built.