The newest member of the Custom team is Tyler Beauregard, who came on in June.
Tyler grew up in Templeton (about 50 miles west of Arlington) and was active in sports during high
school. After graduating in 2004, he started getting interested in carpentry. “I began learning the craft by working and watching others,” he says.
For the last eight years prior to joining Custom, Tyler worked in new construction, building homes primarily in the Needham/Wellesley area. He’s found remodeling to be much more challenging.
“You never know what you’re going to find once you open something up,” he says. “You could have a set plan, but then it gets side-tracked. Everything is straightforward with new construction, but with remodeling, there’s more creativity and problem solving involved.”
Over the past few months, Tyler has been involved in a number of projects at Custom, helping out however he can. Already a talented carpenter, he hopes one day to join our ranks of National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) Certified Lead Carpenters.
But his more immediate priority is personal in nature: He’ll be marrying general manager Scott Blain’s daughter, Cindy, in December. The couple has two daughters, ages two and five, and lives in Gardner.
“I enjoy everything about working at Custom,” Tyler says. “Everybody’s been great. They treat me well, and I’m glad to be here.”