At Pecoy Homes, we take great pride in each of our custom homes and spend a great deal of time getting to know each of you and personalizing your home-building experience. Each and every time we design a new home, or a remodel or addition, we strive to create a home that not only looks and feels spectacular, but one that creates value, is quality driven, and reflects your lifestyle and personality.
We make it a priority to get to know you, your lifestyle and your expectations. When we design your home, we take into consideration how your home will physically be constructed and how best to meet your targeted budget, Kent Pecoy himself designs approximately 85% of our new homes and 75% of our remodeling projects. With the addition of Jacqueline Daugherty on the design and draw team, we can offer you more than 55 years of award-winning architecture.
However, if you choose to work with an architect, please know that we have worked with many talented architects in the past, and are always willing to work as a team to create a design that brings your dream to life.
Jacqueline Varni, our uniquely talented, in-house Architectural Designer, joined the Pecoy team in April of 2011. In her role as Architectural Designer, Jacqueline collaborates closely with Kent Pecoy to custom design homes that are specifically tailored to meet each of our client's individual vision and needs. Before putting pencil to paper, Jacqueline and Kent take the time to get to know you, your family, your lifestyle, your tastes and your own unique personalities to ensure that they are designing with you in mind. Jacqueline and Kent both believe that at Pecoy Homes, we do not design and build houses, we design and build Homes. Prior to working for Pecoy Homes, Jacqueline founded Jacqueline Daugherty Architecture, LLC, where she designed custom, residential homes and additions in the Farmington Valley. Prior to starting her own practice, Jacqueline worked for Jack Kemper of Kemper Associates, an accomplished, award-winning architect in the Farmington Valley.