Bo Sparks is a native of East Tennessee. He knows the mountains like the back of his hand. Being involved in the construction industry for over 35 years, Bo has built more than his share of log homes.
Bo founded Custom Timber Log Homes because he saw the need for a return to doing business the old-fashioned way: where honesty was essential and your handshake was your word. His solid reputation, both for his skill and his integrity, speaks for itself.
Bo lives in Maryville, TN, with his wife, Mary Ann. He has two sons and four grandchildren.
“If you don’t have time to do it right in the first place, how will you find time to fix it when it breaks?”– Bo Sparks
While Chris and his team utilize state-of-the-art technology to create their unique designs, their approach to business is rooted in the ideals of long ago: honesty really is the best policy. This was the guiding principle upon which Chris founded Custom Timber Log Homes. And, it isn’t going to change.
Chris holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He lives in Maryville with his two children.
A few of Our Most Valuable Team Members – The real muscle behind CTLH.
Mary Ann is unseen by the public most of the time, but she is instrumental in helping keep things running in day-to-day operations. We certainly couldn’t do it without her. You will hear her friendly voice most of the time when calling into the office, as well.
Rich is a resident of Sweetwater, TN, and has been working with us for over 20 years now. He has built turn-key log homes all over the country, and is one of the best in his field. We feel fortunate to have such a fine builder and person working with us here at Custom Timber Log Homes.
Rich and his wife, Stephanie, have one daughter, Savannah.
A native of Greeneville, TN, Becky has called Maryville her home since graduating from The University of Tennessee.
Before taking her current role in the company, Becky taught as a Middle and High School Band Director in the Tennessee school system, and currently working in banking in the Maryville area.