Located in the historic South Main arts district of downtown Memphis, Tennessee, Archer Custom Builders, Inc. is an accredited general contracting firm which specializes in customized residential and commercial construction. Archer is fully insured and licensed to work in Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. For projects ranging from major “ground up” construction to complex historic renovations, we are committed to working one on one with owners, architects, designers, engineers, specialized contractors, and suppliers to create a professional, enjoyable experience.
To ensure that our finished product is never compromised, in-house master carpenters and painting crews work in a timely, efficient manner to achieve outstanding, award-winning results. Archer Custom Builders is a member of the Memphis Area Home Builders Association. Customers are provided with the appropriate detailed, transparent billing and budgets for each phase of their project as well as a standard comprehensive builder’s warranty. We routinely perform research and equip ourselves to offer cutting edge practical and technological solutions such as alternative energy options and EPA lead abatement certification.
Owner and president Tom Archer began his carpentry training as a teenager. He spent years learning the fundamentals of construction and developing a passion for skillful, artful craftsmanship. After nearly forty years in the industry, he continues to enjoy devoting himself not only to his passion for high-quality construction, but also to supporting the revitalization of the local community, the delta region of the country, with its rich, diverse cultural and historic roots.
Through both preservation and innovation, Archer caters to the lifestyle, needs, and wants of the individual customer to create a product of integrity that can be handed down and treasured for generations.
Team approach, attention to detail, and good communication are all hallmarks of an Archer job. I enjoy working with them each time I have the opportunity.Charles Shipp, architect