In Your Backyard: Local Remodeling Company Shines on National Television


Whitestone Custom Homes and Remodeling company, located in Franklin, recently had the opportunity to work with HGTV’s “Property Brothers,” on several projects they were working on in middle Tennessee.

Chris Veal and his team from Whitestone Enterprises, LLC, will be featured on three episodes of HGTV’s fifth season of “Property Brothers: Buying and Selling” this fall. One of the episodes aired on August 30th, with two more episodes set to air on September 13th and October 4th. They spent three months filming in Nashville and Franklin last spring.

“When the Property Brothers invited us to participate in the show, it was an opportunity we couldn’t pass up,” says Chris Veal, president of Whitestone Enterprises. “Drew and Jonathan Scott are experts in home remodeling, and nothing is more fun for us than partnering with peers who are as committed to high-quality craftsmanship as we are. It was an honor to work with them.”

Whitestone Enterprises is a design-build contractor, which means they handle the entire construction process rather than leaving it to the homeowners to piece together a team. That means when clients work with them, they don’t have to worry about professionalism, reliability or craftsmanship. It’s what they are known for. Because they are experts.

Chris Veal has been featured as an expert contributing writer in Your Williamson in the past, and represents the consummate creative professional homeowners and buyers are looking for when taking on a big project like a remodel.

The Whitestone team has more than forty-seven years of combined experience in luxury custom design and construction across the Nashville metropolitan area. Whether it’s a complete design-build or the renovation of a specific space, each project has its own Whitestone team of professionals, who will guide clients through crucial decisions to ensure their expectations are met – and exceeded – from start to finish.

Take a look at some of their projects and them online – they would love to talk with you. You can find out more about the design-build difference at


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