You can trust that what sets Prominent Homes apart from others is our attention to detail. It can be seen in the biggest elements of our work to the smallest of corners. This is a result of using skilled tradesman on our projects who we know and trust.

A purchase of a new home is often one of the largest investments a family can make in a lifetime. Our team will respect your budget and at the same time maintain our standards to build your vision.

The foundation of Prominent Homes is built on the integrity that the Bunting family lives by both personally and professionally.


When Prominent Homes commits to your project we start long before the shovel goes in the ground and our commitment extends long after handing you the keys. We are invested in your project to the very end and see you as a part of our Prominent family.

You too are an integral part of the building process. Working with our designer, cabinet makers, interior decorator and suppliers, your collaboration is key to ensuring your home is the best representation of your unique style and needs. Don't stress though, we have organized the process to be enjoyable.


Every home we build is one of superior quality and we settle for nothing less. For you, this means an investment in the peace of mind that your home, in many areas, exceeds building code standards and is energy efficient. We stand by the homes we build and the end results speak for themselves. Any Prominent home will demonstrate just how important quality is to us.

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Our Story

Incorporated in 2002, Prominent Homes has made great strides in establishing ourselves in the custom home building industry. Our Founder and Chief Builder, Brian Bunting is a former millwright and comes from many generations of skilled family craftsmen- even a great grandfather in England was a homebuilder. I guess you can say it was 'in his blood'.

Brian and Debra built their first family home on a Grand River country lot in Cayuga. Letting their children pick the colours of their bedrooms (purple and blue) and even installing a 'stop sign' window at their daughters' request. It was such a fun experience that after a few years Brian and Debra decided to move and build another home in Port Dover. While visiting with their new neighbours, Brian and Debra were troubled by the constructions stories being told. Debra turned to Brian and said, "What this world needs is a good and honest builder" and the rest is history...