mission statement

  We build meaningful and lasting relationships

by consistently delivering high quality projects

with clear communication and integrity.

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Be Remarkable


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We celebrate the milestones of being more than two decades strong in business; with second generation ownership reaching a 10th anniversary in 2016!


Jason CP Jarman, President, Owner

Jason grew up in the Seattle area. He comes from a long line of contractors and craftsman. He grew up working construction alongside his father Jason G Jarman. Jason has a Bachelors Degree in Architecture and Masters Degree in Construction Management from the University of Washington. He worked as a carpenter early in his career and then as a purchasing agent for a local home builder, Murray Franklyn. He later managed the company’s customer service department. Jason left Murray Franklyn to assist in the start-up and operation of a new and exciting local builder, The Dwelling Company. Jason ran multi-million dollar projects as a project manager and partner. His expertise in design, customer care, and cost/budget control as well as his long term relationship with many of the best local subcontractors helped him be an intrigal part of The Dwelling Company’s success. In 2004 Jason started Sunstone Homes and merged with Rainier Custom Homes in 2006.


Michael D Jarman, CEO, Owner

Michael grew up in the Seattle area. He has had the opportunity to work in the construction industry most of his life while helping his Dad, Jason G Jarman, start and grow Rainier Custom Homes. From 2006 –2010 Michael worked for several companies managing sales and marketing; developing strategies and training programs. Michael received his Bachelors Degree in Construction Management from Brigham Young University in 2010. Upon graduation he joined his Dad and Brother here at Rainier Custom Homes.



Jason G Jarman, Project Manager, Owner

Jason grew up in Utah. He worked alongside his father as a journeyman iron worker installing steel in large commercial and civil projects such as dams and bridges. He later started a family owned business, Mer-Can Manufacturing. He oversaw the assembly, packaging and the shipping of the wood burning appliance line. He was also involved in all research, development and patenting of products, as well as running all display booths in national hardware shows. He later worked as general tradesman for a local General Contractor doing all phases of remodel work as well as some new construction. In 1994 he started Rainier Custom Homes.