The Justice League (Our Team)
Loyal Sidekick
Troy has been in the home improvement and construction field since 1933. After wandering around the dust-bowl, he was hand-picked my president Roosevelt to install drywall and spackle 3 of the 4 walls of the Lincoln bedroom. In 1978 he had a one-man show entitled "Crayons don't work on brick" at the MOMA. He won his first Michelin Star for his NYC concept restaurant "Empty Plates" in 1983. He disappeared from public view in 1992, following his messy divorce from Madonnas lead choreographer, and has been working for the Home hero since his return to public life in 2015.
Master Plumber
Matthew Leach, 30 years old, born and raised in the great city of Philadelphia, graduated from northeast high. Served my apprenticeship under TJ Berry, became a journeyman plumber at 24 and a master plumber at 26. (RMP#43312) I specialize in residential service plumbing and residential new construction. I am also a proud member of the oldest brotherhood of master plumbers in the country the Philadelphia brotherhood of master plumbers.  Some may say I'm somewhat of a plumbing prodigy.
Office Manager

With her obsession with the movie Empire Records, Leah went to work for Tower Records right after High School. Leah soon learned they did not let their employees dance on the roof to  the Gin Blossoms and that Rex Manning day was not real. She left and went on to work in Accounting and Property Management.  Leah became bored. She wanted to do more. She wanted to help her City. She turned to her other obsession-Super Heroes. That is where she found her calling as the Office Manager at the Home Hero. She has been helping schedule heroes coordinating the estimating team, responding to customer inquiries, and doing everything in her power to rescue all homes in need since 2015.

Senior Super Hero
Jeff has been a part of The Home Hero organization since the very beginning! As the company's first full time hire in 2011, Jeff has been instrumental in contributing to the growth and expansion of the company. His breadth and width of knowledge make him one of the most skilled craftsmen around, and his affable nature and easy-going attitude make him a pleasure to work with. Jeff is always willing to go the extra mile, give a helping hand, and is the true embodiment of "service with a smile".
Senior Super Hero
65 yrs old. Bald but good looking. 1 wife, 2 kids, 5 grandkids, 2 step grandkids. Proud alum of the US Marines. 30 years in the auto industry. Parts delivery to dealership GM.  First woodwork built a cradle for then unborn first child haven't stopped building yet.  Inducted into automotive hall of fame in 1984.  Got disillusioned with industry in 2005 & build stuff full time.  Believe I can fix anything except baldness.  Dare you to stump me! P.S.  Yes the cradle still exists & will be used for great grands!
Field Manager
Senior Super Hero
Bruce Harmon has been an independent contractor working in Philadelphia and the surrounding County's for over 25 years, Bruce's experience begin with his family's General Contractor business started by his Father, from whom Bruce accredits as his foundation for  learning the skills of the trade and more importantly taking pride in his work. Over the years Bruce has specialized in the renovation of commercial, multi family, residential projects and building maintenance, covering many phases of construction such as plumbing, electrical, carpentry, windows, siding, flooring and more. No matter the size of the project Bruce has built a reputable track record for completing jobs with accuracy and care.Overall his mandate is to provide a service that works with the client and for the client on a personal level to get the job done professionally, efficiently and mindfully.
Loyal Sidekick
Brock has been working in the home improvement field since he was a small child, helping his general contractor grandfather. After gaining enough experience, he set out on his own doing odd jobs and working as a handyman. He joined The Home Hero in 2015, and brings his generations of knowledge to each and every job. In his free time enjoys his twin interests in podiatry and cooking.
Senior Super Hero
When you think of service, dedication, and commitment, Josh stands out. As a 12 year active duty veteran, serving with the 18th Airborne Corps, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), and another 6 years in the National guard, Josh is not one to shy away from a problem. His drive to excel and meticulous attention to detail, coupled with his 18 years experience as a carpenter and painter specializing in home remodeling and repair, make him a handyman force to be reckoned with. General Patton may have inadvertently described Josh's approach to each and every job he does when he said "Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory."
Senior Super Hero
As a kid, Ken played endlessly with his Legos, Lincoln Logs, Erector Set, etc. that his mother thought he would become an engineer some day. However, he ended up going to Duquesne University and acquiring a degree in music, of all things. A natural problem solver, he enjoys the challenges brought forth by all the different types of jobs that come through Home Hero on a daily basis. He recently bought a "fixer upper" home in Bala Cynwyd so that when he is not working on other people's houses, you can find him working on his own.
Senior Super Hero
Randall graduated in 1985 from Rutgers University with a BFA in theater production.  He worked for over 35 years as a technical director, Lead Carpenter and Lead Electrician for theaters in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania. During his time in theater, he has also been working as a general handyman, and for the past five years has focused exclusively on handyman work. Randall joined the Home Hero family in early 2015, and has been a top performer during that time.