Our Team

Our Team

We love building products for you

Jeremy Miller

Owner & Chief Handyman Extraordinaire

Raised on a ranch in Oklahoma, Jeremy grew up with the ethics of hard work and building things to last ingrained in him from a young age. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2010 and got to Texas just as fast as he could.

After many years of fixing up his own homes and picking up odd jobs through word of mouth referrals, Jeremy decided to quit his day job and live his passion - making old things new. Thus Everything Under the Son was born. 

Heather Miller

Vice President of Business Affairs/CFO/Amazing Wife

Heather grew up in central Texas and attended Texas State University where she excelled in scuba diving, salsa dancing and speaking Spanish. When wearing her business hat she enjoys creating spreadsheets, balancing accounts and all sorts of office management undertakings.

When not building the business, Heather spends most of her spare time taking care of her children and coming up with creative job titles for herself.

Anthony Assini

Project Manager

Our project mastermind, Anthony is skilled at taking any project from start to finish with excellence. His eye for detail and creative thinking make him one of the most versatile members of our team.

Conrad Rodriguez

Service Team Member

Conrad may be a man of few words, but the quality of his work does all the talking. Meticulous and thoughtful, Conrad puts his whole self into every project he takes on.

Ivan Diaz

Service Team Member

One of the hardest workers you'll find, Ivan is always looking for opportunities to grow and learn. His unique way of looking at projects makes him an invaluable part of our team.

About Us

Everything Under the Son was founded in 2017 by husband and wife team, Jeremy and Heather Miller, 

as a one-stop construction and remodel service for Round Rock, TX and surrounding areas.  Their mission is to be known "...as those who can fix anything, restore old ruins, rebuild and renovate, 

and make the community livable again." 

-Isaiah 58:12 (MSG)