Nick’s passion is helping homeowners turn the homes they have into the homes they dream of. And he does so in a manner that provides our clients with a pleasant experience and value. That is why each and every project receives his personal attention.
Nick has been a NARI Certified Remodeler (CR), the highest level of certification NARI offers. He has over 40 years of experience in the remodeling industry. He is highly respected for his many years of service on the board of directors of NARI. Nick currently serves on the advisory board of Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC). In addition, he works with the Construction Industry Education Coalition to help develop programs to train capable, qualified professional remodelers.
Nick is also a strong believer in giving back to the community. He and Diamond Builders have donated much time, leadership, and materials for several years to restore Arosa House, a home for neglected children. He also was selected to be the project coordinator/manager for a joint venture with Habitat for Humanity and Goodwill Industries on a house donated by the City of Charlotte. This house was a “Green Remodel” project, the first of its kind attempted by Habitat and Goodwill. It was known as the “Re-House”. Nick did extensive research into the “Green” capabilities and “return on investment” value of all materials used in the project. He coordinated the workforce of students in construction training at Goodwill Industries, as well as recruited volunteers to work on the project.
In his “spare” time, Nick teaches Sunday School at his local church; served on the Parent Teacher Student Association Board (PTSA) and Business Education Leadership Council – West Charlotte High School and is a classroom mentor.