Tom has spent his entire career in the building/engineering fields. Whether it is designing and building a garage, a residential lake house or a multi-million dollar commercial plant expansion Tom is always in his element as a hands-on builder/design engineer.
"As a builder with a design and engineering background I feel I can identify what the customers desires are and at the same time have an understanding of how to make those dreams come true in the physical sense. A working knowledge of the structural and engineering elements are essential to successfully taking an idea from concept to completion. Doing this while preserving the clients vision is our ultimate goal."
Tom Schultz has over 15 years experience as a Design Engineer and Project Manager for an international company. During that time, he designed and built two of his own homes and was responsible for multi-million dollar manufacturing plant expansion projects.
With a desire to focus his attention to residential home design and building, he started Schultz Custom Homes and Remodeling in Cabarrus County, North Carolina where he does all the design work and manages the day-to-day construction activities of every project.
Licensed to build in both North and South Carolina, he holds membership with the NAHB, NARI, and the Cabarrus County Chamber of Commerce.
He serves as a Board member of the Cabarrus County Building Industry Association.
Having earned his certification as Aging in Place Specialists from the NAHB, Tom employs his over 20 years of design experience in making custom homes work for his clients in unique ways to allow them to enjoy an independent life style.
A Story of Changing Spaces
These days, the only place left where you have control is your home. It should reflect the person that you are and the lifestyle you want to live. When it does, you have a space that you feel comfortable in because it "identifies" with you. The home should be the place that you can escape to when you feel frustrated by life's many stresses. However, for many people, a frustrating day outside the home is followed by a frustrated evening inside the home. There is something about these people's homes that is not working for the way they live.
Maybe the layout is wrong, the view just isn't right, the size may be too small, the room is too loud, etc...