Veteran-Owned Custom Home Building Company Hires 2 New Team Members to Meet an Increasing Demand

Veteran-Owned Custom Home Building Company Hires 2 New Team Members to Meet an Increasing Demand

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Scottsdale, AZ – June 22, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

Peak One Builders & Restoration is a Phoenix / Scottsdale, AZ based company that specializes in home remodeling and custom building projects. In light of the recent spike in demand for high end custom housing, the veteran-owned business has hired a project manager and a drafter to accommodate the influx of new projects. These new hires are an example of the growing general contractor market in the area which many experts consider to be a sign of a healthy Arizona housing market.

Peak One Builders was founded in 2002 and has since become one of the most successful general contracting companies in the state of Arizona. The home remodel market has remained very healthy in the Scottsdale and Phoenix area, and companies like Peak One have contributed greatly to job growth in these cities. Custom housing and remodeling has increased in popularity in recent years and this has led to steady growth in the general contracting industry. Peak One has completed many custom housing and remodeling projects in and around Scottsdale and Phoenix, and the company has seen a yearly increase in demand for their services. All of this is good news for Arizona homeowners who will be happy to hear that the housing market has continued to grow in their home state thanks in part to the expansion of independent contracting companies like Peak One.

Also on the rise is the number of veteran-owned businesses in Arizona and the rest of the United States. Many veterans find entrepreneurship to be a natural fit after a career in the military, and many programs are in place to aid veterans in the startup and operation of their business. Peak One as well as many other successful veteran-owned businesses use their success to build programs to aid fellow veterans. The Scottsdale home remodeling company has recently partnered with Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors to provide handicap accessible homes to injured United States Military veterans. If you would like more information about Homes for Wounded Warriors please visit their website at www.homesforwoundedwarriors.com.

Peak One Builders may specialize in custom home building and remodeling, but they also offer home repair and restoration services to those who have been affected by fire, storm, and water damage. You can find a full list of services offered by Peak One Builders & Restoration by visiting their website at http://peakonebuilders.com/.

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