Anyone can build you a house. A house is just wood, nails, cement, shingles...
But a home is where memories are made, families bond, and life is lived.
Building homes is at the intersection of our two great passions:
To care well for people, and use our creative skill set to find solutions to challenges. Nothing gives us greater satisfaction than seeing a project take form from start to finish.
The Ethic team cares about what we do.
If something is worth doing, then it is worth doing well. While some would say the end results is all that truly matters we know that how we care for our clients through the process is just as important. We implement clear processes that helps clients know where both the project schedule and budget stands at all times.
Every home we build or remodel is important and special to us.
When one of our homes is featured in any way it is an honor. We were honored to have 620 Louise Avenue featured on the Elizabeth Home Tour in 2013, and 815 Mt. Vernon Avenue was featured in the Dilworth Home Tour in 2014.
Our company’s passion is to form positive lasting relationships with our clients and to build quality homes, a place where families will grow and live and love.
Cameron grew up in Apex, NC, attended Campbell University and holds Master’s degrees from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Appalachian State University.
He started remodeling homes and building additions in 2003. Later, he entered into the field of custom homes.
Growing up in a small town, with family that did everything for themselves, taught Cameron some foundational truths to running a construction company.
- If you are going to do something, do it 100% and make sure you complete what you start.
- The attention to detail is a must when it comes to any project, regardless of its size.
- Treat every person with whom you work with respect, whether homeowner or sub-contractor.
Michael grew up in Farmington, Connecticut, graduated from UNC WiImington in 2012 with a B.S. degree in English and Professional Writing. He is married to his wife Emily, and they have two boys, Henry and Owen.
After graduating, Michael moved to Charlotte with his family and took a position with a General Contractor, working in custom houses and production home building. Additionally, he was a Lead Superintendent on the commercial side of the business, building hotels, apartments, townhouses and other multi-purpose buildings.
What he loves most is connecting with the homeowners and helping them build their forever homes. Making sure the homes are perfect for his customers is what has always drawn him to residential building. Michael's attention to the fine details in the custom building process, produces high quality work people can be proud to call home.
Skyler grew up in Hickory, NC where he attended CVCC as a student athlete and later attended Appalachian State University.
Skyler spent the majority of his early years working for his father’s construction company in Hickory, NC. He later worked for a commercial general contractor in South Florida. After the completion of multiple large scale projects, Skyler returned to NC to continue his passion of building and remodeling homes. With Skyler's attention to detail, he strives to provide a positive experience to each client from breaking ground to completion.
When Skyler isn't working, he is an avid outdoorsman and can most likely be found near a body of water. He enjoys the simple things in life while spending time with his friends and family.
Born and raised in Decatur, IL, Molly moved to Charlotte after high school to study architecture at UNC Charlotte, graduating with a B.A in Graphic Design in 2007.
While at UNCC, Molly discovered her passion for the hospitality industry while working in area restaurants. This led her to a 12-year career in hospitality management, which drove her to value being an integral part of a successful team. As the newest addition to Ethic, Molly is excited to join a team that values and balances best-in-class craftsmanship and exceptional customer service.
In her off time, you can usually find Molly making pickles, playing music, or volunteering with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools, and when all else fails, running around town with her husband Wes enjoying the best food, beverage, and music Charlotte has to offer.