P&N Homes

who have been in business since 1985, go to great lengths to ensure that their warm and friendly office staff also provide a consistently high level of quality. Arooji, whose background is electrical engineering and home remodeling, and Mowlavi, who is also the company architect, lead a very capable team of project superintendents with general contracting and civil engineering experience. "We build in a large area that extends from Exit 36 in the Lake Norman area, into Gastonia, Lake Wylie, South Charlotte, Union County and South Carolina. We've divided the areas into four sections with four superintendents, who've been with us for up to 15 years. All of us think and act alike, so wherever we build you're assured of getting that same consistency," Arooji says. P&N Homes also prides itself in being able to give back to communities in unique ways. Most recently they sponsored a Grand Opening event which featured a visit from the York Volunteer Fire Department, who brought their fire truck and were presented with a donation check as the results of a “Salute to Firemen” Promotion. P&N Homes, envisions and creates homes of distinction. Each home uniquely and carefully built to your exact specifications with incomparable craftsmanship, quality and originality. Today the company continues to gain identity throughout the area by living up to their slogan, "Providing Keys to Quality Homes Since 1985."

Builder Story

It's been said that the foundation of a lasting relationship is good communication. It only makes sense that the same standard would apply to the relationship between a builder and his client. One company that has built their business around establishing exceptional client communications is P&N Homes. "As a home builder, it's very important to me to spend time with a client, not just from the start but all the way to the completion of their home," says company co-owner Frank Arooji. "I focus on familiarizing myself with the home buyers' individual tastes and needs in order to apply what we've learned into building each home."