Custom Home Builders Won Pike County Award

Ed Nikles Custom Builder Inc., one of Pennsylvania's top custom home builders, took home top honors at the 2010 Pike County Builders Association (PCBA) special event held on September 14, 2010. The firm won the builder construction and architectural awards for the category covering 3,500-4,500 square-foot-structures.

According to the company, the homeowners that earned the firm their awards, came to Nikles and presented a magazine picture showing a house they want. The company took the photograph and made a list of the client's requirements and created a custom-made dwelling for them.

The winning home has a space of 3,877 square feet and is located in a five-acre land. It features a master bedroom that has vaulted ceilings, a bath, a whirlpool tub, a stone fireplace, built-in closets and access to the sundeck. The foyer led to the bedroom suite with all the walls made of glass. The right side of the room features an informal dining space adjoining the huge kitchen that features granite and tile materials.

Nikles is one of the country's top custom home builders and is also known to be a full service design and home construction firm. The company has won several state as well as national honors from bodies like the NAHB or the National Association of Home Builders because of their commitment to provide 100 percent customer satisfaction.

The recent home built by Nikles, which earned for the company its latest honor, has been praised for its one of a kind plan and design. Aside from the master suite, it also features a formal dining space, a garage for three automobiles and an open staircase that leads to the second floor. There are also several guest bedrooms, an entry deck, a balcony, a sundeck and a basement, which were brought together cohesively by one of the state's top custom home builders.

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