Jim Clark and C&C Myers specialize in taking a whole home, building science approach to solving your home energy concerns. They design and implement solutions for HVAC, air conditioning, energy loss, moisture / mold, and allergy problems— all while making sure that other problems aren’t created by solving the current one.
General Contractor George Zourzoukis specializes in traditional Charleston-style homes that incorporate modern lifestyle touches and conveniences. He seeks to partner with clients, getting to know them well enough that he can execute their vision and exceed expectations.
Leslie Turner, founder of Maison Real Estate, gives advice to potential sellers and buyers on what qualities they should look for in a real estate agent. While you want to partner with someone that understands your needs, you also need an agent that will proactively deal with problems you can’t foresee.
Artis Construction has assembled an impressive team of 24 full-time craftsmen that custom-build everything from doors and stairs to entertainment centers and kitchen cabinets — even one-of-a-kind furniture pieces. We believe that as we build buildings, we also build trust — balancing what’s right for the building and what’s right for the client.
With a warm and holistic approach, we guide you through a fine-tuned process that uncovers your lifestyle goals, and the reveal the potential of your site. By harnessing your unique qualities, we create the framework for a home that feels uniquely you, and capitalizes on the natural beauty of your site.
Stephanie Webb Postell and her husband David bring a wealth of HVAC industry knowledge to the table for their Lowcountry clients. They rely on reliable, efficient American Standard Heating & Air Conditioning systems to provide their customers comfort and dependability in out harsh coastal environment.
Mary Lou, Leslie and Olga describe their own home buying and renovating experiences. These personal viewpoints connect with their roots in the Charleston community, providing a well-rounded perspective to serve buyers and seller in this unique market.
Joseph McGill, Founder of The Slave Dwelling Project at Magnolia Plantation & Gardens, explains the importance of preserving an architectural record of how African Americans lived before — and after — the Civil War and Emancipation.