Fridley Custom Homes has been working in Salem, Oregon and the surrounding areas for many years. We are a builder/designer duo, working together to bring your dream to life. Our goal is to get to know each customer and offer our understanding of the latest design trends, construction products and building practices to make your story meet your style.
We recognize the importance of the builder/ home buyer relationship, and pride ourselves in the high level of service that we provide to our customers.
Nolan began working in construction during high school. He framed during the summers for his dad who owned a framing business in Spokane, WA. Nolan graduated from Corban University with an Interdisciplinary Bachelor’s Degree focusing on Business, Biblical Studies and Intercultural Studies. He returned to framing when he graduated to pay the bills and quickly went into business on his own in 2007.
Jayme has always loved color and even as a teenager experimented with painting her room bold colors and rearranging furniture. Jayme graduated with a degree in Elementary Education. When she graduated, she spent a few years managing the local Pier 1 Imports. She went on to teach after that until they began having children. When asked now if she has any formal design training, she looks at her years of styling furniture and helping customers with color and patterns, as what really solidified her love for design and styling.
Top 10 Fun Facts about us…
#10 We were both born in California and met in Oregon during our Freshman year of college.
#9 Our favorite movies are the Bourne Series.
#8 We are suckers for the beach and ocean waves.
#7 Nolan enjoys a good sunrise while Jayme much prefers a beautiful sunset.
#6 Jayme prefers silence while she works and Nolan prefers background music.
#5 Nolan is the chocoholic in the relationship.
#4 We have binge watched every season of 24, twice.
#3 Nolan loves the great outdoors and basically anything you can buy at REI.
#2 We both golf.
#1 We both love roller coasters and fell in love during a trip to Six Flags while in College.