Max Nolan is the owner and operator of North Idaho Construction, headquartered in Priest River, ID. This is a highly regarded construction company in Bonner County.
Max was trained in the construction business through many years of hands-on experience. When it comes to providing expert construction services, nothing takes the place of experience. Max began working in this industry 20 years ago and started North Idaho Construction in 2012.
One of Max’s goals is to provide his Bonner County clients with professional and affordable services. Max builds new construction, log cabins, decks, does remodels and whatever possibilities that you want for your home. Call him to discuss whatever your construction needs are. He says that he builds homes that are Sane, Sustainable and Built to Last. He says he builds Homes, not just houses. “Every job deserves carefull attention to all the details. When I build, I’m striving for structural longevity, human and enviormental harmony, low maintenance, and elderly compatibility ( we’re not getting any younger).” He will give you honest estimates. Please visit his website for more information (http://www.northidahoconstruction.com/).
The result, one of the most successful construction companies in Priest River!
In addition to running a successful construction business, Max supports animal shelter and pro bono work for people in need. In his free time, Max spends time with his family doing outdoor sports like kayaking.
What does the business community think? The Better Business Bureau has awarded North Idaho Construction an A+ rating.
Stephanie Bradfield Cooper – “We LOVE Max Nolan and North Idaho Construction. Four years ago we bought a cabin on the shore of Priest Lake. Originally built in 1943, it needs tender loving care. Max has helped us with that every year. The first project was a new roof. Then new paint. Next was a beautiful new front deck, with a retaining wall that is gorgeous granite. After that, a new kitchen. Oh, and a generator, plus a few other things, like shoring up the older part of the cabin that was built on the ground and new flooring in an outbuilding. Not only is he a really nice guy, he is an exceptionally fine craftsman and has a very artistic eye. I don’t think we would let anyone else work on our cabin, because I’m sure we couldn’t find anyone else who will give every project as much thought and attention to detail. We highly recommend him.”
Zygo 0. – “Max is a man of integrity. His work ethics and craftsmanship are top notch. Working within your budget he also has the experience to offer a personal touch of creativity to the project. Be assured that he will see it completed to your satisfaction, which is considerably rare in the construction field.”
Having owner operated experts, like Max providing knowledgeable and expert care is an asset to Priest River and Bonner County, ID.
Business owners take risks and often work long, exhaustive hours to service their clients. There are freedoms in owning a business, but these freedoms come at a cost. Rarely acknowledged are business owners like Max Nolan that employ people and ensure their staff are paid continuously. Sure, people earn their wages through their time, hard work and skills, but let’s take a moment and thank Max for having and continuing the business ownership game that allows people an opportunity to produce and earn those wages.
Need construction service? Give North Idaho Construction an opportunity by visiting them at 356 East Jefferson, Priest River or by calling them at (208) 610-2058.
So from the staff of Local Search Force that runs the County Advisory Board
Max Nolan, you are highly commended for your service to the residents of Bonner County, for having and maintaining a business that adds to the financial well-being of ID and for your willingness to participate in social betterment activities.
Well done Max Nolan!
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