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The Miles Company Awarded Remodelor Of The Year By The Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee
WEST MEADE BUSINESSMAN ROY MILES named 2011 Remodeler of the Year by the HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION OF MIDDLE TENNESSEE
Nashville, Tennessee - West Meade native and businessman Roy Miles was presented the 2011 Remodeler of the Year Award by the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee (HBAMT) during the association's 68th Annual Installation and Awards Banquet held December 15 at The Hutton Hotel in Nashville.
"I am truly honored to be presented this prestigious award," said Miles. "I've learned so much from my peers over the years and to be recognized by them in such a meaningful way is deeply gratifying."
Winners of the Annual Remodeler of the Year Award are determined by votes cast by members of the HBAMT Remodelers Council.
Miles, owner and president of The Miles Company, has been a member of the HBAMT and the HBAMT Remodelers Council for over 20 years. An HBAMT Certified Builder, Miles holds multiple professional designations including "Certified Remodeler," "Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR)," Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS)" and "Certified Green Professional (CGP). "He has also earned the EPA's "Lead-Safe Certified Firm" designation as required under the agency's Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) rule.
Miles currently serves on the HBAMT's Board of Directors and is president of its Cheatham County Chapter.
The Miles Company specializes in making people's homes and businesses a better place to live work and play thru remodeling and repair services. They work to tailor solutions to their client's specific needs thru remodeling. They have been serving the West Nashville area for the past 32 years. Please contact them if you have a need or construction related problem their phone number is (615) 646-3303. They are licensed and insured.
An affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the HBAMT is a voluntary non-profit trade association dedicated to promoting the American dream of homeownership to all residents of middle Tennessee. They enhance our community through continuing education programs and research sources while promoting communication and good will within the building community.