About Us

Building Creative Homes Is Our Passion

It actually began in fourth grade. Jay Cox’s first experience as a small-business owner taught him persistence and hard work. (He also earned enough money by selling bubble gum at school to buy his first bike.)

Twenty years later, this Clemson mechanical engineer began building homes. He transitioned from industrial construction and engineering to residential building after several years at Milliken and Company and then with O’Neal Engineers and Architects.

In 1998, Jay and his wife Monica’s original business plan included several years transitioning from engineering to building, but they found themselves deluged by requests for contract work before their first house was completed.

Thirteen years later, the couple’s work building custom homes has grown to include projects up to 13,000 square feet full of distinctive detail and creative touches both inside and outside.

Having built at Lake Keowee, Stonebrook Farm, Kingsbridge and Sycamore Ridge neighborhoods, Jay has built a solid reputation for honest work with stunning results.

Four steps to achievement: plan purposefully, prepare prayerfully, proceed positively, pursue persistently.

– William A. Ward