Our Values


You deserve the best possible outcome from your involvement with EverLife Home. To that end, it’s important you know the values by which the company is run.

There are three key tenants EverLife Home is founded on:

1. We focus on teamwork. One remodel project can employ dozens of people. Our principles guide our behavior while working. They also steer our broad project teams of subcontractors and suppliers.

2. We create a home eternal. The EverLife Home founding principle is that your home is one of your biggest investments. It’s a place of sanctuary where memories are made, relationships are nurtured, and family is raised. It’s YOUR home.

3. Quality is our benchmark. EverLife Home building standards are set to achieve an exceptional finished product. Our mission is to create spaces you’ll find comfortable to live in through all stages of life.


To help us accomplish the founding principles, everyone connected with your EverLife Home project adheres to these eight values:

We are guests.
We are guests in your home. We treat your home as if it was ours. If for some reason we miss the quality benchmark we’d desire for our own home, we’ll change course to meet or exceed our own high standards.


We tell the truth.
If something about the project seems off course, we’ll shine a light on it by speaking truthfully.


We meet our commitments.
We keep our word and don’t over promise. When it comes to project schedules, processes, and outcomes, our individual commitments support the team in reaching goals.


We work safely, adhering to all OSHA regulations.
We adhere to the strictest code requirements and environmental safety regulations. This is important for everyone’s safety, as well as our integrity.


We do the right thing and own problems we encounter.
If anything needs adjustment, replacement, or rework, the responsible team member owns it. If they can’t make it right, they alert the appropriate person so corrective action can be taken.


We communicate clearly.
As a cohesive team we communicate openly with each other and you. If an interaction is hazy, then we seek out clarity.


We work to earn a decent living.
A reasonable profit keeps our businesses healthy and allows us to contribute to God’s Kingdom.


We serve others.
We’re working in your living space. It’s our hope we have the opportunity to improve your overall well-being. Our behavior, care, and attention to your wishes matters to us.