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THE LATEST NEWS FROM ANDERSON MOORE

When we’re not doing beautiful bath, kitchen and other home improvement projects, we are out in the community working with charities, teaching other general contractors, hosting remodeling seminars, and so much more. Check here often to see what we’re up to!

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CELEBRATING 25+ YEARS!

We’re proud to be celebrating 25+ years in business. Founders Erik Anderson and Tracy Moore have come a long way since their days at North Carolina State University. It was years later that they started Anderson-Moore Builders, which quickly became the area’s premier remodeler.

Over the past 25+ years, we’ve gained a loyal following and solid reputation. Thanks to all our customers and staff who helped us get to where we are today!

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HALL OF FAME AWARD

Congratulations to Co-owner and Vice President Erik Anderson, who was recently inducted into the North Carolina Housing Hall of Fame. For more than 25 years, Erik has done so much for the state’s housing and building industry, from judging carpentry contests to serving on many industry boards.

Many thanks to the North Carolina Home Builders Association (NCHBA) for recognizing Erik’s contributions in such a meaningful way.

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TEACHING ON ZOOM

Co-owner Erik Anderson is approved as an instructor by the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors. Starting in 2020, all general contractors in the state are required to attend 8 hours of classes to get their GC license. The original plan was to teach in person, but Covid-19 drove classes online.

Now Erik is holding regular classes on the Zoom platform and will be continuing to do so for the foreseeable future.