March-April 2017 | THE FACES OF THE ALL-AMERICAN BUILDING TEAM

THE FACES OF THE ALL-AMERICAN BUILDING TEAM
Will and Nikki Tyler

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THE FACES OF THE ALL-AMERICAN BUILDING TEAM

Coastal Style's Faces of the Shore 2017

Salisbury native Will Tyler didn’t wait around for his destiny to find him; he went out and got it. Not even 23 years old, he launched Tyler Building Company 12 years ago with his indispensable wife, Nikki, following an extensive five-year apprenticeship. The result is the time-tested experience of a
savvy veteran with the enthusiasm and vigor of a young man. His company performs complete home improvement and custom-home building, yet his “no job too small” mantra ensures he will never look down on any job.


“During the housing boom, there was a lot of bad work being done,” said Will, who coaches two U10 soccer teams and is the vice-president of the Salisbury Optimist Club. “A lot of my jobs then involved fixing the work of other contractors.” Will said he quickly learned the value of doing small jobs, which resulted in a large and loyal customer base. Today, the company does a variety of smaller jobs while completing expansive $1,000,000-plus jobs. 


In order to excel at such a diverse range of projects, Will maintains specialty crews who are experts in their fields. “We have up to three crews who do nothing but framing, siding and decking,” said Will, an accredited BBB member with an A+ rating. “We have a GAF-certified roof crew and several experienced trim carpenters, including a custom woodworker with a 5,000-square-foot workshop. We also have a full-time mason, dry-waller/painter and excellent punch-out man, and I’m proud of all of them.”


Additionally, Will is proud to call Tyler Building an “all-American company.” It means that “all Tyler Building Company employees and subcontractors are taxpaying American citizens,” he said. “My father-in-law would tell me about companies he’d competed against that had one guy with a business license and workers paid only in cash. It was an extremely unfair advantage and unfair to hardworking Americans who wanted and needed jobs. I vowed then I would never do that just to win a job or to make more money.”


Tyler Building Company performs work from Bethany to Seaford and Cambridge, down to the VA line.


Will and Nikki Tyler
TYLER BUILDING COMPANY

TylerBuildingCo.com  |  410-546-4711

32421 Longridge Road, Parsonsburg


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