, Owner & President
Edward started his business in 1997 and has managed the successful completion of hundreds of projects ranging from small remodels, complex additions, and custom homes. His people skills create a cohesion on the job site between tradesmen, property owners, and himself. Mr. Carel treats his workers with dignity and respect whereby he creates an environment where tradesmen work with him rather than for him.
Edward graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a BA in Biblical Studies and a Master of Arts in Counseling. His passion for people and servant leadership approach is the platform of Integrity Custom. He is a great communicator and clients appreciate his ability to bring their thoughts and concepts to life.
Office Manager & Administrator
"I can truly say, interacting with our clients and potential customers is one of my favorite things about working at Integrity Custom. Not only do I get to manage the daily office operations, but I have the opportunity to meet some awesome people!"
Investor Relations and Business Administrator
"With a love for people, I am passionate about connecting people to opportunities. The vision of Integrity inspires me to forge lasting relationships with our clients and investors, so
that with each project a story might develop and unfold, making a lasting impression in those we serve."
Operations Manager New Construction & Historic Preservation
"At the end of the day, when the dust has settled, the tools have been put away and the floors have been swept, the most important thing in our lives at Integrity Custom is the people we serve."
Operations Manager | Remodels & Additions
"My sincere desire is that myself and our team can provide you with a home that surpasses your dreams as well. One of the greatest things about working at Integrity Custom is the feeling that we are all like family."
Project Manager | Remodels
"Grateful to work for a Christian based company focused on building up people; restoring & preserving the historic back to its designed beauty & recreating new homes to look like the historic era."