Clear and regular communication is the key to ensuring your project is realized in a timely and cost-effective manner. At NLC, we pride ourselves on ensuring that issues are fully explored and discussed. Regular meetings are scheduled to guide you through the multitude of decisions required and keep you up to date on progress.


We’ll work with you to ensure that your vision is realized in a cost effective and quality project. You will benefit from our excellent, long-standing relationships with building inspectors, suppliers, and local proven professional trades people.


We will guide you in choosing from a wide array of choices in materials and design elements to help you get the best value for your dollar. We will help you understand the options and what the consequences might be for your choices.


NLC prides itself on high quality craftsmanship. The many local references from happy clients is evidence we offer excellent quality and service at good value. The team is equipped with a large selection of tools, having the right tool for the job makes sure our work is precise and efficient.


Responsible and sustainable building is important to NLC. We encourage use of local and/or green products and materials. We encourage blower tests in order to measure air leakage and maximize energy efficiency. We take care to protect the natural beauty and features of your property.

Expertise of the NLC Team

NLC employs high level carpenters with trades qualifications and many areas of speciality. We have excellent relationships with the many sub trades and work only with the best. Nick Langford is a highly skilled and knowledgeable designer and builder who oversees his team to ensure high quality.

Sustainable Construction

Building with a global environmental ethic is top of mind for many clients and for NLC. Environmental responsibility starts with good design but tradecraft, ethical purchasing and minimizing waste, are also important. The core environmental design elements are envelope details. Incorporation of the right new technologies and products can enhance occupant comfort and lessen the environmental footprint. Reduce, reuse and recycle are important practices in all industries but the high volume of materials involved in construction make the 3R’s an especially important environmental policy but also a good business practice. Right sizing your project, good technical design, appropriate technology and quality construction are the key ingredients to sustainable construction.