Why is there a fleur de lis in the Curtis Homes logo?
The french symbol represents the start of the company and the values that drive Curtis Homes. During Cameron Curtis freshman year at Corban University in Salem, Oregon, hurricane Katrina ravaged New Orleans leaving thousands homeless. Seeing the immense need for able tradesman, Cameron traveled south to pour his energy, skill, and heart into rebuilding hope into lives of others. It was there in New Orleans that Curtis Construction and Remodeling was born. After living in New Orleans gutting and rebuilding homes in New Orleans, Cameron returned to Salem and established Curtis Construction & Remodeling – a company focused on offering quality construction.
As Cameron finished college and grew in his passion for building homes he changed the name of his company to Curtis Homes. The name reflects Cameron and Emily’s desire for the business to be family owned. The fleur de lis was added to the logo, as a daily reminder that building hope, good service and family tradition is at the center of Curtis Homes.