Holly Springs, NC 27540

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NC Driveway


"Renew Your Driveway!"

About the Founder & Owner - Clay MacCormac


Clay MacCormac, is the Founder & Owner of NC Driveway. He’s been a local resident of Holly Springs, NC for over 25 years, watching Southwest Wake County grow & flourish. Clay MacCormac (aka ClayMac) grew up in Bucks County, PA (outside Philadelphia), earned his A.A. degree in Business Management graduating Cum Laude from BCCC. He moved to Holly Springs, NC in 1993, earned his BS degree graduating Cum Laude from NC State in 1999.

Clay worked in Finance & IT for 30 years on HUD & VA Federal contracts, Lockheed Martin and NC Housing Finance Agency. After retiring, he started a new business, NC Driveway – Paving Driveways & Parking Lots with Gravel, Asphalt & Concrete, we also sealcoat.

From life experience Clay treats people with respect, keeps continually in contact with his clients and separates his company from others by using the Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”  Clay believes if you say you’re going to do something, do it, follow through. Suit up and show up and call your customers back, show them in estimates and explain to them personally what work you’re going to do and complete the work you’ve described in a timely manner, delivering a quality product, and make sure the customer is happy. So many people do not call you back, take your money and run and do a shoddy job. Do what you promise & do a good job.

Clay is happily married, and dedicated to his business. A licensed NC Real Estate Broker for 15 years, has shown Clay the importance of properties having great curb appeal for the homeowner or business owner & keep it looking good if you sell.

It feels good as the homeowner or business owner to have a great looking first impression as they approach the house or business. With years of customer service and financial experience, Clay is able to negotiate very competitive prices, utilize logistics & organizational skills to coordinate and deliver  all the heavy machinery to get the job done right. 

Clay also volunteers at Healing Transitions of Wake County, mentoring men to better their lives and learn to be upstanding citizens and productive members of society.  He suits up & shows up at HT 4-5 days a week because it’s a pleasure. 

Seeing the positive change in people’s lives and families coming back together inspires Clay to continue serving at HT.  “HT helps people transition from addiction to becoming a productive member of the community.