Growing up with my father as a general contractor, I've been immersed in construction all my life. Working with wood and my hands has always been a passion. My expertise once leaned 75% toward rough construction and 25% toward finish work, with a focus on framing and a team of over 30 employees. We framed up to five spec homes weekly, including large ones that took months. My hands-on involvement in constructing nearly 1,000 homes gave me extensive knowledge. Now, I exclusively frame the homes I build, prioritizing meticulous planning and thorough documentation. Each project is a source of pride. I've witnessed the evolving construction process, learned from both successes and mistakes, and eagerly embrace every opportunity to expand my expertise.

During the housing bubble of 2008 in AZ, the residential construction in my area came to a halt as most of the homes were second homes (vacation homes), and the nearby towns reported unemployment rates as high as 31.3%. Fortunately, I fell into a project at the beginning stages of building a resort on the Colorado River near Needles, CA, and upon completion, I stayed with the company and oversaw all construction and maintenance. The resort grew to include two full kitchens, three bars, a general store, a marina, and an RV park. I learned a lot about HVAC and even became certified in specific tasks. I did a lot of preventive maintenance, repairs, and replacement of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Working with electrical contractors and engineers over many years, I am only 1000 hours away from obtaining my journeyman electrician's license.

Eventually, the heat became too much, and I moved to Montana. Over the years, I have honed in on my finish work skills and taken on new projects, from complete sets of cabinets to milling my lumber for countertops, window casings, and doors. Now, I work mostly solo on projects and am much happier this way. I am very organized and efficient in my workflow, and I genuinely enjoy starting a project and seeing it through to completion. If you've made it this far, thank you. Please contact us, and I'd love to turn your ideas into reality!