Hometown: Dubuque, Iowa
Favorite types of projects: When the customer allows us to be creative and when we can do rustic look carpentry.
How you got involved in this industry: I grew up in the trades.
Fun fact: I have lived and worked in Paraguay, South America.
Director of Operations
Hometown: San Diego, CA
Favorite types of projects: Interior trim, doors, stairs, hand cut roofs and ground up layout.
How you got involved in this industry: I got involved in the industry when I was a young man. I went through a four year apprenticeship and became Journeyman Carpenter at 17 years of age.
Fun fact: I have spent the last 11 years as a police officer. I enjoy riding motorcycles and building motorcycles. I have a wood shop at home in my garage/ I also enjoy constructing leather projects (wallets, belts, vacuum forming holsters, etc) My motto is “Ride hard, stay alive”.
Inventory Coordinator/Team Member
Hometown: I grew up in Goshen, Indiana.
Favorite types of projects: I enjoy doing custom work and detailed carpentry.
How you got involved in this industry: I started working with Alan as a side weekend job in high school. I’ve been with him since the start and have just grown into it. Going on 5 years now.
Fun fact: I enjoy traveling and rock climbing!
Hometown: Galveston, Texas
Favorite types of projects: Spray painting, working with air tools, fixing things, and building things from the ground up.
How you got involved in this industry: My own needs and curiosity which led to job opportunities.
Fun fact: I use to surf 🏄♂️ and that I also was a really good break dancer.
Hometown: Orange, Texas
Favorite types of projects: My favorite projects are any that are built of wood. I love making interior tables (dining, coffee, end, etc.) from walnut, pecan, mesquite and other fine woods and outdoor furniture in my spare time. Many of these items are donated for benefit auctions.
How you got involved in this industry: I got involved in this industry under the tutelage of my father. Although Dad was a PHD chemist by profession, he was an extremely skilled craftsman. I watched and learned from him as much as a kid could. I went from fetching tools/materials to actually being able to build things.
Fun fact: I retired from law enforcement after a nearly 37 year career and can now enjoy my first loves of my wife, children, motorcycle riding, woodworking, fishing, and hunting.