"Overall a great experience. The Travek crew (Tom/Dan and Dave) were professional. Tom provided suggestions and options and..."
Overall a great experience. The Travek crew (Tom/Dan and Dave) were professional. Tom provided suggestions and options and answered our questions calmly and professionally. Dan did the bulk of the work and was very much the same. He let us know what was going to happen which made things easier. Our family faced a difficult situation during construction and Travek was empathetic and handled the situation well.
"David was extremely thorough in his work. Very punctual and professional. I was comfortable having them in my home with me and my..."
David was extremely thorough in his work. Very punctual and professional. I was comfortable having them in my home with me and my children. This was not the lowest quote we received. We do not believe the job could have been done better!
David's career in the construction industry began in his home country of Australia where he completed a 4-year Apprenticeship in carpentry and then worked as a Journeyman building custom homes from start to finish, as well as a wide range of other remodeling projects.
In 2008 he met a lovely girl from Arizona, Courtney, whom he married in 2010. After spending their first three years of marriage in Australia, they moved to Arizona to be closer to Courtney's family. They now have two boys and are enjoying life here.
David began working for TraVek at the beginning of 2015 as a Lead Carpenter. His passion for remodeling and the overall construction process led him to his current position as Production Manager. His day-to-day tasks include calculating the costs of all incoming remodeling projects, arranging the scheduling of the projects, and performing quality control checks to ensure that each remodel is completed according to company standards.
David enjoys spending time with his family and participating in a wide variety of sports including golf, basketball, and Australian Rules football.
This was a total transformation of a master bathroom in Tempe. In the Before photo you can see a corner of the wall. There was a closet on the other side. On the left side of the picture you can see just part of a typical bath tub and shower combination. The homeowners wanted a walk-in shower and a free-standing tub.
By turning the closet space into bathroom space, it opened up the bathroom immensely, and gave a perfect spot for the curb-free walk-in shower. The original shower/tub was turned into a beautiful claw foot tub. Hence what once was simply a functional bathroom now gives the feeling of an elegant spa and a place of relaxation.