Davin grew up working for his Dad at his glass company, fabricating and installing custom mirrors and shower doors. He, his dad and his brothers also built several spec houses. He has been with TraVek since 2005, where he worked for 11 1/2 years as a lead carpenter before making a career change to pursue his dream of Design Sales. He has always had ideas and solutions for unforeseen circumstances that tend to come up in the world of remodeling.
Davin's days consist of meeting with prospects and customers, finding solutions to their problems, designing, estimating and pricing. He has the eye of an artist, and enjoys sharing his ideas with others.
In his time away from the office, Davin likes to spend time being with and taking care of his kids, likes to golf, dirt bike, play hockey. And most importantly, he loves to love his wife.
Education & Certificates
NARI Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
This was a simple upgrade to open up the kitchen, freshen the cabinets, and install a new island with more storage space. The wall dividing the kitchen was taken down to create a breakfast bar and a better flow to the floorplan. The Starmark Butterscotsch Cabinets and Wilsonart Spring Carnival Countertop helped give this sweet kitchen a sharper, cleaner look.
This 1981 built Chandler home was in need of a kitchen makeover, but the layout of the home and the homeowner's needs did not require any major changes. This made me the perfect candidate for a 10-Day Kitchen!
With a 10-Day Kitchen, you still have access to the best quality materials! This kitchen was upgraded with StarMark Cabinetry and we love how the upper cabinets are in the Driftwood finish to add a fashionable contrast to the Macadamia lower cabinets.
We have done multiple projects for these homeowners, which is the greatest compliment! This kitchen used to have a more exterior wall, and you can still see the design elements in the Before photo, complete with a sliding window to the living room! They wanted to open up that wall as well as create a kitchen that reflected their personal tastes. The use of color accents was very important to them which you can see in the blue lighting and yellow accent stripes.
This master bathroom was long and narrow that made it difficult to see how we could make it work for the aging homeowner. She could no longer use the tub, but the size would make it improbably for a fully beach-entry shower. We were able to design a minor incline into the shower that would not have a tripping hazard but still allow wheelchair access and keep the water draining properly.