Jim has been with TraVek since 2016. Before that time he was self-employed for 20 years doing remodeling and new construction. Jim has been trained in plumbing, electrical, carpentry and pretty much everything you can think of.
At TraVek Jim is a lead carpenter, and is in charge of everything from the demolition to the completion of the job.
One thing Jim enjoys most about his job is getting to know his customers. He also enjoys the variety of projects that he gets to work on.
In his spare time, Jim enjoys deep sea fishing. Ask him about his most recent venture.
This homeowner needed a bathroom that allowed him to maneuver in his wheelchair. The tub and small, stall shower were quickly becoming too difficult to be of use. We removed those and created this open, vast shower with a zero-entry between the main flooring and the shower floor. With grab bars and a bench seat, this new space is easy to get around and user friendly.
Our designer, Todd, is certified aging-in-place through the National Kitchen and Bath Association. His training gives him the knowledge or what the national requirements are to bring a kitchen or bath up to the standard set for these accessibility needs. We adjusted this vanity design so a wheelchair could fit under and the sink would be at the proper height for the homeowner. StarMark Cabinetry offers a wide variety of cabinet designs and sizing to accommodate these needs. You can also spy in the After photo, where there was a closed in water closet, we opened up that space to be more accessible.
These McCormick Ranch homeowners had a storage problem. In addition to their kitchen, we coordinated matching StarMark Cabinetry to build in this gorgeous shelving unit. New luxury vinyl flooring throughout the living area to modernize the old tile as well as a refresh on the fireplace and walls with complementary paint colors.
This closed off kitchen in McCormick Ranch had one of the oddest layouts we had seen. There was a narrow entrance near the front door into the kitchen as well as the opening you see in this shot. The counter space also snaked around making it cramped for even one person to work in the kitchen. We opened the wall up, keeping one beam for support, and extended cabinetry along the wall for storage. StarMark Cabinetry to coordinate with the living room shelving.
The homeowner wanted to refresh her bathroom, modernize the look and get rid of the dark and tired aesthetic. Look what a transformation there was even though the layout stayed the same!
The homeowner wanted to update her bathroom to get rid of the older and darker colors and generally freshen it up. Our team was happy to help and quickly made the required changes for this bathroom remodel. What a beauty!
This couple decided to downsize on their home, but the new home's kitchen was not their style. They decided to invest in an update! We kept much of the same footprint and kept the island at the diagonal angle it was originally, but we cleaned up the look by leveling the island counter height. The two-tone kitchen cabinets are all the rage right now, and we also added cabinetry in other areas in the kitchen not seen in the After photo is shown.