Gregory was able to learn rough carpentry and trim carpentry while he was working across Arizona, Southern California and in Eastern Washington. He earned a General Contractor's license while in Southern California.
He joined TraVek becauuse he wanted to be a part of a family/team.
In his spare time, Gregory plays all kinds of sports and enjoys coaching his amazing kids.
Gregory has been married 15 years, and he and his wife have three beautiful children and a little dog.
Arched doorways, slanted rooflines, and sunken rooms were all the rage in the 1970s. We needed to give this home new life! We were able to raise the roof, bring up the sunken dining room, and open up the entryway to create a better flow in this home.
You can hardly imagine this is the same kitchen! We opened up the wall into the living area to turn this claustrophobic kitchen into an open concept design. We also raised the entire roofline around these rooms to make everything more breathable. All the can lighting brightened up this space and moved away from the yellowish, fluorescent lighting of the original, 70s design.
Nothing says a southwestern 70s look like a beehive fireplace and parquet flooring! The beehive setup created an awkward living area set up and served no use for this family.