Aaron Sorensen grew up on a jobsite. His father, a custom home builder, had him and his brother framing new houses over summers as teenagers. By the time he finished highschool, he was an experienced framer, plumber, dry-waller, roofer, and finish carpenter. He attended St. Louis University and the University of Colorado until he decided to pursue his passion: carpentry. Aaron spent his 20's doing bathroom and kitchen remodels, as well as some commercial restaurant remodeling. He loves woodworking in his garage which is slowly becoming a wood shop despite the objections of his wife, Kristin. He is a father to two beautiful girls, who he hopes will love woodworking someday too.
Chad Hasselbach has been working in residential, and commercial construction for over fifteen years, focusing on residential. He has done it all from finish carpentry, to structural repairs, to backup generators and all the trades in-between. Chad has endeavored to,"take on every type of project to increase my knowledge and my skill sets." He is also a home inspector, completing Kaplan University's Complete Home Inspection program. From project manager to estimator, Chad has performed these jobs for projects large and small, with stand-out professional results.
Gavin Meyer is a recent graduate of The Colorado School of Mines with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is passionate about solving complicated problems and working hands on in residential construction. Gavin has worked in the construction industry on and off since his first job when he was in high school. He has experience with everything from heavy earth moving equipment to finish carpentry. He is a proud husband and father of one son.