At Let’s Face It we pride ourselves on our expert craftsmanship and person service. Our team consists of industry professionals who are highly skilled and talented in their separate areas of expertise and we strive to make sure that your experience with us is a great one.
Get to know more about the Let’s Face It team below!
Art is all around us….. everything we see and touch was created by a higher source, artist, or designer….. I believe that my work manifests a true cultural connection between my client and what I create for them. Every client wants someone to connect with and I believe I am that person. I absolutely love historical homes and consider myself an industry expert in understanding applications and approaches to a proper restoration. I am proud of the 30+ years of service to my clients and the kitchen and bath industry.
Recipient of numerous Contractor of the Year Awards (CotY), Chrysalis Award, Big 50 Award, Featured in numerous local & national magazines, public speaker.
Served two terms as the President of the Bucks/ Mont Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. Specialist in kitchen, bath and interior finishes. Five years of commercial design experience. Certified Kitchen & Bath Remodeler (CKBR). Member of NKBA and NARI.
Design and sales consultant for 30 plus years in the construction area specializing in kitchens and bathrooms. Enjoy meeting with people and assisting them on enhancing their homes! Personal interests including fishing, exercise and dogs but mostly enjoy the challenge of being a good father.
Over 15 years management in project engineering. Design/build custom carpenter. A.H.I.T. certified and PA licensed home inspector. Member NKBA, NARI, NACHI, AAMI. Certified Lead Carpenter through the National Association of the Remodeling Industry. Certified Kitchen and Bath Remodeler designated through the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI).
Over 25 years of experience in accounting and customer service.
Art and design have always been my love but when it came to a career my practical Midwestern parents objected. So I became a psychologist and enjoyed a long career in higher education, the last five years of which were spent renovating my house. During that process when I served as designer, general contractor, and project manager I realized my love for design had a practical application. For my kitchen I enlisted the help of a well-known designer who joked that when I retired we could work together. Now I’m still helping people but in a slightly different way…the aesthetics of your home strongly influences your mood and overall health.
Beautiful home design has always been an important part of my life. After my former career in manufacturing management I am truly happy to have an opportunity to use the skills I have developed over the years during the many renovations I have designed and implemented.
As a person who loves to cook, seeing the process of old kitchens transformed from outdated and barely functional spaces into bright welcoming “new” kitchens was especially gratifying. After renovating spaces in several house I came to realize that as a creative person, I really enjoy seeing the old become newer and better while keeping the elements that are still functional and meaningful.
Kitchens are gathering spaces. Knowing how much a transformation of a kitchen will transform a house, it is especially gratifying for me to work with my clients to help them achieve their vision for their gathering space, while minimizing the disruption to their lives. It is a privilege and a joy to be welcomed into people’s homes and to participate in such an enjoyable process.
Journeyman finish carpenter
Love wood working and fine carpentry. I also enjoy good music and being outdoors.
I’m a second-generation Carpenter. I started as an apprentice with my father in 1994. For the past 20 years, I’ve focused on fine woodworking, whole house remodeling, and antique home restoration. To me there is nothing more gratifying than creating something with my bare hands. Aside from carpentry, I enjoy spending time with my wife and children in Cape May. As well as fishing, playing 9-ball, and writing and performing music.
I have spent my entire professional career as a finish carpenter. In 1999, I made a decision to join the HomeTech Renovations team and never looked back. My skills include cabinet building, finish carpentry, tile setting, minor plumbing, and electric. Over my years with HomeTech, I am grateful to have steady and reliable work and truly enjoy all those I work with and most of all the customers we serve.
I grew up in a family kitchen and bath business. Early on, my father taught me the skills and values to be successful in the industry. In 2013, I left my father’s business, as he prepared for retirement, and came to work for Let’s Face It and HomeTech Renovations team. I am now happy and grateful to be part of a 33-year-old successful company and find true pleasure and joy to serve our customers.
I have always been dedicated to the construction and remodeling industry and have been fortunate to cut my earlier career honing my skills as an interior finish carpenter. In 2008, after 15 years of installing high end finished millwork, I made a decision to work for Let’s Face It and HomeTech Renovations. I truly enjoy my work and the customers we serve. This is more than a job for me, as I thoroughly enjoy the support and dedication of the entire Let’s Face It and HomeTech Renovations family of dedicated staff.