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Just wanted to introduce myself.
I’ve been in the building business for 25 plus years, mainly remodeling.
Cabinet maker, finish carpenter, remodeler among other things. (I know how things go together!)
Can communicate with Architects, builders & remodelers well.
Have been certified in & been using Chief since version 6.
Have been working remotely all over the country for many years.
I work fast & reasonably, usually from a matter of days to 2 weeks turn around time.
Please see my work here: www.theprojectdesigners.com
Plan examples & references available on request.
 
Thank You for Considering me,
Tom Flachbart from The Project Designers
 
603 770 6078
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