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James J White, Founder & CEO

James White is a master craftsman who has been practicing the cabinet and carpentry crafts since 1976. James has overseen the execution of numerous intricate kitchen and bathroom remodels as well as the construction of new home structures from foundation to completed interiors. He is well versed in all aspects of integrated home systems. He has served multiple apprenticeships under master carpenters and cabinet makers at notable companies such as Wooden Works and Berkshire Timber Framing. He is currently in charge of the design and execution of multiple kitchen and bathroom redesigns. James lives in Akron, Ohio.


Personalized Approach

We have been in business for over 25 years and have a reputation of customer service, craftsmanship, and quality work at a fair price. We are proud of our reputation as a locally owned and operated company. We strive for excellence in our business dealings and craftsmanship. Our customers come first in all of our projects and we have made a profession of helping them translate their ideas into reality, no matter how simple or complex they may be!


Homegrown Excellence

We wanted to start a family company which would show that hard work, dedication, and commitment to excellence are values which still hold true in our great country. We have completed projects in high rise condominiums to small ranch style homes, and many in between.


Insured and BBB Certified

We want our customers to feel completely at ease welcoming us into their living space. We understand that transforming a house into a home is a very personal process, and we want you to feel comfortable with such an undertaking.

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