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Jacob Beringer


From a young age, I was surrounded by and fascinated with buildings. I fell in love with a work van's sounds and smell, and they never let me go.  My father was a foreman and rough carpenter for a custom home builder, and I remember my father showing my family the houses he was building from a young age. He was very proud. I also picked up his love of the craft, pride, and carpentry skills. It doesn't matter if the project is a year-long or an hour; there is no better feeling than standing back and looking at what you have accomplished, the finished project.


From a young age, I would help my father work at job sites, friends' houses, or our homes. He taught me a lot of what I know. Luckily, I have worked alongside other skilled artisans, learning and picking up tricks that made me the carpenter I am today. My first carpentry job was at 18, building concrete panel forms for buildings such as the Potawatomi Hotel. In 2014, I started working in restoration, honing my finished carpentry skills and other skills such as windows, doors, flooring, drywall, roofing, siding, and more. In 2020, I decided that my focus would be on rough-and-finish carpentry, though I would always do whatever needed to be done to keep the job moving on schedule.


You can find my family and me out on the lake when I am not at work.

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