Monday, December 4, 2017

Contractor/Carpenter/Equipment Operator For Hire



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Hi! We are snowbirds and we are looking for a place to spend the winter where my husband (Dave) can work as a skilled professional, (20 to 40 hours per week. I (Cindy) could work outside trimming trees, raking or feeding the animals, (10 to 15 hours a week) if you needed help with that. We prefer to find work at a place where we can live in our RV.  We are available Mid December 2017 through March 2018



(We prefer spending the winter in one of these areas:)  

     (Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Florida and etc.)  

Dave is an experienced contractor, builder, and/or carpenter by trade with over 16 years of experience. He runs and operates his own company (TF Tiling and Remodeling LLC) in Greenville, Wisconsin. The business is going strong; his entire customer base is by word of mouth and hasn't advertised in over 15 years! His skill set and work ethic has been described as impeccable! 


 We started snow birding in 2008; working primarily at horse ranches and would love to find another ranch to work on! We just love the atmosphere and being around horses and other animals. In the past Dave has worked closely with the owners and has completed several projects from designing to constructing! 


He has done simple remodeling projects:



 


He has gutted and remodel several houses, cabins and buildings:

 


and... 
He has built several things from the ground up:(laundry room,maintenance building outside bathrooms, garages, sheds and etc.)

And did the inside work on a prefab cabin:















He has also done major landscaping projects including putting in a pond with a pier and a fountain. 

 




Last season he helped an owner design an outdoor wedding venue. It looks amazing! He put up a huge pavilion with misting fans, a Gazebo, a wooden walk way, and a bridge over the pond! 






We  have spent the last six winters working at Deer Lake Cabins Ranch Resort in Texas. The owners of the ranch can speak more on my behalf and verify my level of expertise. I will provide their contact information and several other  references upon request. 

If you are looking to hire a hard working, dependable person to get a project or projects done I am your guy!  I am confident that if you chose to hire me, you will not regret it!  If you are interested in discussing this further, or if you have any questions, feel free to contact me at dvtft@live.com or call (920) 427 -6151. 


Please feel free to roam around the blog a bit, you will be sure to get a feel of what kind of people we are and see more of the jobs we have completed. You can just scroll through it or type key words in the search bar.

If you stumble upon our past resume with phone numbers for references, just keep in mind it has been several years since we were at those places, I am not sure they have the same phone numbers or if the same people manage the facility. For a list of our most recent references please send us an email at dvtft@live.com or comment directly to the blog.  We sure hope to hear from you soon!



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Shadow's Bucket List:

 Many people have asked me why I quit posting on my blog, the simple answer,: Heart Break!

My Inspiration for this blog came from my best friend of 14 1/2 years... Shadow!

It has taken me two years to be able to post this post and believe me it is not without feeling!

Shadow left this world August 31, 2015; he had a complete life and was loved like no other. He was my best friend, my shadow and my life. I miss him so much!  He shows up in my dreams once in a while and I know he is okay and he is still waiting by that Rainbow Bridge!






































 Hopefully posting this will give me some closure, enough that I can do some more blogging, Shylo is already 5 years old and I am sure he has a few stories he would like me to post once in a while.

For all you that have lost a pet, my heart goes out to you!  The pain of losing a pet is overwhelming  at times, after 2 years it still  feels like my heart is still being ripped out of my chest when I think of him.

I am hoping this post will help with the healing!

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