We the owners David and Irene Fehrenbacher have over 30 years of
experience remodeling and repair work. With our combined experience and
perspectives, we offer the client both traditional and custom work with a
personal touch. As members of the Greater Sacramento Valley Chapter of
National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) we are held to a
higher standard and code of ethics. We volunteer our services annually to
Sacramento area Rebuilding Together which rehabilitates local houses
for those in need and the
Sacramento Area Habitat for Humanity.

David is a Vietnam Veteran who served in the US Navy where he was
trained to operate power plants. After leaving the Navy he used his Naval
training and work at both McClellan AFB and Folsom Prison as a Stationary
Engineer. In 1978, he went to work for a developer where he learned his
construction skills from the ground up. In 1997, Pioneer West Enterprises
was formed. In 1998, David trained to become a Certified Safety
Specialist for residential and commercial projects.  He worked as a Safety
Officer on projects for the Army Corps of Engineers, US Forest Service and
the US Bureau of Reclamation. By 2000, the enjoyment of working directly
with homeowners became too strong to resist and he along with his wife,
began working in the remodeling industry.

Irene grew up always doing building and landscaping projects with her
father and learned her way around tools at this early age. She attended
San Jose State University while she worked in the building supply industry
where she learned about the materials needed for construction and
remodeling. After years of working in the building supply industry, she
attended Heald Business College and earned her degree in bookkeeping
and specialized in construction accounting. Irene continued to work in the
construction industry while working towards her own contractor’s license
and in 1997 Pioneer West Enterprises was formed. As the remodeling
industry evolved into a Design/ Build environment, Irene returned to
school and studied Interior Design and Kitchen and Bath Design. She
graduated from American River College in 2005. Irene is a past President
of the local chapter of
NARI.  Irene is also active with Mercey Springs
Foundation and current serves on their board of directors.
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