This is one of the contractor shows, where I’m joined by Nathan Dishington, owner of JensenHus in Natick, MA. We talked about HGTV and whether I should worry about the effect that it has on clients, different perspective on home renovations around the country, why home renovations cost so much and
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This is one of the contractor shows, where I’m joined by Nathan Dishington, owner of JensenHus in Natick, MA. We talked about HGTV and whether I should worry about the effect that it has on clients, different perspective on home renovations around the country, why home renovations cost so much and how to find a contractor who is right for you. The audio quality on this episode is a little bird filled, I am on Martha’s Vineyard and while I haven’t heard any trash trucks or sirens, there are a lot of birds and I can’t wait to record until they stop singing. about our guest, Nathan Dishington:"After 8 years whacking my way through the bushes of professional baseball in the minor leagues, I began my career in the building trades, taking the same approach to contracting as I did as a professional athlete, I gave it my all and like many in this field, started with little experience and climbed the proverbial ladder. I have spent the last 19 years in the trenches as a carpenter, cabinet maker, general contractor, property investor, house flipper and multi family developer/owner. During that time, I learned my trade with hands on experience, by completing all the facets of residential building and remodeling. I have rehabbed abandoned apartment buildings and brought them back online, flipped over a dozen sf houses, designed, consulted and remodeled over a hundred residential addition, remodeling and building projects for my clients, including homeowners, contractors and institutions. I also spent many years operating a cabinet shop, where I built cabinets from scratch, including drawers, doors and finishing. The wide array of skills and experiences, that I have accumulated in the trades, gives me a unique perspective as a seasoned contractor and real estate investor.As the owner of Jensen Hus, a design build firm in Natick Massachusetts I still live and die with every single project. I thrive in the weeds and and am a detail freak. I hate sitting behind a desk, but accept that it's a necessary evil of my role. If you want to see what I do, check out my youtube channel https://youtu.be/7YqksW867u8 where I document my unfiltered life as a small business owner, design builder and investor."www.jensenhus.com************************************Visit Talkinghomerenovations.com for episode enhancements, containing photos and more information about the episodes as well as transcripts. There you can leave a voice message through speak pipe that could be included in a future episode. Help me spread the word about this podcast!If you like this podcast, subscribe and tell your friends about it! Love a review or a rating! Thank you for your support.Follow me on instagram: @talkinghomerenovationsJoin me on Facebook: Talking Home RenovationsFollow me on Twitter, help make that a thing: @talkinghomerenoJoin me on TikTok: @The House MavenSign up for the weekly newsletter- I send out the episode enhancements every Wednesday morning, sign up here Thanks to Ray Bernoff, the editor of the show. www.RayBernoff.comMusic at the beginning and end of the episode is The House Maven's Jig by Neil Pearlman, performed by Troy MacGillivray and Neil Pearlman www.neilpearlman.comShow Cover Art by Sam White www.samowhite.comThis podcast is a production of dEmios Architects. www.demiosarchitects.comEmail questions, comments, suggestions for future episodes to firstname.lastname@example.orgDo you need a bit of design help? If you are in Massachusetts and need a second set of eyes on your design, my Ask an Architect design help-line can help. We meet on zoom for an hour to review your issues. Contact me for more information. This podcast is a member of the design network- www.designnetwork.org