It takes skill & experience to make good things happen...(scroll far & wide..)

 Johnny Griggs designed & built these "period" doors in our shop in Placerville.  They replicate the doors  of the original Skinner winery.

 Ralph Teevan-Pleasant Valley Power & ltg.  The best electrician with the first grapes harvested at the new winery.


Elly DaVino, owner of E&L Tile & Marble setting tile in a commercial bathroom remodel.

Garry Franklin & Son-Franklin Masonry. He did all the stone work inside & out at Skinner Vineyards & Winery. A man of unbelievable skill and patience.

 We teamed up Glenn, owner of Mt. Stair, Placerville, with Fair Oaks Iron to construct the spiral stairs for the Skinner Tasting Room. It was challenging as the lumber was milled over 100 yrs ago. Jeff & I flew to Salt Lake City & drove up to Blackfoot Idaho to handpick the reclaimed lumber from the Trestlewood Company.

Duggars Welding-the Kings of structural & architectural steel design & Build.  Jim & Chris.

Bill Campbell-owner of Superior Plumbing with Hippy Mike in the Mike Thoma bathroom remodel.

 Bobby Madison-owner of Hangtown Painting at 311 Main P-ville.

 Meet Dennis Parrish, owner of Parrish Hot-mop. He waterproofs shower pans & other custom work.

Dave Carver, concrete, carpentry & climbing are his forte'.

Hippy Mike & Dave.

Picture right: Rich Manwaring-owner of Short Load Mobile Mix. We were ski racing coaches at Ponderosa High School way back in the day ('80's & '90's) we have real jobs!?

"Grandpa John", my Father in law installing the slate in the outside shower at the Shelter Cove house.  He is truly the Jack of all trades.

Tom, owner of Diamond Crane, doing his crane thing!..