Formerly an equity trader in Manhattan, Andy left the corporate world in 2012 to join his father, Jon, and create TFHR. With an avid appreciation for historical restoration, extensive construction knowledge and a mechanical engineering background, Andy believes the structural and system details behind the walls should be just as well executed as the finishes you see. He's of the 'do it right the first time' school of thought and has established a team of talented, professional craftsmen to execute our projects in a precise and timely manner.
A successful small business-owner throughout his entire career, Jon began his renovation work one small job at a time. As word spread, he partnered with Andy to take on larger projects, including a massive seaside addition in LBI and a gut renovation in Hoboken. Together, the father and son team have over 50 years of combined renovation experience, working on everything from apartment kitchens to full brownstone re-builds. Today, Jon utilizes his accounting background to oversee the day-to-day operations of the company, including all permitting matters. It doesn't hurt that his good-natured demeanor makes him fast friends in any building department he visits.
With a BS in Building and Construction Technology from UMass Amherst, Alex brings an enthusiastic spirit and a detail-oriented know-how to each job. As site manager he works closely with our in-house team and subcontractors to ensure a safe, clean, and efficient project from start to finish. Between his extensive construction background and an eye for design, Alex is an integral part of the process, overseeing every step of the job to keep our clients informed and our sites running smoothly. Always ready to problem-solve with a creative solution, he never sets foot on a site without his tape measure.
Previously an editor for numerous magazines and home brands, Ana's background is in interior styling and home organization. As our in-house designer, she meets one-on-one with clients to fully understand their daily routines, storage needs and decor preferences. Armed with those details, she works with architects to create a comprehensive layout plan, then guides clients as they choose everything from paint colors to fixtures and furnishings. Ana loves the challenge of overhauling a dated floor-plan and always has a full paint deck stashed in her bag.
A carpenter for over 35 years in both Hoboken and Morristown, NJ, Manny has had a hand in re-building and restoring many of the most beautiful buildings around town. A true team-player, he enjoys collaborating on the entire process, from demo all the way through the final finishing details. He particularly appreciates a full-gut project that allows our carpenters to start from scratch and build a solid, level structure from the ground up—especially if it requires a table saw.
Danny began his career with a mechanical focus, specializing in Fiberoptics with AT&T. He transitioned to carpentry over 17 years ago and completed a rigorous apprenticeship and training program to become an OSHA-certified Journeyman. An expert framer and skilled finish carpenter, Danny enjoys every part of the job whether he's putting up studs or trimming out a window. Though he likes them all, the simple hammer is his go-to tool.
A meticulous master painter with over 13 years experience in both residential and commercial spaces, Roberto feels strongly that the more precise your prep work is, the better the final product. To that end, he approaches spackling and plastering with a meditative patience, sanding and readying every surface so it's perfectly primed to ensure a flawless final coat. His favorite tool is a spackle-knife, and the best part of his job is when a happy homeowner sees the transformed space for the first time.
Louis began his career almost 30 years ago, working alongside his brother in their Hoboken-based painting business scraping and painting radiators. From the moment he first picked up a brush he was immediately drawn to the artistic focus it demands, and has since painted his way through countless brownstones and condos around town. Though he briefly tried commercial painting, it's the exacting, detailed concentration of residential projects (most notably intricate, complicated woodwork) that he loves the most. His favorite paint color is light pink and stepping back to see a finished room is the most satisfying part of his job.