David Flannery joined the Team in January 2020 as a carpenter for bath2BATH. We continue to hire skilled and qualified people searching for a new job in the remodeling industry. As he’s been here over a year+ already, we want you to get to know him!
David is happily married and originally lived in Maryland. He is a very skilled carpenter and his creativity and skills are huge assets to our team. His superpower? Porcelain Panel Installation Wizard! The quote that inspires him, “You are judged by your work” is a driving force in his daily work.
Remodeling Industry Experience
David comes to us with over 6+ years of remodeling experience. Before working at bath2BATH, David worked as a whole house remodeler/flipper. He is a skilled and experienced tiler and finish carpenter whose best qualities include being reliable and his attention to detail. If you check out our Instagram page or his, you’ll see his tiling skills at work!
Since joining The Cleary Company/bath2BATH, he has earned the Residential Lead Removal certification from the US EPA as well as CEU training from Mapei Technical Institute for Gauged Porcelain Panels & other Tile installation systems. We love when our Team members challenge themselves to learn new skills!
David’s responsibilities include everything about performing the physical work of construction. David is involved in all aspects of the bathroom remodel from the beginning with demolition and all the way through to the final brush of paint on the walls. One of his biggest assets is installing the tile panels. His ability to problem solve and create perfect solutions is second to none!
Interesting Facts About David Flannery
- Outside of work, David is a professional artist.
- He loves to spend time at the Columbus Museum of Art and spend time in German Village enjoying coffee, books and the park with his wife.
- His hobbies include painting, playing guitar and learning the banjo.
- His favorite room in his house is his studio.
- Other favorites – food: mac and cheese, band: Avett Brothers, Sport: Hockey, Worst tool ever made: 5-way.
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