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DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Rapid City History

With a tradition of excellence in the remodeling industry, you'd expect us to rest on our laurels. But that wouldn't be us. At DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen, we never stop looking ahead. It's this tireless attitude that has made us who we are today. We pride ourselves on being one of the most trusted names in the kitchen, bathroom and interior remodeling industry today.

Welcome to DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Rapid City

I have owned a DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen franchise since 2008. In 2007, I began looking at franchises as a way to build equity in my remodeling company and after a long year of searching, I decided to associate myself with DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen. The number one reason for my decision was the Code of Values that DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen works and lives by.

I started my first construction company in 1976 as a sole proprietor specializing in interior finish work. By the end of the ‘70s, I had built the company to 10 employees and had expanded our offerings to include framing, roofing, siding and interior finish work.

I merged my company with a company that was building single family homes in the Black Hills area. We were doing all the labor for this home-building company so it seemed like a good fit. The economy was sliding into a recession at the time as well so part of the decision-making process was to survive the downturn.

The merged companies expanded into a large multi-family builder as well as single family construction. By the early 1990s, the company had grown to a point I felt the values I believed in were being compromised so I sold my interests to my partner at the time.

In 1994, I started a building division for a development company that had developed a golf course and townhomes in and along the golf course. Phase one was started by a different company and I took that phase over and then developed lots on the back nine of the golf course to continue into phase two.

By 2003, the development was to a point where I and the ownership decided to close the construction/building division, and I moved on.

Working for and with the development company was a great experience and for the first time in my building career, had the good fortune of working with people that shared the same values as I have.

I started a construction company after leaving the development company in 2003 and together with my youngest son built single family homes and remodeling for several years. In 2006, we built our last single family home and decided to focus on remodeling since there was tremendous competition in the single family market in the Black Hills area. In 2008, I joined DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen remodeling franchise company. I have no regrets for our decision to associate ourselves with the franchise. We look forward to many more years with DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen and network.

--David Asbridge

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