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Brad Jacobs
Owner/General Manager

Brad Jacobs

Since growing up in northern Virginia, Brad has always had a passion for building, fixing, and improving things.  Summer jobs in new home construction and at a stair manufacturing company helped to pave the way for attending the College of William & Mary, where he met his best friend and future wife, Lila.  After going on to receive a PhD in chemistry, Brad pursued a successful career as a technical leader for R&D in Fortune 500 companies, developing products for industrial adhesives and coatings markets.

Brad and Lila were blessed with two wonderful daughters, Maya and Marina.  Between driving his girls to soccer games, music and dance lessons, Brad...

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Our Process It's our job, but we never forget it's your home.

Our clients tell us the best place to start is in our design center. At our first design center meeting, a DreamMaker designer will listen carefully and discuss your needs so your remodeling dreams are incorporated into your new space. We look forward to you sharing photos of your existing space and encourage you to bring any sketches or inspiration that you have gathered with you. We look forward to getting started!

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