After being a production Carpenter in the Las Vegas area for 10 years, Michael Marohnic received a B license, in 1988, from the California Contractor’s State License Board and started a sole proprietor business under the name of California Framers.
California Framers business activities focused on Super-Structure building; specializing in concrete and framing of upper end custom homes, room additions and remodeling projects.
Michael’s primary responsibilities included business management, project estimating, scheduling, material take-off’s, material and sub-contractor coordination and consulting with building departments, building officials, architects and engineers throughout all aspects of project construction, coordination and completion. In 1990 California Framers successfully developed custom single-family spec homes in the Victorville area from the ground up.
In 1991, California Framers merged with a local vinyl window manufacturer in the San Diego area as an independent building contractor. Basic responsibilities included managing field production and installation for the factory.
In 1995, California Framers received a C17 license from the California Contractor’s State License Board and changed its name to Custom Windows
and Remodeling based out of Orange County, California.
After incorporating the business entity to Maroh Enterprises, Inc. in 1999, we moved back to Sunny San Diego and changed our DBA to California Doors
With a high level of marketing and sales skills, construction management and building expertise, Michael expanded his company to the LONE STAR STATE. It is right here in TEXAS where we have developed an outstanding construction service based company under the name of TEXAS HOME CONTRACTOR.
Texas Home Contractor is a family owned business and specializes in all aspects of commercial and residential building just like California Doors and Windows.
Texas Home Contractor offers services
for your Electrical, Plumbing, Air Conditioning and Heating, Insulation, Appliances and Home Insurance Claim needs.