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It's in the blood. Growing up, Larry Barber worked in his father's sheet metal shop. That was the onset of Larry's work ethic.
So, in 1997 he moved to Atlanta, Georgia to learn the construction trade. He worked as an apprentice under a General Contractor and for the following three years he learned all the ins and outs of home remodeling and deck building.
In 2000, Larry decided to break out on his own. He applied and took the General Contractor's test and passed. Now he could work as either a contractor or a sub-contractor. This served him well for the next five years.
In 2005, a friend in West Palm Beach asked him to come and help him with a project. He did, but in 2006, his love of the build made him want to take the General Contractor's exam in Florida.
After passing the test the market Crash left him once again looking for employment.
He then became a construction manager for a trim company. He traveled to Memphis, then Nashville and then Tulsa. .