Meet Jamie Fritz: A self-taught woodworker, Jamie has always liked to work with his hands. Finding his calling in a high school woodworking class, Jamie continued on to work in custom cabinet shops where he learned the intricacies of the field. After managing a shop for 10 years, Jamie decided it was time to start his own business. Fritz Cabinetry was founded in July of 2004 in Jamie's garage; since then the company has grown and Jamie now works with five employees who share his same dedication and passion.
What Jamie enjoys most is the challenge of his job and forming relationships with clients while knowing he is providing them with a quality product. Not one for the limelight of the office, Jamie prefers the hands-on work behind the scenes in the shop, creating with the simple philosophy of being passionate about what you do and how you do it.
Meet Chris Eiden: After graduating from Dunwoody with a degree in Architectural Drafting and Estimating, Chris began working in the architectural design field in 1987.
She came to Fritz Cabinetry with 20 years of experience as an architectural and interior designer, knowledgeable in both interior design and the architectural design of cabinetry. As a designer, Chris enjoys developing a client's vision into something real and solid. She prides herself on being an exceptional listener, and sees to it that each and every project reflects the client.
Chris is detail-oriented in design and in general work practices, keeping all of us at Fritz Cabinetry on task and organized.
Hank Bauer, lead installer
Greg Wagener, shop foreman