Woodworking, home building, & deep family roots — this is our story.

Company owner Jeremy Eisenhauer’s great grandfather was a Master Carpenter in Nova Scotia. Both of Jeremy’s brothers are master carpenters too, on the BC Coast. In fact, the trade has been the lifeblood of the Eisenhauer family for four generations now.

Jeremy Eisenhauer of Eisenhauer Woodworks wearing a dark blue shirt and straw sunhat lifting a piece of lumber at a construction site in Kimberley BC

A husband, father of four and musician along with his wife Sheree, Jeremy and his family left Vancouver’s bustle (and his first woodworking shop, on Commercial Drive) in 2013, for the sprawling, empty shores of Kootenay Lake to start a new chapter of  life and trade, in the mountain village of Kaslo.

Along with project and site managers in Kaslo, and in Eisenhauer’s new Kimberley operation, Jeremy employs a highly skilled and communicative crew of between eight and twelve, year round. 

He was trained at the Inside Passage Fine Woodworking school. Informed and inspired by the school’s reverence of the Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi, Eisenhauer has instilled that same aesthetic worldview, one that shows appreciation for natural objects, the forces of nature and beauty, in all of the firm’s team, and their work.