Jeff Jentzsch was raised in Rupert, Idaho. He discovered at an early age, a love for construction. His first endeavor being a dog house at the age of 8. Jeff has a love for architecture as well. One of his favorite artists being Frank Lloyd Wright.

Jeff also has a great appreciation for art of any kind. His traveling has brought inspiration from simple and complex shapes he’s seen that have inspired some of his aspirations in construction, as well as pieces Jeff’s made himself.

Some of Jeff’s “art” is in the Mini-Cassia and Minidoka area. He has made a very unique gazebo out of a grain bin. He’s also remodeled a restaurant. On the outside is a beautiful pergola and entry way made from reclaimed lumber. On the inside, an addition and remodeled bathrooms were added. Jeff also constructed a “palapa”, a thatched roof open sided patio. All materials were reclaimed or handmade from Jeff’s “stash”.

Jeff attended school in Rupert. He also went to school in Rexburg, Id , Moscow, Id. and attended architectural design in California. The best education has been life itself. Life is what we make of it. It is always a journey. It is also never boring.