The LoneStar Team Will Make Your Remodel as Unique as Possible

The LoneStar Team & Your Kitchen & Bathroom Remodel

Knowing exactly how each team member contributes to your remodeling project makes the difference in the end result and client experience of your kitchen remodel or bathroom makeover. Here’s what you can expect from the LoneStar team:

  • Team that celebrates and utilizes individual strengths.
  • Strength in our years of experience.
  • Client and success oriented.
  • VALUE as an innovative and quality Design/Build firm.
  • A workplace of INTEGRITY and accountability, relying on an honest and responsible team, abiding by ethical practices.

Here’s how each person on the LoneStar team is making the results as unique as possible for each client:

Kathi Fleck

Co-Owner & Lead Designer

Kathi is certified in Universal Design (UDCP) and is a Certified Kitchen and Bathroom Remodel Professional (CKBR).

She enjoys teaching homeowners about the remodeling process. Her expertise has made national headlines.

She has a flare for design with a business background, coordinating the remodeling process for a turn-key approach for our clients.

I felt such confidence in Kathi Fleck from the very first appointment. I used her design services as well as the construction services to complete a sorely needed kitchen renovation. It was hard to be without a kitchen for an extended period of time, but they made sure that the inconvenience was as little and limited as possible. She and Don helped me get the kitchen I desired and it is very beautiful. They were very accommodating to my revisions or additions I made along the way. I enjoyed working with the whole team.

Cindy BennettClient

Donald Fleck

Co-Owner & Production Supervisor

Don is proud to have served as an officer in the Navy.

His years of logistics and operations experience has given him strong management skills, assisting in the production process.

His main priority is to make sure clients get exactly what you want out of their remodeling project.

He is a hands-on guy, and clients love him because he’s extremely approachable and courteous.

We are so pleased with the remodel of our kitchen/dining/living areas. Kathi and Megan guided us through the initial design process and Don, Thomas and Tom followed up with the build. The design was very thorough and the actual construction turned out awesome!! The result of the remodel left us with an amazing open concept area to enjoy with our family and friends.

Janis CogswellClient

Megan Doughney


Megan guides clients—every step of the way—through the Design/Build process.

She takes the time to listen to your needs and desires, and then provide specific recommendations on materials and products.

She ’ll help clients coordinate paint colors and tile choices, cabinets and appliances, plumbing and lighting—absolutely EVERYTHING.

It is absolutely beautiful! I really enjoyed and appreciated having a designer (Megan) to help me choose materials and colors.

Kathleen RichmondClient

CeCe Sunday

Project Coordinator

Just before the construction begins, we’ll hold a Pre-Construction Meeting the clients’ home with our Project Coordinator, CeCe.

CeCe is an integral member of a clints’ project.

She is responsible for directing and organizing the construction of the remodel.

Overall, communication between LoneStar and myself was extremely good and any issues were addressed promptly.

Noelle HarndenClient

Audrey Daniel

Office Assistant

If you call the office number, hers will be the first voice that greets you.

Audrey gathers your information (as well as project details) to pass along to our Lead Designer (who will reach out for an over the phone consultation).

Her communication skills, high-energy and customer service orientation make her an asset to our team – and your remodeling project.

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