Lakeshore Home Gallery specializes in all custom woodwork, renovation, and design. We have served a wide range of clients in the Lake Travis and Austin areas. We are dedicated to making your dream home a reality.
our services include:
- Custom cabinetry design using award-winning software
- Cabinet building and staining
- Complete demolition & clean up
- Removal & haul away of existing cabinetry, appliances, flooring, et al
- New walls, sheetrock, doors
- Cabinetry installation
- Custom woodwork & furniture pieces
- Semi-custom design and build
- Appliance & tile installation
- Lighting, flooring, countertop, backsplash, glass contracting
meet the founder
Robert “Rob” Estrada is the founder of Lakeshore Home Gallery. He has more than 25 years experience as a designer and custom craftsman. He first started his business in his hometown of Chicago then ventured with his family to Texas in 2007 to settle in the Texas Hill Country. Rob is truly a devoted father to his four children. He would tell you himself that that is definitely his greatest accomplishment. When Rob was asked why he started Lakeshore Home Gallery, he said “I love creating things in my head and making them a reality; building something with my hands is very satisfying.” One of Rob’s favorite passed times is coaching his son’s football teams. Rob is a huge football fan, his favorite teams are Lake Travis, especially when his son played for them and received MVP. But the team that has his whole heart is the legendary Chicago Bears. Rob has a true love for cooking and it is said by many that he is an excellent cook. Rob is a member of the Mad Men, a non-profit organization in the Lakeway community that helps build or renovate projects around the homes of veterans, widows, elderly, all people in need. The Mad Men non-profit stays very under the radar, which shows that these Men are actually doing it out of the kindness of their hearts. With Rob’s heart of gold and his true passion for his craftsmanship, choosing Lakeshore Home Gallery for your remodel or new build, would be no mistake.