A Few Words
Getting work done on your home is no easy task. You're letting strangers on your property, trusting them with your home, and allowing them near your children, pets, and possessions. It's understandable why most homeowners have their guard up when hiring a contractor-- usually because of bad past experiences. But we're here to flip the story.
Hi, I'm Greg Bellmyer. My team and I are here to change how you feel about contractors.
Our number one goal is to make sure we provide a trustworthy experience that makes you feel taken care of, heard and understood-- all while giving you a beautiful deck that's going to last for decades.
Founded in 2018, Next Gen has quickly become the provider of choice in Park City, Heber Valley, Kamas Valley, Summit County and Wasatch County, UT for deck work, including building, replacing, and restoring decks.
Early on, Greg recognized his passion in life was to help real people with real problems. Providing a functional space that brings families a sense of well-being is Greg's greatest ambition.
Growing up, Greg worked side-by-side with his uncles who were plumbers and electricians. This was an intelligent move by plotting parents, as being an underpaid worker was cheaper than daycare. Greg continued to work in the trades through college, as the maintenance manager for his grandfather's motel in Florida.
After college, Greg enjoyed a 10-year stint in the culinary arts, as a professional chef in Deer Valley. Wanting a change of pace, Greg moved into maintenance at Deer Valley and then to the engineering department at the Chateaux. Greg started doing handyman projects on the side, and enjoyed working with families and businesses so much, he earned his contractor's license and started his own company.
Greg's super-power is helping people who are out of their element. He is on a crusade to make deck building honest, professional and painless.
Greg and his team support local businesses and believe in building more than just decks. They believe in building family memories, friendships and communities on the backs of decks.