Does Dave Marrs Have a Twin Brother?
Dave Marrs is an American home renovator and television star known for working alongside his wife Jenny to transform old houses. They operate a berry farm together and have appeared on popular shows like Rock the Block and Fixer to Fabulous. Dave himself is a professional carpenter/contractor who has renovated over 300 houses. Known for taking on diverse projects with an eye for detail.
While Matt Marrs, Dave from Fixer to Fabulous’s elder brother, does not appear on the show, it is worth noting that he still supports his efforts by appearing in family photos with their kids on social media and providing his services as a general contractor.
Matt previously taught high school in Kiowa Unified School District before transitioning into real estate brokerage. Matt married Sylvie Charlott Nathan and Luke in 2002 and the pair have lived happily ever after in Bentonville. Sylvie, Charlott Nathan and Luke now make up the five children in their family unit.
Jenny and Dave have created an ideal life that allows them to spend as much time with their children, from taking them to baseball games or fairs to creating an environment which fosters their health and wellbeing.
Marrs family’s collection of animals is among the most impressive aspects of their household. With sheep, cows, pigs, mini donkeys and chickens all inhabiting a barnyard along with various types of llamas and bunnies as well.
Family’s abundance of animal friends have proven invaluable to their daily life and chores, offering companionship and joy in spades. Even better yet, their pets have even helped in renovating their home!
The Marrs are well-recognized for their impressive achievements and have garnered several awards and honors for their hard work. As well as renovating homes, restoring furniture and creating event venues, running their own berry farm and event venue and planning on expanding with restaurants and spas soon enough – making their fans extremely loyal! It’s clear they are ambitious team, passionate about what they do – we hope we see more of them soon enough!