Woodbridge High Teacher a Contestant on 'All American Handyman'
Paul Steiner is a contestant on season three of the show.
Woodbridge resident Paul Steiner is one of 10 contestants on the third season of All American Handyman.
He and his nine competitors will battle it out for a $10,000 Sears shopping spree, a development deal from HGTV and the privilege of being known as this year's All American Handyman.
Steiner, 31, is a high school technology education teacher at Woodbridge Senior High School. Steiner has a master's degree from Virginia Tech.
"While growing up, he worked summers at his uncle’s lumberyard in Minnesota and developed a passion for carpentry," his All American Handyman bio reads. "Paul says he loves spending time in his garage, which he converted into a cabinet workshop. He lives with his wife and son in Woodbridge, VA, just five minutes from where he grew up."
The All American Handyman episodes were filmed earlier this year, but will be released in September. Steiner runs a woodworking blog, where he talks about his craft and his All American Handyman experiences.