For years we have played the “what’s the best way to dispose of jobsite waste?” game. The only real option has always been to bring in an on-site dumpster. It is the perfect solution for large jobs and makes cleanup during and after a project very easy. But for smaller jobs, they just don’t make much sense.
Recently we did an interview with Builder and Developer Magazine and answered several questions on the remodeling industry. One of the questions we were asked was what are the current trends we are seeing in design for kitchens. The only answer we could give was that the latest trend is to “buck the trends”. More and more homeowners are planning to stay longer in their current homes and want to personalize their space.
Over the past few months our company has begun offering home repair and maintenance services through our new Handyman Division. We can take care of those “honey do” lists that you’ve been trying to make time for and save you money in the process. In celebration of the 4th of July we are kicking off our “Freedom From Home Repairs” special. Now through the end of July you’ll get 15% off any of our Handyman services just by mentioning this blog post!
With my job I focus each and every day on customer service. I am responsible for ensuring that our clients are informed, all of their questions are answered and that we are performing to their satisfaction. In any given day I am sure that I say the words “Thank You” dozens of times. I’ve found that it’s more nature and nurture than anything else. I was taught from a young age to be polite and use my “please” and “thank you” – it shows good manners and professionalism.