I had a conversation with one of my trades about his experiences lately with his homeowners that he deals with, about what they will, or are willing to, “invest” in the renovation/updating of their home. I say “invest” because it should be an appreciable expenditure, and I think that “spend” is a little more reactionary […]
In this day of contract pricing, tight time lines, money smart consumers and tough competition, making an honest living and still being able to give a client a quality job that can be held up to the best of warranties is hard to accomplish. I can see the premise of “Close is good enough” becoming an industry standard, and this is not my working philosophy.
I want to give my clients a price for their project that wouldn’t drain the cheque book, but allows me enough time and finances to give them a finished job that is done right, on time, and within that budget. Most of all, give them a reason to smile at the end of their experience.
Simply put, I want to treat the customer and their property with “Tender Loving Care”.
In August of 1995, The Little Contractor was born. One man, a philosophy and a desire to help people.
Now, years later, your home renovations and repairs are handled with the utmost care and consideration – for you and your home.
Have a look around your home. What has been bothering you because of its state of disrepair or inadequacy? If you can find anything, call me. Let me help you feel good about your home again.
The Little Contractor
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It’s true. Probably one of the oddest cleaners that I’ve heard of in quite some time is a topping on my french fries – KETCHUP!. Ketchup, catsup, that wonderful all meal dressing – whatever you call it, it’s good for your hair and dunkin’ the fries. I caught this article on Reader’s Digest ( www.rd.com/home/cleaning-with-ketchup […]