Do you ever collaborate with anyone else on a home improvement project?
Yes, I have developed a number of connections throughout a variety of trades tied to home improvement over the years, and can call in professionals specializing in plumbing, electrical work and interior design to consult and work on projects of any size. *we can name specific people or leave it vague, whichever you prefer*
Where would you recommend getting ideas for specific ways to renovate our home?
Personally, I like to browse Houzz.com for remodel and renovation ideas because it has a comprehensive collection of galleries that cover a variety of styles for every room in your house. If you’re uncertain about how to make an abstract vision of your next project a little more concrete before meeting with me, I’d recommend taking a look at some of their very practical and elegant concepts.
What makes you better than your cheaper competitors?
While many homeowners want to hire the least expensive contractor available, they often don’t realize the risks involved. For example, not everyone who advertises themselves as a contractor is licensed. Often in construction, what you pay for is what you get; they may be able to charge less because they are using inferior resources like untrained labor or substandard materials in order to keep their costs low. No matter how you look at it, the best way to be sure your project is done right is to hire someone both licensed and experienced who has a reputation for quality work, even if at a slightly higher price.
Where can I find out more about the Dynamic Way?
I have several websites I maintain that go into greater detail about the Dynamic Way. However, if you would like to see first-hand how this philosophy affects my life and my work, please contact me to discuss your upcoming home renovations.