This year has been somewhat of a confusing time in my little reno world! (and only a small bit has to do with “the Donald”) I noticed it’s been a confidence roller coaster, economically speaking for myself and my customers.
As each project ends I get immense satisfaction and I am very gratified to be able to help my customers get the best product possible. And then it is on to the next project. At the top of my mind for each and every project is value. For my own sense of peace of mind I need to ensure that my customers get the best value for their money. Being a small show it is important to me on a personal level to make sure that I am doing all that I can do to help my customers get a fair trade – their finances for my work.
Which brings me to my next point. What is a fair trade for the completion of your project to the best of my abilities as a business owner, certified journeyman, artist and delivery person with over 25 years of experience. Of course there are small projects, big projects, all kinds of projects and I make sure that they stay within the scope of the budget that I and my customers determine together.
The value of the experience that I bring to the table is that I have an excellent track record for being upfront and honest and knowing how to budget for each customer’s particular project. I know sometimes that the amounts may seem large but that is what I am here for. To help my customers make sense of the numbers and to work within their budget to get the outcome that is the best possible result and value for money for them.