What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I receive the details and sometimes even texted photos. I then give an estimate over the phone. We set a convenient time. And then, our team of Enhancers arrive on-time, do excellent work, and leave our work area clean.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Ten years of experience enhancing homes with interior paint, tile, backsplashes, plumbing fixture replacement, electrical fixture replacement, and an assortment of honey-do lists.

What types of customers have you worked with?

Our areas of specialty are: • Preparing homes for top dollar sales offers • Making your newly purchased home your own • Improving, repairing, and caring for your home • Maintaining commercial and investment properties

Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?

The customer was selling a home and buying a new one. I patched the nail holes from the pictures, painted the green bedrooms, patched the hole in the drywall caused by the door knob, secured loose trim work, and removed debris from the backyard. Then when the customer was into the new home, I hung pictures, repaired a loose floor board, painted the bedrooms, repaired a leaky faucet, and replaced burned-out light bulbs in the 20' high entryway. I like being the one-stop-shop for the customer. The customer didn't need to call several different providers. Instead, I was able to spruce up the exit home and make the new home their own in about 7 days over a 45 day period.

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

I recommend that you look for someone that you can trust and has an eye for details. It is your home after all.

What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

I always recommend to family and friends to know the level of quality that you desire. There are always uninsured, low-cost providers. However, you can't always get in touch with them after the work is completed. Some jobs don't need high reliability or trust. But, if you are looking to build a relationship with a service provider and want quality work, find an established business that you can trust.