If a home improvement ad, contract, or vehicle, says “Licensed and Bonded,” the individual may not be licensed and has no bond. Bonding companies typically do not issue performance bonds for residential jobs.
I started my business almost 12 years ago and from the beginning said I was going to make a difference. I have hired talented individuals that care about the end product and our customers. I offer them a full benefit package and competitive pay giving them some of the same advantages in life as the clients we serve. However, the disadvantage to me is that my product and service can cost more than my competitors. The clients that value this philosophy benefit in the end with what we call “The Wall To Wall Experience”.
This video sums up the challenges in our industry. The career opportunity has been minimized and as a result so has the quality of the service. We live in a society where we don’t value quality as we once did. We can buy things inexpensively and if it breaks just throw it out and buy another one probably for less. Things have become disposable and so has the way of home improvements. Your home is your biggest asset. My employees are my strongest asset. That is why we put those together to benefit our clients.
Please encourage individuals to explore the trades. There are good businesses out there offering real career opportunities in carpentry, plumbing, electric, Hvac and more!
“Wall To Wall Construction is a quality focused firm, dedicated to exceeding client expectations. A home can be a foundation for family and every day life, and when we enhance that experience it is truly rewarding.”
Greg Wall, President
“Creating a yearly budget for home improvement and maintenance helps prevent overspending, and encourages you to put aside money for major replacements — such as new roofing or a kitchen appliance — that come up every few years.
Protect your home finances by knowing how much you’ll probably spend each year. Data from the U.S. Census Bureau says that average annual maintenance and home improvement expenditures are about $3,300 per household.”
A 1⁄8-in. crack doesn’t seem like much to worry about, but a 1⁄8-in. crack that runs the length of your house amounts to a square hole 8 in. on a side—a big-enough hole to toss a cat through. Because it is a crack, you can seal it with caulk, but not all holes in the building envelope are cracks that can be sealed with a tube of caulk. Some of them really are big enough to toss a cat through, and they need to be sealed with sheet goods such as drywall, rigid foam, or plywood.
Some common gaps and holes are listed in the Energy Star thermal-bypass checklist. Among the most common holes found in poorly sealed houses are holes near soffits, chases, and bathtubs.
Please follow the link to view the full article… http://www.finehomebuilding.com/how-to/departments/energy-smart-details/how-to-seal-4-hidden-air-leaks-in-your-house.aspx?nterms=61678
Wall To Wall Construction volunteers 3 vehicles for the Annual Catonsville Middle School mulch drive! Thanks to Mr. Thorne and all the volunteers for another successful fundraising event!
Wall To Wall Construction, LLC Earns Coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award
This award reflects businesses’ consistently high level of customer service
Wall To Wall Construction, LLC has been awarded the prestigious 2011 Angie’s List Super Service Award, an honor bestowed annually on approximately 5 percent of all the businesses rated on the nation’s leading provider of consumer reviews on local service companies.
“We are very proud of this designation and want to thank all of our satisfied customers that have supported us this year” Gregory Wall, President
“Only a fraction of the businesses rated on Angie’s List can claim the sterling customer service record of being a Super Service Award winner because we set a high bar,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “The fact that Wall To Wall Construction, LLC can claim Super Service Award status speaks volumes about its dedication to consumers
Angie’s List Super Service Award winners have met strict eligibility requirements including earning a minimum number of reports, an exemplary rating from their customers and abiding by Angie’s List operational guidelines.
Service business ratings are updated daily on Angie’s List, but members can find the 2011 Super Service Award logo next to business names in search results on www.AngiesList.com
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