If you’re remodeling your home, chances are that you’ve had to make several important decisions. Let one of these decisions include supporting small business–owners in the process of remodeling. The outcome will look beautiful, and you may also receive better customer service while boosting your community. Here are several ways to support small, family-owned businesses while remodeling the home.
Painting the interior walls of a home can be an extensive, messy process. This is why people often outsource for help with this daunting task. Hiring a professional painter not only frees up time for yourself but also guarantees a beautiful paint job. Consider sourcing your paint work from a local company near you. Supporting the community in which you live also supports individuals within that community.
Flooring is yet another remodeling venture that you can do through a small, family-owned business. Many times, new hardwood flooring goes from a mill to a distributor, then to a retailer, then to you. However, with a small, family-owned business, you can make your purchase and receive the product straight from the mill itself. A benefit of skipping in-between retailers and supporting a small business for your remodel instead is the higher level of communication and control you’ll receive. A local business will also be able to discuss what you’re looking for in hardwood flooring more in depth with you than a commercial brand could.
Windows are another common aspect of home remodeling and renovations. If possible, pursue a local in the area to help you choose the right windows and perfect the installation. Bigger-name brands may take longer to come out for the job. The bigger a business, the harder it can be to contact workers as well. If you want to ensure strong communication and quicker turnaround, consider small, family-owned businesses near you.
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