“How Many Others Do ‘Exactly’ What We Do?”

In addition to the many challenges that businesses have in terms of marketing, sales, customer relations, money management, and so many other concerns, most businesses also have competition of some type. In the aging in place services field, we are no different. There are other contractors, consultants, therapists, designers, and specialists. Maybe other companies offer… Read more »

“Getting To The Top Of The List & Making A Sale”

Consumers have many choices when it comes to selecting a contractor to help them with a general remodeling project or a more specific aging in place renovation or home modification. Think of how many people you know who share the marketplace with you and offer services that a consumer might consider in addition to yours…. Read more »

“When So-Called Conveniences Turn Out Not To Be So Helpful”

Modern technology and innovation have transformed our cars, office space, and homefronts into an environment that many of us might not have foreseen twenty years ago. Cellphones didn’t exist, a couple of megabytes of storage was considered to be a lot – no one was even talking about gigabytes, Wi-Fi and the internet weren’t around,… Read more »

“Yet Another Reason People Choose To Age-In-Place”

People choose to age-in-place – to remain living in their present home for the foreseeable future – for a variety of reasons. It’s possible that they truly like their home and feel that nothing else in the market would really appeal to them as much as their current home.  It’s also possible that they could… Read more »

“Before Ever Getting Started On A Room Renovation …”

Before we ever walk into a potential client’s home, there are things we should know that are going to affect – if not dictate – how we approach the overall renovation project. Then, once we are physically onsite, we need to confirm our earlier assumptions and ideas and adjust them as necessary. The actual renovations… Read more »