Common Sense Flooring, Inc.
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Introduction: Preparation. Most jobs fail because of poor preparation of the subfloor (concrete slab), and most installers do a poor job at this. We invested in the proper equipment to shotblast the concrete to ensure a proper bond and warranty. Being productive, interacting with the homeowners, and having fun at the same time. I get to be creative, and I truly enjoy seeing a beautiful wood floor after we're done. I also do "the little things" that I know will make our clients happy.
19 years in business
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The fear most people have is usually not based on the agreed price but the actual "unexpected add-ons" price. We do everything we can to stay on schedule and on budget. Our business strategy is not to come in low and double your labor cost.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Easy- We set up a phone conversation, exchange emails, schedule to see the scope of the work, narrow down the sample choices, estimate, agree on a price, order material, ship materials (deliver on-site), and schedule the installation.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes. I enjoy taking on-line college courses to learn (and keep up) with today's business environment. Such topics include business social media and e-commerce solutions. I also regularly attend regular workshops related to wood flooring and specific project adhesive/sealant applications.