Wood Refinishing by Sue Wheeler
About this pro
I care about the details. My name is in my business and I take pride in doing a great job for each customer. My best customer is the one that refers me to others. The only way to get those customers is to do the work right. 1) It is very gratifying to bring back the beauty of wood and have people appreciate the work. 2) I love my customers.
Years in business29
Times hired on Thumbtack13
Number of employees2
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Q & A
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?My suppliers often have seminars that I attend. Much of what I do is an art. I have learned, after all these years, what I can do and when faced with a challenge I usually figure it out.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?We bought a house in the Central West End. After doing a lot of the woodwork and some of my furniture I saw that I was doing better work than the refinishers I checked out. Working as a restaurant manager 3:00 pm to 3:00 am made it look very appealing. I started stuffing mailboxes and it grew from there.
- What types of customers have you worked with?We refinish furniture, kitchen cabinets, front doors, staircases, beamed ceilings, windows, doors, baseboards, wainscot and anything else that is wood, including sleds.