Anyone who has tried to get a small job done, schedule anything for their home, or even just get a quote knows it can be almost impossible. Homeowners want the expert advice and team to get things done at their fingertips. They don’t have the time to filter through lists, educate themselves on the right way to do things, or wait for people to call them back. They just want to know it is being done right, at a fair price and that there is actual accountability behind the work done for them.
Three years ago, Gabri (along with her dog Owen) decided it was time to plant some roots and buy a home. This was her first home purchase, so she did not really know where to start, how it all works, who to ask for what, and just what was involved with becoming a homeowner. This is where Housequarters came in.
In the last two weeks alone, we have been helping customers who have experienced the force of water, and not just in a single form, but in all three.
In many ways associations like condo trusts, or homeowner associations (HOAs) make it easier to get collective efficiency for joint owners of a property, and help ensure its proper maintenance and protection for all. However for many associations, particularly self-managed ones, it can be challenging to effectively distribute the workload of running such an association. This is where the services of a proper management company come in. Not all property and condo management firms are alike, and have different strengths and weaknesses with some being more ideally suited for specific applications. On whole there are a few things we recommend looking out for when it comes to a manager for your condo, or homeowner association (HOA).
The trick with patching a hardwood floor and making it look like it wasn’t patched! How did we do this smarter? The trick…harvest from somewhere else if you can!
Recently, one of our customers decided to go with a mass production cabinet for their kitchen. They are good quality cabinets, solid finish and features, and a great value for the price. Yet, they don’t always come with everything. In this case, we were missing the hardware to support a farmer sink, but came up with a great way to support this potentially heavy structure without taking up a lot of room.