Sandy Griffis is the Executive Director of Yavapai County Contractors Association. For more information visit: https://ycca.org
From inception, 64 years ago, Yavapai County Contractors Association has cultivated a culture of hard-working, honest, effervescent and vital industry professionals who in my heart and soul are way above average who have sourced the best and highest team of professionals and staff to manage their projects and most importantly to communicate openly and honestly with their clients and our community.
These trying times are going to tempt many homeowners to flush everything down the toilet, both literally and metaphorically, but that’s not a good reason to draw disinfecting wipes or anything that says “flushable” into the madness.
As many of you know, our homes are turning into smart homes or maybe we are turning into smart people.
There is plenty going on in the housing and construction industry, that is for sure.
The weather is improving and the painting calls are coming in by the gazillions. Here are a few from this week.
“We want to make improvements to our 20-year-old home. And you have said in the past that not all home-improvement projects are created equal. What will give us the most ‘bang for our buck,’ as they say, when we go to sell?”
A few years ago, I read an article about porcelain pavers.
Aging — something that happens to all of us — is creeping into our homes.
The “rash” of phone calls continues from homeowners that have purchased materials/products primarily online and are calling for referrals to contractors to perform installation of these materials and/or products.