We are very excited to announce that our company has been selected for the Extreme Business Makeover offered by the Center for Innovation and Leadership at the WNEC Law School!! There will be several expert panelists in the fields of law, accounting, marketing, and finance who will critique the actual business plan and offer advice on operations, marketing, legal matters, profitability, and much more to help us take our business to the next level! We feel very fortunate to be offered this opportunity!
Our business is growing and we are thrilled to be adding a valuable person to our team of employees!
Andrew has been hired as a carpenter and will be helping Jason and our other employee Dave, with all of our general carpentry and handicap remodeling projects.
BNI provides a positive, supportive, and structured environment for the development and exchange of quality business referrals. It does so by helping you build personal relationships with dozens of other qualified business professionals.
If you would like to meet the group of business professionals that Jason works with on a regular basis and start developing relationships that can help grow your business, contact him for an invitation.
“Accidents happen all the time,” Jason Harris said. And sometimes, they cause life changes that echo far beyond the injury itself.
Specifically, many injuries require not only a period of rehabilitation care to return to function, but also changes to the home — from safety grab bars to wheelchair ramps — to ease the transition back to good health.
What is CAPS you ask? Well it’s not what you wear on your head, at least not what I am talking about here.
We are proud to be one of the very few carpentry remodeling companies in Western Massachusetts that has one or more Certified Aging in Place Specialists working within our company.
This certification involves three classes that go into great detail about the aging in place process and how we can accomodate our customers that would like to age in place. In order to stay certified, one must also attain C.E.U. or continuing education credits every two years.
To learn more about the Certified Aging In Place Specialist designation, head over to the National Association of Home Builders' website, where it explains the CAPS program.