It seems as though I am experiencing alot of calls from people who are misled in their beliefs of what make a great craftsman. I MYSELF did not go to a school or just one day decide to be
a carpenter.I am disgusted with the new idea that the cheapest bidder gets the job nowadays.These trades are good at what they do not due to their prices,but due to their experience.I hear somany complaints fvrom customers about the workmanship of the last crew.In my mind ,as they are speaking,I am thinking ,"yes,and the next question outta their mouth is going to be price".It's like they think they are going to trick me into doing it for next to nothing to prove I'm not one of those slack contractors.
I guess what I want to say to all you prospective clients is that I can build it perfect,I can build it right,up to standard,below standard,or completely wrong. You get what you pay for just like anything else.Please respect these trades and keep the standards up.I used to always say back in the framing days,these people are paying for perfection and thats what they are going to get. I rarely say that anymore.