|Respecting my customer's home, family and time.||| Print ||
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|Thursday, 05 November 2009 12:32|
I see it as a privilege to have been invited into 100's of customers homes over the years. I also see it as a responsibility. I have met so many interesting folks. Here is a blog entry I once wrote on the surprising joy of meeting people on the road:
Bullets, Cigars and Nudist Colonies.Sure life on the road, in homes, on car lots and at retail furniture store is boring, except when it's not. Like the time I cleaned a leather set in a cabin on a nudist colony, an eye opening experience to be sure. Like the time I saw the bullet holes through the front door as I walked up to it , went in the house and fixed the bullet holes that ended up in the leather. Like the time I fixed the cigar ash burn in the Rolls of certain Baltimore Ravens running back. Or most importantly like the many times I've met someone to fix their leather and ended up sharing their lives, struggles, pain and prayers.
That's just a humorous aside. But I do take the opportunity to come into your home and fix your leather furniture as a serious responsibility. Anytime you invite a stranger into your home to repair your furniture, stove, deck or whatever, I believe that person should respect in a number of ways:
These are certainly my rules. I also believe that any technician should abide by them. Make sure that you hire a technician who will respect your home, your family and your time.
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