Handyman and Renovator Business Thrives Despite Recession
Fairfield County Renovators has been in business for over 30 years. They serve their customers with handyman and remodeling services, priding themselves on a reputation of high quality and dedication.
- Worcester, MA-CT (1888PressRelease) December 31, 2010 - After the recession hit in 2008, many smaller independent businesses were unable to remain open. This was a blow to the market both in terms of increased unemployment numbers and reduced consumer choice. Fortunately, not all small businesses closed down. The strongest and most agile companies have survived and even thrived, as evidenced by David Szablak of Fairfield County Renovators, LLC., an independent contracting and handyman company.
"The recession hasn't been comfortable for us, but we're still going strong," said Szablak. "Our commitment to our customers is the backbone of our business, and it's served us well."
Szablak believes it is their commitment to quality even during a time of global financial crisis which has enabled his business to continue to thrive.
"We don't compromise our standards," said Szablak. "Our customers are our most important asset, and we take pride in the work we do for them."
Szablak has set up a company website at fairfieldcountyrenovators.com. There, anyone interested can see pictures of his company's previous projects, learn about the services he offers, or contact the company for an appointment.
"The website is a great place to find out more about us," said Szablak, "and you can see just from the photos the high quality of our work."
David Szablak of Fairfield County Renovators, LLC. owns a handyman and renovating service in Westport, Conn. He has been in business for over 30 years, coming through the recession strong due to his commitment to customer satisfaction and quality workmanship. To learn more, visit his website at fairfieldcountyrenovators.com or contact him directly at davefcr ( @ ) msn dot com.