Free Service Policy
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This"Free Service Policy" is the basis of practice for HGRBS. It entails offering and delivering to U.S. private home decision makers free advice, free consultation, and free support without financial obligation. It represents the ministerial value of our untraditional approach to assisting offering our private home heads the best possible information to enable them to make the best possible decisions in relation.
Advice given is relative to sharing very basic information concerning any questions, issues, and concerns you may have with respect to the decision-making policy about the people you’ll consider, select, hire, and/or fire for your home maintenance and improvement projects.
Example: You’re thinking about hiring someone to work on your property. Although you’ve seen this person around quite a bit, you’re still not certain about him/her.
So you inquire of a reputable home consultant you know as to if whether or not you should give the person your project, anyway. But the consultant advises that you first give him a contractor screening document to take with him to fill out for that purpose.
HGRBS provides that sort of free contractor vetting document. It's better known as the ... .... .....
We offer free downloads and the system which goes of it!
This takes things to another level of service. This is more enduring. Things are a bit more complex than just suggesting a few sources and resources to get the info you need to draw your own conclusions.
Example: Against all sense of reason, you advanced someone several thousand dollars towards replacing all your windows. He ripped out the old windows at the top (rear of home)) in order to “prep” the resulting openings for the retrofits and he promised to be back with tarp for covering. Only thing, once he scanned the money with his handheld scanner from your account to his, something came up. He was unable to make the trip back. You hoped it didn’t rain ….. but it did. So what do you do?Of course, it’s an automatic “Stop Payment.” Then what?
We discuss the inherited challenges after you’ve given the Consumer Fraud Department of your vicinity the heads up to the situation. It may or may not be a scandalous situation.
Of course, “consultation” and “support” are sort of hand in glove. However, there’s a subtle difference between the two: “consultation” is a lot less enduring.
Example: In the case of the person who didn’t make it back as he promised, what we don’t want to do is jump any conclusions since we really don’t know the reason for him not keeping his word. That’s where the consultation comes into play for us to share ideas about options for action and for you to decide which you think is/are best for you.
The support kicks in when I’m still there plugging away to assist you along with all the other assistance you’ll have by then from other sources.An interior design consultant assists you towards accomplishing a time-sensitive end then he/she is gone.
The support I offer isn’t so temporal about things. My associates and I will be with you from project to project and from challenge to challenge, indefinitely.
This wonderful abode is tucked privately away somewhere in the country.
Nope. Don't know who's the decision maker here. Yet, for sure, the people living here are all inclusive among the private home decision makers and relative residents we serve... The catch, of course, is that we don't have to be there physically since the County Sheriff, District Attorney, and the Attorney General of that particular location are. Oh! And, a proximal Consumer Protection/Affairs Department, as well! Allies!
They aren't as isolated as some may think.And, that's exactly the sort of message HGRBS sends of a daily basis!
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