“We would rather explain the quality than apologize for its absence.”

What John may have said to potential clients:

“You don’t need new windows.”

“It costs what it costs.”

“I’m just a dumb farm boy, what do I know?’

“You don’t need an elevator.”

“I charge more if you plan on helping.”

“Just leave a stack of 100 dollar bills on the table and when it’s gone, we’re gone.”

“You will probably want to pay me more after you’ve seen our work.”

“Ar’ ya daft!!!”

Contractor Wisdom

The following Accurate Construction Ethics Profile will give you, as a prospective client, the opportunity to make an informed decision on your contractor of choice. These words of wisdom may be heard on your very own job site

“It’s a poor tradesman that blames his tools.”

“Measure twice, cut once.”

“When something doesn’t work, study it.”

“You can’t lead from behind.”

“If you don’t have the time to do it right when will you have the time to do it over?”

“We would rather explain the quality than apologize for its absence.”

“Beer Clouds!”

“If you got time to lean you got time to clean.”

“If you are LAUGHING you are not working.”

“If you’ve got nothing to do, don’t do it here.”


What is a Common Question from a potential Client?

Client: What advice would you give a do-it-yourselfer?

John: Don’t do it yourself.

Note: Contractor Wisdom is a compilation of life experience

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