What if owning a business was done not for riches, but to carry out a passion for doing something?
In 1992, Danny took over his grandfather’s business. At that time it was mainly doing maintenance of houses for a few property managers. Danny had started working with his grandfather while he was in high school as a way to earn some spending money. He mowed lawns, ran errands, helped doing some painting and cleaning up. He found that he liked doing it. It gave him a sense of accomplishment, not only in seeing his work, but in the fact that he had made someone’s home better.
His other grandfather was a woodworking hobbyist. He also had taught Danny’s father, Bob, woodworking and both of them have made furniture for themselves and others. It seems like working with their hands and creating quality craftsmanship is a family trait. Danny’s father has always been active in volunteer activities, including many years of regular service, building homes with Habitat for Humanity. You might say that Danny’s fate was sealed. Whether it was inherited or learned from constant exposure, Danny is committed to giving his skills to people, to make their house into their home.
Along with over 20 years experience, Danny studied and received his Inspector’s license so that he would know the code requirements for residences and he has received and maintains his Real Estate license to be able to guide home owners about relative values of home improvements when making their decisions. Danny has also guided investors and secured and upgraded their properties.