N-Hance Revolutionary Wood Renewal, the former subsidiary and current partner of The Home Depot for wood refinishing/renewal of kitchen cabinets and wood floors, has announced the opening of its newest location in Chattanooga. Backed by Harris Research, Inc., N-Hance is the only wood refinishing company with a presence in 1,400 Home Depots across the nation. N-Hance can restore the beauty of wood floors and cabinets while protecting the wood long before damage occurs, making sanding a thing of the past, officials said.
N-Hance of Greater Chattanooga will be operated by 28-year-old Brandon Snodgrass and John Cook. Growing up with a passion for do-it-yourself jobs, the duo can finally live out their dreams by providing services to home owners and business owners in Chattanooga using the latest technology in home remodeling. Mr. Snodgrass previously worked as a corporate recruiter and Mr. Cook as an accountant for a pharmacy benefits manager. Last year, the young entrepreneurs decided to open their own business that would allow them to offer services to community members without sitting in an office every day.
“One advantage that really sets us apart from our competitors is that we can, in many cases, begin a wood renewal process when the customer goes to work in the morning and have it completed by the time they get home,” said Mr. Cook. “Homeowners are always amazed at the quality of the results accomplished in such a short amount of time.”
Local residents can call 602-8014 to schedule a free in-home estimate with an N-Hance technician. Cabinet refinishing is typically 1/3 to 1/5 of the cost of re-facing or replacing cabinets. Homeowners can look forward to home remodeling projects with no dust or mess and no noxious fumes because N-Hance uses a proprietary process and product line that requires no sanding and a quick dry time. N-Hance’s new UV light technology, “Light Speed” instantly dries and cures refinished wood surfaces, which is great for commercial settings where businesses can’t afford to close, officials said. The finish can be put on at night and the business will be ready to open the next morning. It will also assist homeowners who are seeking a quick return on investment when preparing their home for sale.
“In addition to the cost, time and convenience perks of N-Hance’s services, there is also a ‘green’ aspect,” said Mr. Snodgrass. “Homeowners who choose to renew and preserve their wood surfaces with N-Hance instead of refacing or replacing them can feel good knowing that they are choosing a path of conservation – saving trees and the landfill.”
N-Hance is the only wood finishing service with a physical presence in Home Depots across the nation. There are 200 franchisees serving 1,400 of the existing 1,900 Home Depot locations nationwide, so the public demand is actually greater than the number of current franchises serving them.
For more information, visit http://www.nhance.com/chattanooga.