The Honey Do Service Comes To Hixson

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

The newest location of a The Honey Do Service is opening on May 21 and looking to help people with their "honey do list". The Honey Do Service is a full-service general contractor for all types of home improvement and repair, established in August 2002 with locations in Georgia, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

They offer a range of services including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, guttering, concrete, windows, roofing, siding, doors, paint, tile and more. T

In order to exhibit a level of transparency, The Honey Do Service provides up-front, fixed-cost pricing based on industry standards.  Free estimates are given by an estimator who visits every potential job site before preparing a quote.

Honey Do’s craftsmen are chosen only after going through a multi-step interview process that evaluates their skill, personality, job history and future goals. They’re encouraged to expand their skill set through company-provided training and purchasing assistance to acquire tools and supplies to expand and enhance their capabilities. Upon completion of their project, clients are encouraged to review quality and service and are provided with a one-year warranty on the work.

"The Honey Do Service’s process was designed for ease of access and accountability to the local community," said Jacquelyn Brown, manager of the new Honey Do Service in Hixson. "In an industry that has a high number of independent contractors and micro-businesses, The Honey Do Service offers uniformed professionals in company vehicles that show up on time, come prepared, and provide excellent craftsmanship in hopes of turning customers into happy, repeat clients." 

To learn more about The Honey Do Service visit honeydoservice.net or call 843-4663 to request a free estimate from the Chattanooga office.

 




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