You're not a renovator, you're an educator
January 14, 2012
by Robert Koci
We invited a group of renovators to lunch at Construct Canada to discuss the industry. The following is the first of a multipart series.
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Do you actually believe what these two guys are saying? … this is not what the reno advantage program is all about, …. that some contractors are looking at it as a buying group is another story
When you write, “reno advantage,” are you referring to Renovantage? I know something of its intent and if Todd and Mark are using it to help them educate their clients, I think it fits Renovantage’s intentions, certainly. But I’ll ask Mike Draper, who is one of Renovantage’s coaches, to respond.
Eddy and Robert, Educating the homeowner so that they can make an informed decision on which contractor is best for them is key to the Renovantage Program. Hiring a contractor that a homeowner can trust is one of the most important aspects in the decision to renovate. We bring that trust to the homeowner and the Certified Renovantage Contractors.