The Shutter Guy St. Pete – Our StoryOctober 1, 2019
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SEASIDE CHAT WITH “THE SHUTTER GUY”
Thanks for joining me on this beautiful day. It’s a new day of opportunity and maybe today, I can make life better for at least 1 more person. Wouldn’t it be great if we remembered that every day? Just a smile, easy as that.
I heard a good tip the other day. Something Napoleon Hill once wrote. It went something like this, “think before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success of failure in the mind of another.” Umm something to think about.
Wanted to share that it’s been a great month. Have met some wonderful people out here in St Pete and beyond. One of our jobs recently was for a really nice lady that hired us for a bay window Plantation shutter. Now bay windows, they are not flat. They are curved which created a challenge for me. I knew I was up for it and pulled up with my shutters, rather her shutters, and my trusty circular saw. Of course I had my partner with me for this one. I measured and cut, pulled out my level, added a little glue here and there, got the molding just right on the window sill and set it in place. Set the frames in place at just the perfect angles and it was ready. The final and most transformative touch is when the shutters fill out the frames. All of a sudden, the look of the past is gone and it is a brand new clean look that just “pops”. Our client was really pleased at the transformation that took place. She actually marveled at it.
I must admit, I love seeing the changes to the windows with blinds and shades, but my very favorite is the Plantation shutters. There’s just something about them.
Well, I have to get going. It’s been nice chatting with you. Hope you’ve enjoyed it too. Looking forward to next month. Would love to hear how you like my 1st seaside chat. Please feel free to email me back. If by chance seaside chats aren’t your cup of tea, I’ll be sorry to see you go, but I’m sure I’ll be seeing you around sometime. All the best to you.