Pro-Referral ( formerly Redbeacon) is owned by Home Depot. Basically they send me work in exchange for me purchasing tools and supplies at Home Depot instead of the other big-box hardware stores.
This is a link to my profile on Angie's List. In the spring of 2016, AL opened things up and one can become a member for no charge, and then be able to see the reviews. Below is a screen capture, review summary as of December, 2015.
Proof of insurance, certificate of insurance,
or being ADDITIONAL NAMED INSURED: ...
can be provided or arranged as needed.
My agency is;
Hausman Kunkel, Inc. out of Roselle, IL.
The carrier is Grange Mutual Casualty Co.
The coverage is $1,000,000.00
Giving Back: I support the
Niles Township Food Pantry
( a.k.a. Skokie Food Pantry)
I have had to move my business away from small jobs. However, over the last three years, I have done 33 small jobs for total donations of:
$3,470 to the NTFP.
Some of my clients have employers who offer matching donations to legitimate charities, and have utilized that benefit to contribute to the NTFP.
Ready To Assemble (RTA) Furniture and other home products (Storage sheds, swing sets, weight machines, rowing machines, cardio machines, etc) are our specialty.
Due to customer demand, we now offer hanging services; (stuff, not people); Pictures, Mirrors, TV's, Assorted Sculptures, Storage Racks, Bulletin Boards, etc. No charge for small hooks, or adding wire to new frames, or replacing wire on very old frames.
This Chevron thing is a link
to my profile at www.porch.com
They are affiliated with
LOWE'S Hardware stores.
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Would a thousand pictures be worth a crashed computer?
In any case, I have consolidated photographs onto my
YouTube channel Playlist.
There are a handful of short videos, most shorter than five minutes.
About our clientele:
Given the name of this website, one might assume the clients are; mechanically challenged, two left-thumbed fools
with severe tool allergies.
Far from it.
Our clients include; successful competent people with six and seven figure incomes, U. of C. students in Hyde Park,
Northwestern students in Evanston.
They all know the value of RTA furniture,
and the value of their own time.
Yes, they could assemble the furniture themselves,
and do a good job.
But time is valuable, so they pay me,
because they have more important things to do.