Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Kitchen Design, Bathroom Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling, Remodeling, Structural Changes, Room Additions, Basement Finishes, Complete Custom Showers, Sunroom Addition
Bexley, Blacklick, Columbus, Dublin, Gahanna, Galena, Grandview Heights, Lewis Center, Marble Cliff, New Albany, Powell, Reynoldsburg, Riverlea, Upper Arlington, Westerville, Worthington
Mark Kresge, Certified Kitchen Designer, Certified Remodeler, Certified Remodeling Project Manager2011 Local Contractor of the Year: Interior Remodel Under $100,000, Bathroom $30,000 - $60,000, Kitchen $40,000 - $80,000 2006 National Contractor of the Year Award
At the time of my appointment with you and your husband Luke on October 12th I was not aware of the CDC‘s recommendation of mask over face shield. During the early weeks of the pandemic the use the face shields was recommended, and I used a face shield to protect my eyes, nose and mouth while allowing potential clients to see my face. Based on new guidelines, I am now wearing a mask and a face shield. We maintain that it’s each person’s responsibility to ensure safety during this time and so encourage clients and potential clients to clean high touch surfaces after we’ve been in the home.
During our meeting I recall I sought to draw you both into the conversation especially in regard to the design request of removing a wall between the only primary bathroom and what would be the master bedroom. As a master certified remodeler through NARI, the code of ethics is important to me. The first ethic states I should be promoting only those products and services which are functionally and economically sound. I think my concern of having an open space between the only full bathroom for the home and the master bedroom needed discussed with feedback from all parties. My practice is to seek feedback from the quieter individual regardless of gender.
In response to your observation about dogs, I am concerned about dogs that are acting in what appears to be aggressive manner, knowing that my employees and trusted subcontractors will be in and out of the home for many weeks. We have had dog bites and difficult issues in the past with clients’ dogs. While at your home, the dogs appeared to me to be aggressively jumping onto a back door which was visibly moving while they jumped on it. Naturally, this was a concern that I sought to discuss.
I appreciate your concerns and wish you the best on your bathroom project.