A lot has happened in the 15 years that we have been in business!
When we went into business, our goal was simple…provide quality home renovation services to our community. As time has passed and we have grown as people, and as a family, our views have shifted about what we do and why we do it.
We still want to provide quality home renovations to our community, but it is now more than that. Our understanding of what a ‘Home’ is has changed. It is no longer just a building for us to renovate or repair. It’s the place where you come after a long day. Where you celebrate life’s beautiful victories and learn how to deal with its disappointments. It is where you celebrate holidays and birthdays with friends and family. It is where your pets feel comfortable. And, it is where you raise your children. We have grown from just building a business that will provide renovation services, to growing a business that helps bring to life your dream home (and still fix clogged sinks…).
Professionally, we have grown in our skills, and knowledge-base. We survived a recession and continue to thrive as a business. We are incredibly grateful for that and not a day goes by that we do not understand that we are here because of the support of our customers.
I run this business with the help of my wife and our children are our every day motivation to make this as successful as possible (aside from the mortgage payment). After some reflection, and evaluating where we are in life, both personally and professionally, we decided that we wanted our name to reflect who we are now. As a result, over the coming months, you will see us transitioning from Workhorse Construction to Francis Family Renovations, Inc.
While we will always be Workhorses at heart, we hope that this change in branding will better reflect who we are, what we do, and what we do it for.
We will be launching a new website with a new blog, and will be active on more social media platforms. Just give us some time on social media…there is a learning curve with Twitter.
We are excited about this transition and look forward to the next 15 years and genuinely hope that all of you will be a part of it.
With much thanks and gratitude,