After setbacks and delays and all the usual headaches that go with renovating a kitchen with the added problem of killer mold, our kitchen renovation is supposed to start tomorrow. Supposed to being the key word. I haven't heard from the contractor yet. In preparation for the huge undertaking, I have had many sleepless nights of watching all the renovation reality shows and in every show, it all hinders on everyone being done in time for THE GRANITE GUY. We have had a really hard time finding a GRANITE GUY. I have to use all caps because in any situation when people speak of THE GRANITE GUY, it's also in all caps.
I have gotten bids from many GRANITE GUYS and they've all been nice but they've all had some big problem that is preventing us from hiring them. Everyone is similar in price, but some just won't do demo (huh?), or some won't pick up the granite (huh?), or some won't return calls (huh?). It's annoying. Considering nobody has a job these days, it's shocking to me that when there is a job to be had, people are not actually wanting to do it. Ok. The last GRANITE GUY does demo, gets the granite, and returns calls AND texts. And when he addressed his bid (in a timely manner) to LAURA WOOD, I knew he was the GRANITE GUY for me, Linda Woods. When the curse extends to home reno projects, I don't ignore the sign. I have secured THE GRANITE GUY.
We'll now spend the next few weeks eating microwaveable foods on paper plates, which is pretty much exactly how I live now.
[note: I must not forget to take "before" photos of the kitchen!]
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