Majors Home Improvement Newsletter Feb 2014

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In This Issue
Monthly Trivia Challenge
It's All about the Testimonial
Ask Mike
Green Tip of the Month
Referrals Program
Coupon Offer
Majors Can Do It!
Majors Home Improvement
6433 Old Hwy 90
Milton, FL 32570
Toll-Free 877.983.2899



We Welcome Our New Friends into the Majors Home Improvement Family 

We believe in treating all of our customers like family, just ask any of our longtime customers.  
We are excited to welcome each of our first time Majors Home Improvement customers. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you and hope to see you again very soon.


Here are just a few of the new members of the family:

Frank & Rosemarie Connolly
Shalimar, FL
Leandra Skinner
Milton, FL
John & Linda Fanella
Pensacola, FL 

Ron & Amy Lindahl   
Navarre, FL 

Thank you and welcome to everyone who recently joined our Majors Home Improvement family... we couldn't do it without YOU!

Major's Trivia Challenge


Q:  In this 2011 funny commercial, crows get their window revenge with the help of this household product name?


D. Dawn



The first correct answer emailed in will be this month's winner of 2 Movie passes!  

Congrats to last month's trivia winner  ~Christine R.!

Last Issue's Answer

Q: This type of wood is generally considered to be recycled timber from first generation trees and has tight growth rings.

Answer:  Heartpine

Would You Like to Have the Nicest Home 
in the Neighborhood?

Your family deserves to live in a beautiful home.  Let us help you upgrade your home to the home of your dreams.  Here are just a few ways we can help:

It's All About the Testimonial

"I need windows and doors replaced. Who should I ask?"


TESTIMONIALS Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a testimonial as "a written or spoken statement that praises someone's work, skill, or character."  When considering a home improvement project, it's most important to research what other customers say about a contractor.  To find a quality home contractor, begin by reading unbiased responses and get true feedback on how services are performed in a client's home. Customer testimonials can be found by viewing comments from 
GuildQuality, the nation's leader in third-party customer satisfaction surveying for remodelers, homebuilders, and home services contractors.
A PICTURE'S WORTH A 1000 WORDS Another great way to research a remodeler is to see pictures of the work performed. You can get a feel for the quality and the variety of design styles created for a particular project. Pictures also can provide you with ideas as you begin to think about your new project.
SEE THE ACTION Customer video testimonials are a strong source for finding qualified home improvement contractors.  Customers willing to "tell their installation story" will honestly tell you about the little details, such as how the consultant helped them with their project and how the installers treated their home during the working phase.  See our customer videos on our site.
ASK QUESTIONS Now you're picked a contractor and you have scheduled a consultation. Below are some great questions to ask... 
  • What will I experience doing this home improvement project with your company?
  • Do you offer a 100% Material & Labor Guarantee?
  • Do you offer a honest value at a fair price?  Can you provide comparisons of quality and value?
  • How long have you been performing home improvement projects in my local area?
  • Can you tell me about the experience of your install crew?
Majors Home Improvement is a Guild Quality Member. See our customer comments and videos here.  For a Red Carpet customer experience, contact us now for a free consultation.
Comment from Devon C.
in Navarre:  
"When looking for a company to add an additional screen room to our house, Majors Home Improvement came highly recommended. From the time we first met with the estimator, to the time the build crew completed the work, we have been incredibly happy and feel Majors Home Improvement's work has increased the value of our home."

Question:  What's the best way to clean shower doors? 
~ J.Weiss

A:  Thank you for your question.  As a rule of thumb, it's best to not let mold or mildew be ignored for too long.  More frequent cleanings will actually make each cleaning easier to do.  For doors, use glass cleaner or if there are some serious water spots or soap scum, heat some undiluted white vinegar to almost boiling.  (Be careful with the hot solution).  Then, use a non-scratch scrubbing sponge.  For the door tracks, just pour a small amount of vinegar onto the track and let it sit for a few minutes.  Then scrub with a brush and towel-dry.


Again, do a light cleaning with a gentle cleaner rotating every other week to make future clean ups go more smoothly.


Got a Question?  Ask Mike!  Simply click here, "Ask Mike."

Please be sure to include your name and phone number in case additional information is required to answer your question.
Green Tip of the Month
Think Green Beyond St. Patrick's Day      

patricks-green-beer.jpgWe have all seen that leafy green libation come out this time of year.  Use this green holiday as a friendly reminder to be kind to our earth by recycling cans, bottles, and packaging.  When a can is recycled, it is turned into a new can and back on store shelves in just 60 days. For glass, it is amazingly renewable because it can be easily recycled over and over again.  Cardboard is the biggest contributor to collection sites at 11.9% of all waste, but is also the most recovered material for recycling with an 81.3% recovery rate.    Source:    


Cameron Hunter is celebrating 4 years strong as our Senior Consultant for Majors. We asked him why he enjoys working for Majors... "I love the fact that I work with a trusted, professional, locally owned family business."

Many of our customers "find" us as a result of word of mouth. This simple, yet gracious, act by our customers has allowed us to be successful. For this generosity, we offer our gratitude and a token of our appreciation through our Referral Reward Program.  Click here to email a referral to us :)
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