Former Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson marketer builds handyman businessSteve Boriss a former Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson marketer joined House Doctors a few years ago and is now building his own professional handyman and home improvements business offering St. Louis home repairs as a House Doctors franchisee.
Steve who had his own marketing business at one time chose House Doctors because he wanted to open his own business in the St. Louis area and felt a franchise would be the way to go. He says that he must have looked at close to a thousand different concepts before choosing House Doctors. One of his hobbies was working around the house on home repairs and improvements but he realized that not everyone had the skills, know how, tools or time to do their own handyman and remodeling work. He says that when he looked at House Doctors he immediately thought that this concept would be a great fit for the St. Louis area.
Steve feels that the home improvement industry has so much opportunity to offer and he is right as statistics show that the average home owner in America is reported to have twenty two items on their to do list. Steve loves that the House Doctors brand is growing across the country with a new focus on cities like Kansas and Chicago and Steve feels that the growth is in part due to the introduction of the professional handyman model to the market.
Steve says that House Doctors was the right fit for him because of the level of service, quality and reliability that we strive to offer home owners. The House Doctors brand stands for trust, reliability and timeliness in a somewhat disorganized industry. This is the key difference between House Doctors and many of our competitors and a major reason for our growth. House Doctors is booming and major cities like Kansas and Chicago are a huge opportunity for us.