Fresh Page Home Improvement Introduces New Kitchen Improvement Services

October 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Fresh Page Home Improvement, a company providing professional home improvement services has introduced new kitchen improvement services. The company has been offering many other home improvement services in Chicago such as roofing and storm damage.

According to the company’s president, Patrick Page, “In this industry, good help is hard to find and usually not cheap. We understand that a happy installer is a good installer. Would you like to have your roof replaced by an angry roofer who does not like their job? Or would you prefer your roof be replaced by a Highly Skilled Installer, happy to be working outside, singing and whistling the day away? We value our Installers, and therefore take care of them. Fresh Page Home Improvement consistently retains installers of the Highest Skill Level by paying them what they deserve, which is usually much more than the industry average. There are many reasons why this ends up saving us, and you the customer, money in the long run.”

“We have introduced kitchen home improvement services because we know how important this room is. Our services are all about improving the current status of your kitchen to a better and modern style that fits your preferences and creates space. We will work with you to create a new kitchen that will match with your style and give you functionality and space,” added Patrick Page during the introduction of the services.

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For more information about Fresh Page Home Improvement, contact the company here:

Fresh Page Home Improvement
Patrick Page
(815) 236-4505
Patrick@FreshPageHi.com
830 Roundabout, West Dundee, IL 60118

ReleaseID: 60031852

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