Michael Smith - Contractor – Build & Remodel

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If I’m not answering the phone, I’m most likely out riding on the Comet or one of the mountain trails. Don’t worry, the bikes always find their way home. And for the days when I’m feeling something else, there’s always photography.

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  • Phone: 404-425-4554
  • Team: Cumberland
  • Introduced by Scott Panyi
  • Joined on 04/19/2006

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Flexibility is relative. Relative to how far along I am in a given project. At the start of the project everything is flexible – products, finishes, colors, materials. Once the specifications are written and agreed to, then the project starts. The decisions start to become reality. Flexibility is reduced although changes are still possible – and there is a cost for the flexibility. Once a product is ordered – it’s still flexible – but it costs more with restocking fees, reverse logistics, and other associated expenses. After something is installed, it gets even more expensive – think of tile. It’s installed – but of course the costs of flexibility are exponentially more expensive. The further along in the project, the more expensive it is to be flexible.

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My customers want the conveniences they have lived without while they raised their family. They want the kitchen that’s a joy to prepare holiday meals in and a master bathroom that’s a relaxing space where they can wind down.

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