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Behind the scenes at Levco
We are remodeling like mad making homes work better for families.
There is an enormous appetite for remodeling in Boise at the moment. This fills me with joy.
We just invested in some amazing technology and are reinventing how we use our Design Process.
Books I am reading now:
Unfuck yourself Gary John Bishop
Thinking fast and slow Daniel Kahneman
“Architecture is inhabited sculpture”. -Constantin Brancusi, sculptor (19 Feb 1876-1957)
“Surround yourself with people you love and have fun. The rest is gravy”. Paul Tillotson (1965 -2016)
“I love the smell of sawdust in the morning”. Me, renaissance man (8-28-58) – Still going strong!
“Quality construction does not cost- it pays” as seen on a bumper sticker
“Lighthouses don’t go running all over an island looking for boats to save; they just stand there shining.” Anne Lamott
“Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.” Albert Einstein
There are so many steps to accomplish before we demolish anything. To the unseasoned contractor it is very easy to start things off incorrectly that will have a ripple affect down the line. In our process, hazard testing and line location have already happened...
There is a story about a remodeling contractor, who once said, “You can tell me what you think your remodeling project will cost, and I will laugh, or I can tell you what it will really cost, and you can cry.” The Agony of...