Four “hundy” Blog posts milestone reached

by | Jul 19, 2015 | News | 0 comments

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Am I still an amateur? This writing thing has been a wonderful therapeutic adventure.

What started as an idea to let folks know what I was up to on a residential remodeling project has turned into a part of me that allows me to express myself and my inside reality of being a remodeler with passion.

Creative writing just seems to become me. Mrs Langel in my high school English class would faint if she knew what I was up to.

Explaining things that I figure out and things that make me proud are a great theme. Fun things I discover and current events, to great places to shop for tools. It just feels good sharing with Levco Nation.

To Blog or not to Blog

Levco Word Soup

Word soup

I find it odd that every web master and marketing guru suggests Blogging is a great thing for remodelers to do, yet they have NO Examples of anyone doing it.

Oh sure there is the occasional post about some ridiculous thing, my favorite was a remodeler sharing family vacation images. I stopped following their posts because I was embarrassed for them.

What I know is that what I have created is unique and precious. The sheer volume is impressive, but by far the quality and variety is the most amazing thing to me.

As I boldly go where few have dared, I am looking to inject some video and/or podcasts into the mix. I want to explore what those mediums have to offer as an enhancement to the written foundation I have created.

Your comments are welcome. To ask questions or get more information about remodeling, click here to email me directly, or call 208-947-7261

If you or someone you know is considering remodeling or just wants to speak to a trustworthy remodeling contractor please contact me, you’ll be glad you did.

Disclaimer: Some of these images came from the WEB. If they are yours, and you object to them being used, please claim them and I will gladly remove and replace them at once.

Disclaimer: Some of these images came from the WEB. If they are yours, and you object to them being used, please claim them and I will gladly remove and replace them at once.

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