We usually get in on the Cyber Monday shopping, but Black Friday is kind of messed up this year, so we wanted to start our sale early. Even though it’s kind of hard to sell a construction project in an e-mail. I think I have it figured out.
Since we’re still only a few years past our 30th anniversary, I’m going to offer a 3% discount on anything for 3 weeks.
Here’s the details…
- Sale lasts for 3 weeks ONLY!
- This offer expires on Tuesday, December 15 at 4pm.
- You get 3% off anything from a huge project to cleaner for your windows.
- You have to sign the contract and give a deposit during the sale period.
- Projects will be scheduled as we can fit them in. Based on your job I can give you a date once you book.
- Print out this e-mail or show it to us on your phone to get the discount.
I hope you take advantage of this. I mean, it’s kind of weird for builders to run Cyber Monday sales, so be sure to jump in on it if you’ve been thinking about some work at your home. Depending on your project, this discount could be worth thousands.
Enjoy your holiday!
PS: We had a few questions about the sale, and I wanted to post those as well…
Q: What if I don’t have HOA approval yet? That’s fine. I won’t actually do any work until you have approval. If they say no, I’ll refund your deposit.
Q: Can I also add in other discounts, like veterans or a cash discount? For this sale, I’ll approve adding in another 1% for vets or all cash/check deals. That would be a total of 4% off your project.
Q: Can I wait until Dec 16 to get the sale price? Absolutely not. You gotta jump in before then. If you even ask for the sale price after that, I’ll add more to the job. Just kidding! (But I’ll def think about it)
Q: What do I need to do to book a job? All we need is a deposit and a signed contract so we agree on all the specs, and I can order materials.
Q: Can you do up a Christmas card for me to put under the tree to give my wife her new sunroom as a present? Not only yes, but definitely yes. These are really fun to work on. I’ll not only do up a card, but I’ll wrap it up as a boxed present.