Feb 26, 2008 6:50 pm
Below is a testimonial from a forum member who I have just completed my first email consultation with.
Note the bold section, I would just like to say to everyone, while I help out here with lots of questions, and glade to do so, for most people who ask, you are all doing me a favour as well.
When I am quiet work wise, which seems to be a lot lately, (bad time for building, and people not wanting to spend too much money,) it is very easy to slip out of design mode….. which is very bad as I find it really hard to get back into when I have long periods of time off.
By answering questions here for people it keeps me in touch and up to date with what’s going on, not sure how I would have gotten on if not for the Homeone forum, possibly finished my next novel …. but could very well have thrown it all in by now from frustration.
Thanks everyone for keeping my head together!
I can’t explain why I hesitated at the thought of paying less than $300 on a colour consultant for my new $300,000 home but I did. Yet I couldn’t get the money out of my pockets quick enough to pay more than that just to get metallic paint on my new car! Go figure.
Anyway, thanks to a moment of temporary sanity, I decided to bite the bullet and engage a colour consultant.
Thankfully the next decision of whom to engage was much easier. Having been an avid reader of the homeone forum for the past six months I knew whom I wanted; Michelle. Anyone who has spent time on this forum would know that Michelle has an extremely generous spirit, having helped hundreds, if not thousands of people with free advice.
Needless to say I have not regretted my decision. Michelle (quite tactfully) steered my wife and I away from our original selections to a set of colours much better suited to our home and, I must say, personalities. That was she able to do this in via the internet and without delay is a true testament to her professionalism.
Paul and Monica Brennan
Internal and External Building and Colour Consultant
Online - Worldwide
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