PLB CEO Roger Sirany Interview (Part 2)

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Roger Sirany Shares Some More Info About PLB and How He Does Business


What are some of the differences in the remodel/construction field from when you first started to today?

It’s become less all hands on.  Back in the day, everyone wore a lot of hats.  Not only did you run the job site, you pounded nails, you finalized plans.  Nowadays, things have become a lot more compartmentalized.  You have specific people for specific tasks.

What makes your company different from the rest?

It comes down to a few things.  First is quality.  We always do a quality job and if the homeowner is unhappy, we will always come back and fix it until it’s perfect.  The second thing is building relationships.  I enjoy building relationships with clients.  The repeat business we get from clients is what has really helped us navigate through the highs and lows of the remodeling business.  I have clients that I have literally remodeled their entire house over 30 years!  Lastly, you have to know how to run a business.  You need to know the remodeling side, but also the business side. 

What are some of your favorite type of projects to do?

I like additions and I like kitchens.  Kitchen additions are what make the most impact on someone’s home.  This is because that’s where we congregate, that’s where the family meets, to come and eat meals and enjoy each other’s company.  That’s what kitchens do and that’s what we design for.  That’s why they are my favorite.  Every kitchen is a little different.  Everyone has different ways of cooking and different ways of entertaining and that’s what makes it rewarding for me, to be a part of making that space the best it can be.

What advice or tips do you have for homeowners who are thinking of doing a remodel or an addition?

There are tons of tips I can give you and there are much more on our website, PLBonline.com.  Some of my top tips are to do your research, always get at least 3 bids on a project, and don’t be afraid to ask questions of your remodeler and your contractors, because it’s your house and you are the one that will be living in it.

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