I don’t know what your grocery list looks like, but today mine read…
- gallon of milk
- birthday present for 8 year old niece
- car battery for 16 year old son’s 2002 Chevy Impala
Just like millions of Americans, I headed to Wal-Mart to complete my list. Yes, they have great prices, but I needed the convenience of a ‘one stop shop’. I don’t have time to go to a grocery store, a pharmacy, a toy store, and a mechanic. In today’s economy, time is money and both are in short supply.
This ‘one stop shop’ philosophy even holds true for the consumer looking to remodel a home or build new. Instead of toothpaste and batteries, they are shopping for cabinets, flooring, countertops, and even window treatments. While they may not find ‘roll back’ prices, they will likely receive discounts when purchasing multiple products. Having all product options in one location makes coordinating colors, textures, and styles very simple.
Working with one contractor makes it easier to schedule the installation of products so your project is completed on time and on budget. ‘One stop shops’ also have one contact for the many questions and changes that are sure to arise. Find comfort knowing that the whole team is working as one to bring your dream to completion.
So whether you’re shopping for mouthwash and eggs or granite and tile, try ‘one stop shopping’ to save time, money, and stress!