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No, but I know a man or woman who can!

A few years ago, I remember an advertising campaign which went along the lines of a consumer asking someone if they can install floors, or carpet, fix a leak or their car etc. The answer was always the same, "No, but I know a man who can."

Last week some clients settled on a home along the Main Line in Bryn Mawr, and at settlement I reminded them if they needed any contractors, give me a call as I have a list of local contractors who cover most clients needs, be it electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, flooring, windows, landscapers or contractors etc.

Just as during the buying process I am able to suggest contacts for mortgages, inspections and title insurance, I can recommend contractors as needed. It is always up to the client to do their due diligence, check pricing and make the choice for themselves. I rarely give just one name as I have a large network of contacts.

Well this client took me at my word, and has called a couple of times for names of carpet installers, painters, and a plumber to install the new water heater which they want to do before the one in the house fails as per their home inspectors suggestion. I love helping people, and connecting a contractor with a client helps two people, the homeowner and the contractor.

So remember, I may be a Realtor, and not know how to landscape or install a water heater but I know a man or woman who can! Give me a call if you need help along the Main Line or if you know a really good contractor.

If you are buying or selling on or around Tredyffrin Easttown or along the Main Line we can help you,  contact us or connect

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Comment balloon 1 commentNick Vandekar, 610-203-4543 • October 16 2013 01:09PM


Our agent has a big rolodex and shares it with us any time we need it.  Love that you do the same, it's so helpful!

Posted by Kerrie La Guardia, Let it Rain! (ActiveRain, Community Manager) over 5 years ago

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