Working with Professionals in Victoria, BC 

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As we celebrate our 40th year of home renovation in Victoria, we thought we’d share one of the secrets to our longevity and successcarefully choosing the right professionals to work with.  

As businesses develop and grow, they often get to a point where they have too much work and not enough people, oan influx of projects outside of their core strengths. These companies then have to decide between hiring more staff or subcontracting other crews to finish the job. In a profit-driven world, it can be tempting to choose the cheapest labour, tack on a premium, and then hope the contractors deliver the quality the company is known for. Unfortunately, this rarely works well. Cheap labour is unreliable and usually involves shortcuts in training or materials, and often both.  

At MAC, we hire people based on their talent and professionalism, as well as their focus on customer satisfaction. Whether it’s a new person joining our administrative team or a new crew providing the construction services we need to complete a renovation, we choose the best so we can continue to deliver the best to our clients throughout Greater Victoria. At first glance, it might look like it’s more expensive, but we’ve found that the right people doing the right job means it gets done right the first time, saving our clients time, money, and frustration throughout the project.  

Follow the MAC Renovations Facebook page to see who we’ve recognized through our #TeamworkTuesday posts – where we share a little love for the talented local businesses we have the privilege of working with. 

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