We've had an abnormal spring with late freezes and flooding in various parts of the country. Down here in Houston, it's way odd to have a freeze, but one in late February? Here in my house, we sat for four days without heat or power. Then the pipes burst, and we had to carry water from the neighbors to flush toilets. A nightmare.
This traumatic event caused many of us to renovate, replenish, and fix up a mess. When driving the neighborhood, we saw old sheetrock and soaked, moldy carpet at many curbs.
Finding someone to help in a hurry was impossible. Those broken pipes made a major mess, and even months later, people are in line waiting for helpers. New construction and design wannabes are jumping into the fray to help, but finding a professional who knows the industry can be a daunting experience.
Consider: budget, style, experience, personality, and fees.
Blessings to all who need their home and lives restored! Now here's a bit about me.
Many of the experiences in the book came from my days as I worked with a builder and clients. In the first chapter, Laney is alone in a house when an unwanted vagrant enters. She is saved by an angel.
I experienced a similar incident. I didn't see an angel, but I know one had to be there. Since I'm hard to manage, the angel probably had several around to help with the situation!