When my father founded Case Design/Remodeling in 1961, he knew his home improvement company wouldn’t be the best drywall finisher in town, the best framer in town, or the best plumber in town. That wasn’t his goal.
His goal was to build a team that respected each other – and our clients – to ensure the best combination of remodeling service and craftsmanship in town. What makes Case unique is our ecosystem. Our ability to bring a team with diverse talents and perspectives together to focus on a goal. A goal of mutual respect and quality work that allows us to turn dreams into reality.
Michael Pollan’s book “The Botany of Desire” offers natures’ lesson on the importance of a diverse team working collectively. After being introduced in Ireland in 1588, the potato became a dietary staple and came to be farmed as a monoculture without the benefit of other crops. The lack of crop diversity proved fatal in 1846 when a virus killed the potato crops and over 1,000,000 people.
Our team of project developers, designers, project managers, craftsmen, and estimators each bring a unique perspective and talent to a remodeling project. Our focus on respect and quality work binds us all to ensure we offer our clients the best service and quality of work possible. There are times it would be easier to be a team of one. But there is no way to be a monoculture and to ensure the best combination of remodeling service and craftsmanship in town.