We Love What We Do We love this business! Not only do we love the work,
but we love the service side of the business as well, and
this is our HUGE competitive advantage. More often than not,
when you ask a contractor about what he/she likes and dislikes
about their work, they complain about marketing, cash-flow,
and customer service. This can be a recipe for disaster in
terms of your experience.
Because we love ALL aspects of the Colorado flooring business,
we can not only guarantee top quality work, but we will provide
you with a contracting experience above and beyond what most
people have come to expect.
We Do It Well
ProWorks holds certificates from training classes at Bona Kemi’s
Sand and Finish school.
We don't rotate though a list of subs
and go with the most available guy like many of our competitors.
We spend the time and energy it takes to find the best people
and we take excellent care of them. We accept only the jobs
we want, we charge a fair price, and we pay our Denver wood floor installers better
than anyone else.
We Stand Behind Our Work
We are not one until you agree that we are done. It is that
simple. In fact, we won't ask for a final payment until
we are certain that we have met every expectation initially
We Are Growing For A Reason
We have learned that the best way to grow is to do exceptional
work and deliver it with customer service beyond your wildest
dreams. More than mere words, these two philosophies are
deeply rooted in our company's core values. We are fulfilled
only when we achieve both, and we are driven like no other
company to realize our goals on each and every project.
Although we don’t advertise the lowest prices in
the industry, we will challenge any company with respect
to value. We are never so hungry that we’ll work for
free. If someone else is, you must ask yourself why.
We don’t carry inventory or operate a costly showroom.
We get great pricing on Denver wood floors and supplies from our local vendors.
We would never consider cutting corners with respect
to our labor.
We carry $2 million in liability insurance
Clearly you can see that for someone to offer a lower price,
they must either underbid their labor, use lower quality materials
or less of them, run their business illegally, or work for