Kimberley shows you stylish design tips that will help your home office work for you!
We get such great questions from our members, and Natalie Chong recent asked “what should be included on a website intake form?” Let’s find out from Kimberley.
Lighting plays a key role in showcasing your reno. Too often, it’s overlooked or an afterthought, which can lead to delays, extra costs and even safety concerns for you and your family if not installed correctly. ESA’s Steve Smith and design expert Kimberley Seldon talk about how to ‘light it up’. Want more? Listen in […]
Having the right team is critical to your project’s success and the future well-being of your family. Did you know there are specific requirements for an electrician to have both a business licence and a trade qualification in Ontario? Learn more from ESA’s Steve Smith and design expert Kimberley Seldon.
A member writes: “I’ve implemented the 15 steps and did my first full presentation a week ago. The client liked what we presented however, felt that he was not given any “options’. He felt like he was “short changed” considering all the hours we spent and he did not get to see “what else” could […]
We receive so many great questions from our members everyday. In fact, Kimberley has answered over 5,000 questions on the course forum and that number continues to grow. Thank you to all of our members for sharing their experiences and difficulties so candidly with the BOD community. This question was posted to the forum recently, […]
A great question from one of our members posted on the forum. What do you do if the retainer you have just isn’t enough to cover you for the project? Listen in as Kimberley shares her answer.
Make a list of exactly what you want done to help determine your electrical needs. Complete plans early and review them with your Licensed Electrical Contractor. Changing plans in the middle of a project will cost extra! Learn more from ESA’s Steve Smith and design expert Kimberley Seldon.
A great question, that we get all the time, from one of our members on the forum. How do you get the client to give you a budget for their project?
Mistakes are inevitable. It’s how we manage these errors and missteps that matters most to clients. Here are some questions to consider. Do we look for a remedy that best serves the client? If the mistake is ours, can we accept responsibility and be honest about it? Can we honestly say that someone else’s mistake […]