Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Millwork & More Combats Building Slump with a Greater Selection

Garland, TX – October 21, 2010 – Millwork & More President Keith Nelson is responding to the national building slump. Nelson said, “In the beginning, the housing market was strong and there were enough projects to satisfy all the window and door dealers in Dallas. When the market fell apart in 2008, the jobs per dealer became less and less.” The building slump took a toll and a number of companies responded by downsizing or closing their doors. Nelson has been in the industry for 35 years and decided to respond by expanding his product lines to better serve the marketplace.

Americans love to choose. They love the opportunity to make decisions based on as many choices and options as possible. Millwork & More specializes in the higher end products and products that are harder to find or products that other dealers don't want to deal with. “Our customer service goes well beyond that of normally good customer service.” They take time to find exactly what the customer wants. A customer can even walk into their showroom with a drawing of a door they want and Millwork & More will either find something similar or have the door custom made to the customer’s specifications for design, size, wood and hardware type.

Builders and remodelers will find the service has become more flexible to help them deal with the building slump as well. Millwork & More is one of the few companies of its kind to change their common practices and systems to accommodate each and every builder or remodeler. They are one of the few people left in the business having an honest handshake worth more than any contract muddled by lawyer terminology. This along with their increased product lines are certainly helping them become favorites to the building and remodeling industry.

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