You can follow Jeff as he creates his ideal interior. He and his daughter have moved into neighboring condominiums. He wants his new condo to reflect his taste and style, so he hires a painting company to help transform the interior. Jeff wants his daughter to use the same one depending on how well they do. Keep reading to see if the transformation is worth it.
Jeff is an unsatisfied new condominium owner.
It’s not that he hates the condominium or anything, it just doesn’t have his decorative taste yet. To him, the blank white walls of the condo look like empty spaces waiting to be filled. Once they are painted and this place looks like home to him, he’ll be happy.
But until then, it’ll do. As long as he’s near his daughter then he doesn’t care where he lives. Speaking of his daughter…
Jeff worms his phone out of his pocket and calls her.
“Hi Dad!” answers her happy voice. “How you liking your new place? Are you loving it as much as I am right now because this is really nice! One part that needs changing, though, is the walls because this plain white just is not working for me.”
“Me neither,” Jeff agrees, “but yes, this is great. Have you thought about who’s going to paint your walls?”
“I guess I am,” she sighs, “because it will help me keep the cost down. I already spent a fortune on this condo and spending more does not sound like the right move.”
“Hmmm,” Jeff pauses, “Well, it’s your new house. You’ll be living here for a few years at least, right? It should be professionally painted. It’ll last longer and look better than if you or I do it.”
“Yeah, I guess you are right,” she says unhappily, “it will definitely look nicer.”
“Don’t worry honey,” Jeff says in a comforting voice, “I know one of the best house painters around. Done work for me in the past. Loved every job he did. He gives a fair price too.”
“Ok, I will look them up and see what they are all about. Let me know what he says he will paint your condo for please!” his daughter says.
“Ok, bye honey, love you.” “Love you too, Dad.” They hang up and Jeff makes the call to Tribble Painting.