We had the good fortune of connecting with Nicolas and Andres Gomez and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Nicolas and Andres, what do you attribute your success to?
We strongly believe the most important factor behind our success is providing each one of our clients with the highest level of customer service, we treat each one of our clients as family and touch on every detail or questions they may have. In addition, to customer service, we hold the highest standard of quality in the product we use and our installation process. We know that when we do quality work for people, word will spread, and more business will come. By following this method, we have just protected and completed home number: 1,821!!
What should our readers know about your business?
Our thought process when we started Shutter Brothers Impact Windows & Doors was to provide homeowners in South Florida with a professional and efficient company to protect their homes from hurricanes. Not only do we have manufacturer direct pricing on the best window products, such as ESW and PGT, but more importantly our installers also have over 20 years of experience in the industry allowing for the highest quality installation. Everyone in our company, from salesman to office staff, are fully trained to understands the process and knows the details of every job to not allow anything to go unforeseen. With this strategy, we have Success never comes easy, and there will always be bumps in the road, mistakes, and lessons learned, the most important thing is to keep your head up, stay positive, and always learn from those mistakes, they are the best teachers!
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Miami is full of interesting sites and people, being that I was born and raised here sometime we overlook the resources and places we have surrounding us. Some must sees I would recommend for any person coming to Miami are: -Soaking up the sun in Miami Beach -A trip down to the Florida Keys (must stop at Robbie’s to feed the tarpon) -Cruise around Star and Palm Island on a ferry leaving from bayside to see where the rich and famous live Some good eats are: -Versailles: a staple to Cuban food since 1971 -Calle Ocho: here you can find many small, but tasty restaurants -Fancy Dinner? reservations at La Mar, on the water and pricey, but some of the best Peruvian/seafood -Ceviche 105: Also a great Peruvian spot, somewhat biased as my family is from Peru lol
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