Wellington, FL – February 13, 2012 – Any seasonal resident understands the challenges involved with building a Wellington-based home, or even keeping up with consistent renovations. Many equestrians travel to Wellington, for the prestigious Winter Equestrian Festival, opting to make the city their winter residence. The folks at the Shapiro-Pertnoy Companies understand the importance of a home and the frustrations that can sometimes accompany the homebuilding process. With their well-honed expertise in luxury homebuilding, the Shapiro-Pertnoy Companies guarantee an exciting and gratifying experience built upon thorough planning, affective communication and many years of customer advocacy—something that will continue even while the client is away.
The Shapiro-Pertnoy Companies have been in the construction business for 34 years, creating relationships through their philosophy that the customer must always be happy. As Principal Ronnie Pertnoy described, “I think that if you are passionate about what you do, and you care about your clients, you build relationships with customers, allowing them to become part of the Shapiro-Pertnoy family. They trust us because our reputation has always been more important to us than the financial aspect.”
Value is one of the most fundamental parts of the Shapiro-Pertnoy Companies business. They use numerous subcontractors, and shop around until they are able to find the best value. The market prices are constantly differing within each discipline and category, but Ronnie, and his son Josh, work together to find the best prices.
“There is a reason why people call us to come back 10 or 15 years after completing their house for renovations,” Josh explained. “My father and his cousin worked really hard to build a business based so much on trust and value. Our customers always know that we will do everything in our power to keep them satisfied with their homebuilding experience.”
The Shapiro-Pertnoy Companies relish in the relationships they have built and maintained over the years, staying in contact with their customer and continuing to sustain people’s houses. In some cases, the Shapiro-Pertnoy Companies have had their residential partnerships extend into the commercial world as well.
“There are a couple of things that separate us from luxury homebuilders,” Principal Steven Shapiro said. “One is our focus on keeping the customer happy. Building a home is often a complex undertaking, so you are married to that family for the duration and a sustained period with any group of people can test the relationship. You want to make that experience a happy experience for them. Historically, you always hear the horror stories. We heard those stories going in, and we wanted to change that, and we did.”
Their combined buying knowledge within the market and completely open-book policy when it comes to pricing and value separates the Shapiro-Pertnoy Companies from other luxury homebuilders. They understand the seasonal Wellington resident, and will put in the time, energy and resources required to build their customers dream in their absence.