A Time To Give Thanks!

Happy Thanksgiving

It’s that time of year when we pause our work and set aside time to give thanks with friends and family. There are so many things to be thankful for in this free country. Here are a few of the things I am thankful for this Thanksgiving season.

Joy In Remodeling Work

At Integrity, we truly love what we do. We find great joy in helping our clients achieve their dream home. Our work is not just a job with a paycheck – it is an opportunity to bring joy into the lives of others, to get to know our clients, and to help their dreams come true. We truly enjoy going to work each day. There’s great satisfaction knowing that your work is not just work – it can be a ministry in the lives of others. Frequently, we get to see existing homes become new. What a blessing this has been this past year. We’re so thankful for the opportunities our work brings each day.

A Free Country With Opportunities for Work

We have so much to be grateful for in the country that we live in. In the workplace, we are able to conduct our businesses how we choose and provide for our families. We must not forget the men and women who risked their lives to come to a free country. They did not choose to settle for the easiest route. Instead, they took the hard road because they saw that it was the right thing to do. They were willing to die for what they stood for. As a result of their perseverance, we are blessed in this nation. Opportunities are brimming right now for remodeling work. We are thankful for the blessing of work in this country. Let’s set our minds to the new year! And consider how we are blessed to live in a place with ample opportunities.

Safety Throughout Remodeling Projects

This past year we have been blessed with safety. Especially in the construction industry, it is important to operate tools and do our work safely. We are thankful for protection throughout the year. Every job has its risks, but we are thankful for the safety we’ve had on the job site this past year. When working in the construction industry, good questions to ask yourself are, “Am I demonstrating care and thoughtfulness in the way I am operating this tool?” “Could there be a wiser, safer way for me to do this next project?” “Do I have proper understanding of the tools I am using?” Safety is about being aware and careful to do tasks with wisdom. Safety is not something to be taken for granted. We have been thankful for safety this past year.