By: Deanna Rebro | Category: Other | Issue: December 2010
Tracy Booth, Gleam Guard owner, says it’s not too late to call him to get a whole house wood makeover before Christmas.
“I’ve been thinking about calling you for a long time.” Nearly every day, Gleam Guard owner Tracy Booth gets such a call. After the Gleam Guard makeover that produces a like-new wood finish, he hears “I wish I had called years ago!”
Tracy says that even with the holidays right here, there is still time to get a whole house wood makeover. In as little as one day, the kitchen can be done, and in as little as three to five days, the whole house can be done, including bath cabinets and all wood trim – doors, jambs, baseboards, paneling and wood ceilings.
“Some people think if they haven’t done anything by now, it’s too late to spruce up their homes. That’s not the case. Just call and we’ll be there to get the job done.” In a whole house project, large pieces of furniture are moved and the area vacuumed before setting everything back in place. Sometimes these are spaces that haven’t been cleaned in decades. If decorations are up, they will either work around them or set them aside for a short time and then replace them.
Tracy also gets many “thank you” calls from customers who tell him how much they appreciate his courteous and conscientious staff. “They’re skilled craftsmen and real professionals,” he says. “They pay close attention to small details, and they always treat customers the way they would like to be treated.”
With Gleam Guard wood refinishing, there is no mess because there’s no sanding and no toxic strippers. A whole house project typically takes three to five days. The average kitchen is completed in a day. A large kitchen may take part of a second day. The Gleam Guard crew works on only one job at a time, so there are no interruptions or breakaways. They take care of one customer at a time and make sure that customer is satisfied.
Homeowners leave for work and return to an almost new kitchen at a fraction of replacement or resurfacing costs. And there is virtually no preparation for them to do. They don’t even remove items from cabinet shelves. Everything remains intact. “Many homeowners don’t believe that the Gleam Guard process is that trouble free and worry free – not until they call us and see for themselves. Then they refer us to their friends and relatives.”
When Gleam Guard is applied, the finish lasts for years, without ever again needing polish or oil. A damp cloth will maintain its luster. Stubborn spots disappear with a bit of white vinegar. If a touchup is needed, the Gleam Guard guarantee covers it free of charge within five years.
The Gleam Guard crew can also clean tired-looking popcorn ceilings. They have extracted years of dust buildup and ugly cobwebs on vaulted ceilings over 20 feet. A clean ceiling can brighten a room without repainting or retexturing. And it’s the perfect finishing touch to complement the Gleam Guard wood refinishing process.
Tracy offers an in-home cabinet demonstration, or finished cabinet samples can be seen at Woodland Hills Mall. Use the lower level (north side) Sears entrance and take the escalator to the upper level. The Gleam Guard display is in the middle of the mall, between Fossil and Hollister.
There is still time for your entire home to undergo a quick, easy and economical makeover with Gleam Guard. Call Tracy now at (918) 455-4211.
Deanna Rebro has worked in the publishing industry 30+ years, including eight years writing for Value News. She has also worked in real estate for the past six years. Deanna graduated from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio with a B.A. in Journalism. Outside of work, she serves as Vice President on the Board of Directors for Pet Adoption League. “Every story I write is a learning experience,” she said.