Sunday, August 10, 2008
Hello. My name is Michael Patrick Haluska and I own a successful and well-regarded wallpaper removal business called Totally Off The Wall !! with offices in Sarasota, FL and Herndon, VA.
While I am quite often praised for how creatively evocative the business name is, I am nearly as often kidded by my dear friends who say that it is indeed an apt description for my warm-but-eccentric personality.
Therefore, it came as little surprise to them when I announced that I was writing the 'definitive' book on wallpaper removal. They were bemused, as they likely thought that I had set myself up for a mere 2-hour chore... at most.
Well– when I thought about the breadth and depth of the subject material that I chose to cover, I realized that unbeknownst to my friends, I had undertaken (and am continuously undertaking) a rather grand project.
Whether the wonderful folks who visit my blog site come to me from web queries such as: remove wallpaper border • remove wallpaper paste • removing wallpaper border • removing wallpaper paste • removing wallpaper glue • wallpaper removal • wallpaper removing • how do I remove wallpaper • how to remove wallpaper border • wallpaper border • wall paper removal • or • how to remove wallpaper, I will have to answer a wealth of questions from a plethora of personalties whilst addressing myriad skill levels from... tool-savvy do-it-yourselfer's... to never picked up a screwdriver new-moms trying to make their baby's room delightful.
Quite a task! I hope that with the kindly input of my blog readers, I will one day find myself at that Holy Grail of being able to answer 'most' of the questions you guys will ask me!
I graciously welcome your insights that allow me to improve my blog (and my E-book... see below). Please email suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S. I also remove wallpaper wherever YOU are, if the job is sufficiently large enough, and interesting enough, and you are nice enough and pleasant to be with... contact me: email@example.com
P.P.S. Air fare, a spare room or couch and a bit of dinner is all that is required beyond my normal fee structure. On a large job, it is indeed likely that you may 'save' money over having an inexperienced worker who may cause thousands of dollars of damage to your walls to the extent that they must be repaired by yet 'another' contractor.
For more information and detailed references please visit: >http://TotallyOffTheWall.com<