Here Are The 3 Questions The Feinberg
Brothers Were Asked By Lifestyle Magazine
Are we able to keep work and our private lives separate?
It’s hard to keep work and our private lives separate, specially since we spend so much time together. We are very lucky because we have a great relationship, and we all get along pretty well. Our entire families spend time together on holidays, but we always wind up talking about work. We each have different roles at the office, and we all do something different. I think that allows us to act independently and not have many issues with each other.
Do we want our relatives to eventually follow our footsteps?
As partners for almost 40 years, we would have loved our children to follow in out footsteps, but that’s just not in the cards My son and daughter have both worked in the business over the years, and my daughter spent about 10 years here, but has now moved on. She has a family of her own, and my son took another direction as well into the Tech industry. Joe’s kids also have wonderful careers and are raising families of their own.
What would I like our readers to know about our business?
Allied Kitchen and Bath is the epitome of a true family business. We are four brothers working together since 1984, and at the start of our parents worked for us to help build our business. We are a lot more than just kitchens and baths too, we are licensed General Contractors, remodeling complete homes; a company built on trust, quality and customer service. We deeply care about all our employees, and treat them like our own family. We are very fortunate to have such great team members, many of them have been with us for over 20 years. Our reputation means everything to us, and we will never leave our customers unhappy. Our guarantee is 100% satisfaction, and our goal is to exceed our clients’ expectations from concept to completion. With a core philosophy of “Paying it Forward and Giving Back”, over the past 15 years we have hosted over 200 charity events in our showroom, raising over one million dollars for nonprofits right here in our community.
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