We are proud to introduce the newest members of the EURO family.
Seval Dzinic, CFO/COO and Co-founder of Euro Design Build
A lot of times when you see the owner of a business, they are busy promoting the company and talking about how they are the next best thing. Seval is the “quiet promoter,” preferring to use his actions more than his words.
Many of our clients see him at their projects coming and going and occasionally doing a little bit of manual labor. Seval carefully manages our team of skilled craftsmen and has a hand in the production and completion of all our clients’ projects. Nothing is beneath him in his effort to ensure everything is being completed to the “Euro Design Build Standard.” His ability to obtain a level of perfection—whether it’s the detail of the custom cabinet construction or the way the trim carpentry work gets finished after it’s installed—is unsurpassed.
Today we are inundated with all kinds of information on TV and social media about the nature of our spaces as we age. If you are over the age of 50 or you have aging parents in your home, these are issues you have probably heard about and may even be considering for yourself. We see terms like retirement community options, Universal Design, Aging in Place, and ADA compliance thrown around frequently in the conversation. But what does it all really mean?
Each week, I go to my local Whole Foods Market to buy healthy fruits and vegetables for my family. On one particular Saturday right after Amazon purchased Whole Foods, I decided to venture in and take a look to see what was different. Upon my arrival, I glanced around and everything still looked the same. I noticed a wider variety of additional products and different growers that I was not familiar with. On this particular Saturday they were promoting a special from one of their new blueberry suppliers. The price was fantastic! Who could turn down $7.00 for two large boxes of fresh farm picked blueberries. Especially since my favorite blueberries ran about $4.99 for the same size package. The new boxes of blueberries looked exactly the same as my usual brand. Keep in mind, I have been purchasing the same grower’s blueberries nearly every week for the past 20 years. I was feeling adventurous and the sale of the Whole Foods stores made me think that Amazon would be just as discriminating in what product they allowed to be sold in their store. I was so excited about the great buy I quickly snatched up the two boxes and couldn’t wait to get to home to enjoy them.
I am certain, you all have heard the phrase, watch what you ask for, you just might get it. It really is true, imagine getting blessed twice the blessing you asked for? Such as the case with our most recent family wish. Shortly after we had recovered from the loss of our beloved Teddy, a 10-year-old Yorkie teacup. We felt safe to discuss the topic of the type of dog we would adopt next. Since the last pet was selected by me, the boys decided they would make the next selection. After some deliberation between a Siberian Husky and German Shephard, it was decided that it would be best to adopt a German Shephard because of their loyalty to the owner and family.
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