What Are We Thankful For? Our Clients!

By November 22, 2017 December 14th, 2017 No Comments

It’s the time of year when we reflect on what really matters to us: family, friends and good health.

One of the many blessings we are most thankful for is our clients. Everything we do is out of our desire to improve people’s lives with beautiful spaces and the creation of “home” for those around us. It’s what feeds our souls and is why we strive to meet and exceed expectations with every renovation we complete.

As we reflect on how thankful we are, we think back to February of this year, when we held an Open House to showcase our beautiful new office space here in Reston. We wanted to celebrate and give back to everyone who has supported us in the last nine years of business. We had a full house of clients, partners, and friends who joined us for a wonderful evening of great food, laughter, and fun. It was an honor to spend an evening celebrating with the very people who made it possible.

You can watch our Open House video recap here:

To everyone—thank you for being our biggest fans and for choosing us. We look forward to completing many more home renovation projects here in Reston (and beyond) and celebrating our successes with you in the years to come.

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Synergy Design & Construction to you!

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At Synergy Design & Construction, our first priority is the health and well being of our clients, our team and our community. As a construction company, we are considered an essential business and are open for business. We're working hard employing innovative tools to deliver the same excellent customer service and beautiful home remodels while practicing social distancing and following CDC guidelines. We are:
  • providing virtual consultations
  • providing virtual design services
  • Continuing our exceptional job site standards on all of our job sites including -
    • 3 stage HEPA filtration air purifiers
    • handwashing and sanitation stations
    • thermometer checks before team members or trade partners enter your home
    • Installing protection barriers between the construction site and the rest of your home

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