Local Entrepreneur Opens New N-Hance Franchise
Ron Furtaw Opens Floor and Cabinet Renewal Business
Traverse City, MI, November 25, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Add one more business to the local tax rolls and get ready for wood floors and cabinets with the "wow" factor, an N-Hance franchise is opening in the area for the first time. Ron Furtaw, a resident of Rapid City, has opened a new N-Hance service, a floor and wood cabinet renewal business, to serve homeowners and property managers in Northwest Michigan.
"N-Hance addresses an important need in Northwest Michigan," notes Furtaw, owner, N-Hance Wood Renewal of NW Michigan. "We're able to renew cabinets and floors without the mess, waste and expense of replacement. N-Hance is a remarkable system and has been successful in markets across the country. I'm excited to bring it to Northwest Michigan."
N-Hance, a subsidiary of Home Depot, has more than 150 locations across the country.
The new franchise offers wood floor and cabinet renewal and produces like-new luster without the waste, mess, overwhelming chemicals or expense of traditional sanding and refinishing. Using new technology, the N-Hance process thoroughly cleans the surface, removes old coatings; repairs damaged areas and applies an elegant, durable and protective finish. The N-Hance franchise was started by the Home Depot and founded by Chem-Dry, the famous carpet cleaning system.
Furtaw is a resident of Rapid City and can be reached at 231-384-0171 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For most property and homeowners, the replacement of floors and cabinets is unnecessary. Over the years, dirt build-up and age-discolored finishes make wood look flat and lifeless. The N-Hance process thoroughly cleans the surface, removes old coatings; repairs damaged areas and applies an elegant, durable and protective finish.
N-Hance is a wholly owned subsidiary of Home Depot and the craftsmen who restore the floors and cabinets are independent franchise owners. N-Hance was founded by the developers of the famous Chem-Dry carpet cleaning system, which operates in all 50 states and throughout the world. To learn more about the N-Hance process, please visit www.NHance.com.