Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) October 16, 2013 - Tom Sullivan, former principal engineer in the nuclear industry, is now improving homes in Norwich, CT as one of the newest of House Doctors franchisees. The handyman and home improvement franchise is ranked as a leading remodeling business and one of America's fastest growing business opportunities today.
As a former project manager, Sullivan is now using his skills to provide value to customers and bring security to his family. Sullivan said, "As a principal engineer in the nuclear industry, I was used to managing people. I needed a business where I could use those skills to build something not just for myself but for my family's future."
Sullivan who also has experience in the construction industry feels confident he’ll be a success with his home improvement business. He continued, "Why re-invent the wheel? Even with my experience, I still see the benefit of being part of a growing National Brand. This franchise has the right business model and their core beliefs and emphasis on service, quality and reliability align with what my work experience has instilled in me."
Sullivan has worked on a multitude of projects in construction, naval and nuclear power. Recently he was appointed a member of the redevelopment agency in his hometown, which is taking on the task of turning old mills into living spaces or new industrial spots.
Jim Hunter, President of House Doctors, added, "We are excited to welcome Tom to our franchise family. The professional handyman and home improvement market is booming. We expect someone with Tom's experience in project management to do very well with this business."
For more than 15 years, House Doctors, a 90-plus-unit professional handyman service, has brought commercial property owners and homeowners high standards of customer service, reliability, and quality workmanship. Every House Doctors handyman location is independently owned and operated. Today, House Doctors continues to expand throughout the United States by offering franchise opportunities.