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Just wanted to thank everyone at Safety King for an absolutely awesome week. All of the guys and gals there were the best people I've met in awhile. My week training was not only enjoyable but all the techs I worked with, Marcus, Ryan and Jason were all very knowledgeable and answered all my questions and why's. This company is the real deal. Mike, the owner, and his son Mike go above and beyond to make Safety King a great place to learn and work. If I ever need more training for new ventures, without hesitation, I'll be back. Thank all of you for a great experience.Ryan BrewerDryfast Systems
When I started Better Air I was a technician not a business owner. The only thing I knew how to do well was clean ductwork. I figured if I can clean ductwork I can run a duct cleaning business. As the company began to grow so did the stress. I was doing a ton of sales but my profit margins were low. I realized I needed help with the business side of things. My father always said experience is the best teacher, so I sought after a consultant in the business. Mike Palazzolo from Safety King taught me that I could spend half as much as I did and be more profitable. I learned the importance of building relationships with other contractors, and the community. But most importantly I'm learning to be a business owner, and I want to thank Mike for that.Stanley WiafeBetter Air