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Volume 2 – Issue Five

Volume 2 – Issue Five

pdf‘ I want to once again say thank you to you, our clients, for your support over the years and in advance for your continued support and business in the future.

Our open house on October 6th was attended by over sixty clients, associates and friends who enjoyed reconnecting, great food and lively conversation. It is all of you who enable us to continually reinvest in our company and the community. It was great to hear from past clients who have chosen us to complete their projects and from one we heard, “So nice to have real craftspeople doing quality work— and on time & budget! We love you guys!” To all of you, the feeling is mutual.’

Sincerely,

Greg Rehm, CGP, CAPS

Volume 2 – Issue Four

Volume 2 – Issue Four

pdf‘ Our new company headquarters is in full operation! It is such a pleasure to welcome our customers and new friends into this space. Opening the Carriage House has been a momentous event in the evolution and growth of our business. The investment we made in this customized work space facilitates a better customer experience and the ability to deliver more value. We dedicate our new space to you, offering samples and visual previews of what we can create. You can see, touch, feel and experience some of what Liberty Hill Construction builds for its customers.’

Sincerely,

Greg Rehm, CGP, CAPS

Volume 1 – Issue Three

Volume 1 – Issue Three

pdf‘The year 2010 was a challenge for our industry, but evidence proves the economy and your confidence is improving. Our business continues to move forward and we thank you for your commitment and trust in us. If you are considering a project in the next year, please contact us now so we can best accommodate your reschedule.

Our Carriage House continues to grow and evolve from the original vision. Almost complete, we are eager to welcome you to our new office the fall of 2011. Save the date for Saturday, October 8, when we host a customer appreciation Open House.

Sincerely,

Greg Rehm, CGP, CAPS

Volume 1 – Issue Two

Volume 1 – Issue Two

pdf‘For The second installment of our newsletter is as exciting for us as the first. This newsletter is part of a long-term communication plan which continues to evolve and change as each day passes. We invite you to continue to be an important part of our journey. Our goal is to keep you informed with each new issue of “News From the Hill,” and to give you a sense of our vision, which then translates to yours.

Over the years, the one compelling factor about making customers happy is that we see something different in every job we do. We know your project will be unique. Your design is personalized to your home and lifestyle.

Sincerely,

Greg Rehm, CGP, CAPS

Volume 1 – Issue One

Volume 1 – Issue One

pdf    ‘ For many years I have wanted to create a newsletter that highlighted the changes, growth and improvements that we have been making here at Liberty Hill Construction. Finally, we have completed Volume 1, Issue 1 of “News from the Hill.”

Creating the first newsletter has been exciting. Our goal is that this newsletter and the issues to follow will keep you current on changing trends in the
remodeling industry and changes within our company. We hope it will also assist you with decisions you may be considering as you continue to invest in your most important asset, your home.

Since its inception, Liberty Hill Construction has been fortunate to experience continual growth. By developing lasting relationships with you, our clients and professional trade partners, our business continues to prosper even through
difficult economic times. Remodeling your home is a significant decision, and we thank you for placing your trust in us. Your support and trust has helped
us to become one of the leading design/build companies in the greater Bedford area.

Thank you for your letters, referrals, and taking the time to read through “News from the Hill.” We always welcome and look forward to your ideas and input. Please contact us at any time. ‘

Sincerely,

Greg Rehm, CGP, CAPS

Building on Hope

Building on Hope 2012

This year, Building on Hope chose to renovate a 27 year old former church that houses Girls, Inc. The building was in need of major renovations, repairs and cosmetic work. The center offers a wide variety of services and programs for girls, their families and community members. Each day approximately 100 at-risk girls attend the Manchester Girls Center and benefit from a program that handles challenging issues facing girls each day. Beyond the enrichment and personal development programs, each evening Girls, Inc. provides from 5 to 50 families with a hot, nutritious meal in a safe, family friendly environment. It was an honor and privilege to be one of the Project Managers on this two week “build”.

Community Service

Community Service

We believe that it is important to “give back” to the communities we live and work in. We hope that you enjoy reviewing some of the projects we will participate in over the next few years as we practice “participate in your community” spirit.

Faerie-Folk

Faerie-Folk Festival at Peter Woodbury School

The creative elves at Liberty Hill Construction have been hard at work building a tiny custom dwelling from entirely natural materials to display at the upcoming Faerie-Folk Festival at Peter Woodbury School in Bedford. This magical family event took place on Saturday June 1st from 11:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. All proceeds benefited the school’s Outdoor Schoolyard.

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