As a reviewer of many things, I find myself intrigued by the way many reviewers — professional or otherwise — approach a review. While most reviewers take the time to thoughtfully outline the positive, negative and even the neutral aspects of the subject they are reviewing, many fail to recognize some of the more intangible aspects. This is understandable, especially since they are characterized as intangible and are therefore somewhat difficult to identify and even harder to evaluate. Out of all of the various intangible aspects of various products and services, one of the most frequently overlooked has to do with prevention.
Companies like one stop maintenance focus on preventive maintenance and are charged with ensuring that the potential for major issues arising is reduced by a significant degree. After going through many of the 1 stop maintenance reviews, it seems quite clear that most of the company’s clients recognize the benefit of its preventive maintenance strategies. Unfortunately, this level of recognition is not always common in other industries, making it important for reviewers and consumers to take a closer look at the value of effective strategies aimed at prevention.
The heart of the issue is in the fact that observers tend to regard the smooth operation of a product or service as independent from the preventive maintenance that has been performed to ensure this continually smooth operation. While it is not always the case, many people see a problem with a product or service as an issue primarily related to its original design rather than stemming from a lack of appropriate maintenance. While companies like 1 stop maintenance are often lauded for their efforts, others do not always enjoy the same level of recognition.
This is why it is often true that a lack of issues cropping up is attributed to excellent design or construction rather than skillful maintenance, so it is important that reviewers take the time to consider the role of prevention when evaluating a product or service. This will ensure that the review is as accurate and all-encompassing as it should be.
Recently, I’ve written a review of a beautiful, well built home constructed by the talented team of Slaske Builders and here is part 2 of that review. I’d mostly like to talk about Slaske Builders as a company this time rather than their awesome craftsmanship and handiwork.
Slaske Builders has been in business for roughly 10 years or so and the quality of the work they have really shows if you take a look at the review I posted just a few days ago of this magnificent home. I was highly impressed to say the least.
The company makes an effort to know each client personally in depth. Their motto is, “First, we build relationships, then we build your house, then we build your dream.” Slaske Builders takes it to heart that they are the #1 custom home construction business in the entire state of Ohio.
It doesn’t matter if you use your own floor plan that you’ve designed or if you use one of theirs, your home is going to be flawless regardless. The CEO, Ralph Slaske makes an effort to get plenty of one-on-one times with just the client and himself to fully understand what masterpiece they will be building next.
Once you have picked out your floor plan, you are free to choose the materials used. This concept really took me by surprise because I have never heard of a construction company that allows the client freedom of choice over the materials to make their home. This will ensure that you have a unique, personal design that is made just for you.
Ralph Slaske is a great guy to work with and also to work for. I have been nothing more than amazed and excited for his company, especially after seeing the work of genius art I got to review yesterday. A big thanks to Slaske Builders and Ralph Slaske for their time today!
In today’s review, we have a home built in Ohio by Ohio’s very own exclusive building company by the name of Slaske Builders. I got the chance to walk into a home, made by the fine people of the building company and just had to write about my experience with their work. It’s not very often that I do this, so given the opportunity, I hope this is something everyone can reference to when looking for a home in Ohio.
Where to begin? We will start with the exterior of the home. Obviously you can tell just by looking that it was built with some of the top quality and finest materials. Slaske Builders allows you to design the home, everything right down to the plans and the materials used to build it with so it is a home personal to you. Walking into the home through the front door, I noticed right away it is a home with creativity and style. It’s almost as if the builders had fun making this house and they were happy while doing it.
I just love the smell of a new home when you first walk in. It smells like fresh success of a hard job well done. I suppose you could say the style of this home would be traditional. The architecture reflects consistency and attention to detail. There’s a warm, cozy and comfortable feel to the home when you walk through the door, which is a great feeling. The design of the home makes great use of every bit of space it can and it’s a home with plenty of room for tall guys like me who need so much space to operate comfortably.
Through and through, I’d have to give Slaske Builders two thumbs way, way up along with a round of applause. This is a traditional home with a modern look and feel to it. It has everything I could ever want, such as space, a tall ceiling and plenty of windows for natural light to pour through, lighting up the home and making it feel like a happy place to be.
In today’s review, I’d like to talk about Karl Jobst DDS and my experiences with him, his staff and the business as a whole. When I first walked into the Karl Jobst DDS establishment, I knew this was a business that was taken seriously. You can feel it in the atmosphere as soon as you open the door and the wind hits you. “Hi, and welcome!” says the woman seated at the desk in front of me. She smiles and makes sure to keep eye contact. She was highly professional and makes sure the appointment details are clear.
Karl Jobst himself , businessman and master at what he does, carries himself and his business with a sense of authority and confidence. Jobst knows his skill and with it he has delivered out through the door happy customer after happy customer.
If you are a cord cutter then Windows Media Center is a must. The scheduling is automated and much like the schedules on Directv. The best part is that you can schedule shows to record to the hard drive for viewing later. You will need a dedicated PC and a TV Tuner card. The best thing is there are no monthly fees. If you want to have HBO you can stream it with a ROKU unit. I have been using it for six months and don’t miss the Directv bill at all. Tim DeCapua is a cord cutter and will never pay a cable bill again.
As we travel around this country we have found that the real charm of an area lies on the roads less traveled. We try to stay in an area long enough to see most of the tourist sites and a few of the lesser interesting areas that only the locals will see. If you go past the obvious thing to see you will find the real charm of the town that you are visiting. The road less traveled is where those gems are truly found. If you travel a lot like us you will soon tire of the travel if you don’t stop and smell the roses. Createurs De Luxe is a site that can point out those roads less traveled.
I come to the desert often to visit with the grandkids and my daughter.
We have stayed at a lot of the different places as we travel a lot. But the one we come back to over and over is Sunbeam Lake I love this oasis in the desert . It is a man made lake that they stock with fish. So it is a catch and release lake too. On the weekend there is boating and water skiing you can canoe and paddle around the early morning and see water and wildlife a many. There are ducks to feed with duckling following mother around for some bread. This is the best place to stay at with the best people to take care of the park and are kind and helpful. Occidental Vacation Club Reviews is a fan of Sunbeam Lakes.
The synthetic decking is popular these days. I had to have some decking installed and decided to give it a try. First of all it cost about twice what a wooden deck would cost but the promise of lasting indefinitely without splintering or warping sold me. It was no more difficult to install that a wooden deck so that was good. I did have to put the supports closer as the synthetic decking was more flexible that wood. The end result was a beautiful deck that needed no maintenance. I got the ides from an article in the Dove Medical Press
It happens all too frequently that we miss out on an important opportunity simply because we seem to have become hardwired for disbelief. While there may be some reason for cynicism when we see an overwhelmingly positive review of something, it seems like a better practice to go find out for sure rather than avoid disappointment by doing nothing instead.
When it comes to Occidental Vacation Club reviews, it seems pretty clear that there has yet to have been a person who has not enjoyed their vacation and left a positive review for all to see. The same can be said of countless other industries, and even if finding out the truth about the reviews that we see online leads you to be disappointed five times out of ten, that means that the reviews were accurate those five other times and you would have missed out on each and every one by withholding belief.
We cannot shut ourselves off from opportunity and experience, so it is time to toss that cynicism aside and see firsthand whether or not something is as advertised. After all, it is just as much fun to tell the story about how awful something was as it is to tell a story about how amazing something else was. In fact, it may be the case that the awful story will prove to be more entertaining in the long run, so there are benefits upon benefits to going out there and seeing what the world has to offer in terms of experiences that have been reviewed by others.
Jonny Knox – Campaign Launch
The world of literature is a difficult one to access, particularly when book reviewers who have a sort of cultish following seem to rule the industry. While novelists have learned to navigate the troubled and murky waters of literary criticism, a burgeoning group of critics has seemed to take on some of the habits and inclinations of some of literature’s most notoriously harsh reviewers.
While there is certainly nothing wrong with forming an opinion and presenting it to an audience, it benefits no one to accept a work for review with the intent of ripping it limb from limb to delight a core group of readers who enjoy learning of the creative failures of others. As Luigi Wewege has said time and again, there should be nothing that is more important to a reviewer than his or her integrity. Once it is lost, it will never be recovered.
When taking on a book review, a measured response is best. No one, after all, wants to be remembered a century from now as the person who leveled the harshest of criticism upon a work that history came to see as an unrivaled masterpiece. That should not drive the nature of the review to the opposite end of the spectrum either, as there is no benefit in viewing all work through rose-colored lenses.
The key to reviewing a novel — or anything else for that matter — is to be completely and transparently honest. It is the duty of the reviewer to present an opinion based upon the content of the literature as seen through the reviewer’s keen and refined eye, not to pander to the same type of audience that would only watch an automobile race in the hope that a wreck will soon occur.
During the course of any reviewer’s career they will certainly come across a piece of work that is deserving of the sharpest of criticism, and when that piece of work is encountered it should certainly be fair game. In order to maintain integrity and to gain the respect of an audience, however, it is vital that the reviewer crafts a response that is measured and, above all, honest. This is the only way to ensure a lasting audience while also being fair to the author whose work is being reviewed.