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A New Addition to the Family!

Posted on July 21, 2017 at 1:53 PM Comments comments (0)
We are happy to announce that after 4 years in the Marine Corps., our son Jack has joined our team!! Jack will be leading our Outside Sales Dept. 

We invite you to visit our "About the Owners" section of our website to read more about Jack! 

Welcome aboard son!!


Posted on May 29, 2016 at 1:36 PM Comments comments (0)
We're always in pursuit of improvement and here we are in Dallas, Texas at a CHIEF ARCHITECT Intermediate Training. We've had Chief Architect for almost two years and use often. Our goal is to become experts and use it daily. 

Lots of points earned got us 1st class seats. 

An example of what Chief can do

In class trying to master things....

You would not believe how comprehensive this software is. When I worked at the National Park Service I used IBM's Maximo Asset Management software and find this program more comprehensive. 

More soaking in....

Great features for our Kitchen & Bath Division

A little R&R in downtown Grapevine, TX. This litte aea was a real bonus for the trip. Four winery's within 2 small blocks. Awesome. 

Chief Architect Experts. I wanted to bring one home for a week of personal training. All the instructors know sooo much. 

This is a rendering created by us for the deck below. 

Roswell Business Connections

Posted on December 12, 2013 at 9:12 AM Comments comments (582)
Mario E. Boles - Owner

A little celebrating with some friends and clients at the Third Annual End-of-Year Party at Pastis Restaurant and Bar at the Roswell Square. Home Improvements - Home Repairs - Moving Services

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Posted on May 14, 2013 at 9:12 AM Comments comments (2)
National Park Service - Maintenance Rangers (Handy Man)National Park Service - Maintenance Rangers (Handy Man)National Park Service - Maintenance Rangers (Handy Man)The only constant is change right? Today we're removing trash cans from some of our units in an effort to go "Pack It In Pack It Out." Here's the Buckman and Anthony at work (and me) at our Jones Bridge unit. It's been a tad cool but otherwise a couple of beautiful days.                                         
Anthony recently came back from a tour in Afghanistan as an Army Staff Sargent with the U.S. Army. 

Another Day in the Woods

Posted on May 5, 2013 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (100)
National Park Service - Maintenance Rangers - Tree Services (Handy Man)National Park Service - Maintenance Rangers - Tree Services (Handy Man)National Park Service - Maintenance Rangers - Tree Services (Handy Man)National Park Service - Maintenance Rangers - Tree Services (Handy Man)Just thought to share some of post rainy weather activities. Here are some of the guys clearing a park road after some downed trees. In these pictures are the Buckmeister, Brandon C. and Cedric (a mural artist) doing a good job.

Visit Your National Parks

Posted on March 20, 2013 at 9:18 PM Comments comments (4)
National Park Service -  Ranger Boles Safety OfficerNational Park Service - Park RangersSince today is the 1st day of spring I thought I would include a couple of pictures of the great Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area and some of its staff. The staff picture includes law enforcement park rangers, a great interpretive/education park ranger and others. The sunny picture with all the floaters is at our Power Island unit. If you look closely that's me performing my safety officer duties during our annual Summer Splash ensuring everyone has their proper flotation devices. 

If you'd like to volunteer, the kneeling ranger, Dave Thomas, is our volunteer coordinator. 

Buck - Mighty Maintenance Ranger

Posted on February 24, 2013 at 5:21 PM Comments comments (1)
Here he's amazing what one regular Joe knows. If you're an 80's generation Buck is today's version of McGyver. Buck's been with Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area since early 2010 and prior to that he was a Maintenance Ranger at Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Battlefield. Prior to the NPS he was civilian maintenance supervisor with the Army, prior to that he was probably Thor. 

Super Handyman Buck - He's also one our movers. When it's warmer, you'll recognize him by his NPS approved straw cowboy hat and shorts. Looking for handmade rustic furniture? Get with Buck.

Visit the National Park Service this year