Thomas Jepsen - MSc in Accounting, Stragegy & Control

Thomas Jepsen - MSc in Accounting, Stragegy & Control

Thomas Jepsen is a Danish economist with a MSc in Accounting, Strategy and Control from Copenhagen Business School. He is the founder and CEO of Contractor Quotes, a growing platform that helps connect homeowners with contractors as well as providing them with all the home improvement related information relevant for their project.

Since 2011, Thomas has been involved in the home improvement industry through different functions including consulting them on their business strategy, and he reviews a lot of the articles featured on the platform to ensure accuracy.

He has been featured on a range of different websites including USA Weekly, Media Leaders, CEO Blog Nation, Fit Small Business, Website Magazine and more for his contributions to online platforms.

Having been involved in home improvement for so long, his main goal is to inspire better transparency in the home improvement space by making a range of different things more accessible to the homeowner to better ensure that they get the home that they want, while staying within budget and improving the amount of money homeowners can hope to recoup as a consequence of their efforts.

He can also be found on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Latest Articles by this author:

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Red mold

Red Mold in the Bathroom or Shower: What is it and How to Get Rid of It?

Red is a loud color that demands your attention. So, when rust-colored patches start to take root on your bathroom walls or in your shower, it’s pretty hard to miss. Needless to say, what you’re seeing is probably red mold. And yes, those reddish patches look nasty. You have to get rid of that red… Read More

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mold being inspected

Black Mold: How Dangerous Is It and Why Should You Remove It?

Have you ever experienced those annoying sneezing fits? You know, that moment when you thought that big, shameful sneeze you just did was the last of it, only to be immediately followed by another sneeze. And another. And then another one. Most of the time, it’s easy to identify what caused it. Dirt, dust, your… Read More

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leaking chimney

Chimney and Fireplace Leak in Heavy Rain and Repair Cost Quotes

The chimney and fireplace combination is a very good home addition. In addition to improving the exterior and interior appeal of your home, this combination is very functional as well. It provides your family with warmth on cold days and nights. It’s a must-have for snowy or rainy days and nights. It provides your family… Read More

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roof being installed

10 Signs of a Bad Roofing Job

So you had some problems with your roof a few months ago and now, you’re experiencing problems again with the same roof. You paid a lot of money the last time and you obviously don’t want to pay a lot of money now and get the same results. This is why you need to know… Read More

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black mold

Pink Mold: What Is It, Is it Dangerous, Bathrooms/Showers, Removal & More

A clean bathroom is like a piece of heaven right in your own home. It is, after all, a place where you can enjoy some privacy and comfort. But when you start seeing pinkish stuff on the bathroom wall… Let’s just say it ruins the mood. It goes without saying: You want to rid your… Read More

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wind turbine

Roof Vent Problems: Ridge Cap, Causes, and Solutions

You don’t need us to tell you how important roof ventilation is to home maintenance and its residents. That’s already a given. But if you want to get a better appreciation of its many benefits, it bears knowing how roof ventilation works and how its different components work together. But first, what is roof ventilation… Read More

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vent pipe boot

How to Seal Around a Vent Pipe on a Metal Roof

Here’s the thing with a leaking roof. There are several possible reasons behind it. It could be because of damaged shingles. It could be because of damaged skylight or chimney flashing. It can even be because of clogged gutters. On this page: Why Do Vent Pipes Leak? How to Check for a Roof Leak Dangers… Read More

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ceiling fan

Water Leaking from a Ceiling Fan or Light Fixture: Is it Dangerous & A Fire Hazard?

Water leaks won’t generally send homeowners like you in a panic. That is, unless you see that the ceiling leak is coming somewhere that will likely get your electrical appliances wet. Especially your shiny 60-inch television set that you got after camping out overnight during the last Black Friday sale. Or worse, you see water… Read More

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roof being waterproofed

Water Leaks in the Garage: Through the Concrete Garage Floor & Under Walls

For a lot of homeowners, seeing water leaks in the garage is a dumbfounding experience. This is especially true if they have a two-storey home. How can leaks find their way from the roof to the garage? There are also instances when homeowners see water leaking into the garage under the wall. On this page:… Read More

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illustration of insurance

Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Roof, Ceiling & Skylight Leaks?

Homeowner’s insurance is something that a lot of homeowners see as an unnecessary expense. And unlike health and auto insurance, it doesn’t seem to be as vital. But what if we tell you that getting insurance for your home is something that you should never take for granted, and that your choice of company could… Read More