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.
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.
A Complete Guide to Vegetable Gardening for Beginners
Some people think that starting a vegetable garden is difficult, but after reading this article you will realize that it doesn’t need to be. There are some easy steps you can follow, and you will soon be making your own vegetables at home, that are highly nutritious. If you are in a situation of wanting... Read More
The Ultimate Guide on How to Make Compost at Home
Making compost at home can be a great activity to do with the kids, or to simply do to get some very fertile soil that you can plant whatever you want to plant in. It is all organic material and will give you strong and healthy plants. There are a lot of different sources you... Read More
+47 Ways To Dog Proof Your House
Did you just get a dog? If so, there are certain things you should know have the potential to be dangerous for your dog. Especially if you didn’t just get a dog, but you got a puppy. Puppies are especially clumsy, and if yours is anything like this one, you may want to make sure... Read More
+127 Ways to Reduce Waste at Home and at the Office
There is unfortunately so much waste being thrown away every single day, that the NRDC estimates Americans throw away 40% of all their food. Since it costs between $146 to $289 to feed a family of 4 every week, it means your family could be saving $58-$115 every single week by simply making sure food... Read More
How to Start Recycling
Not recycling is one of the biggest things that people should consider changing in order to help out the environment, since it basically means that there are more things that will be going to landfills rather than being used wherever it is possible. That is why we have chosen to create this guide for you... Read More
DIY Home Inspection Checklist
When you’re buying a home, getting it inspected is a very important thing to do in order to avoid any nasty surprises. While we very much recommend that you get a professional home inspector to come and do one too, since it is money well spent in your pursuit not to get ripped off, we... Read More
+30 Tips to Avoid a Low Value On Your Home Appraisal
You might have thought that you had a deal and then a low value on the home appraisal comes in and suddenly the deal is off the table. That is by no means an uncommon thing so it’s important to make sure that it doesn’t end up being the case with your home. Luckily, there... Read More
Ways to Prevent and Deal With Lead Poisoning in your Home
Lead is a type of metal that not only has a lot of purposes, but at the same time is toxic to humans. It is used in a lot of different functions including plumbing, construction, bullets, batteries and more, but it’s still important to make sure that we work on keeping it out of humans.... Read More
+90 Home Improvement and Remodeling Ideas to Ensure Seniors’ Safety
Are you or a loved one approaching the age where it is becoming time to consider the safety in your home? This article will give you a very thorough list of home improvement and remodeling ideas that will help ensure the safety of seniors, whether it be you or a loved one. Did you know... Read More
+53 Hours of Research Led to this Infographic on Fire Safety for Disabled Persons
We put this massive infographic together on fire safety for disabled persons, and spent more than 53 hours doing so. We hope that it helps you and that you will share it with whoever could find it useful. We also invite you to see our other infographic on fire safety for kids right here. Everything You Need... Read More
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