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Noserale Home Improvement – Professional Branding Session

Noserale Home Improvement renovation project in Reston, Virginia ©TimeLine Media
Noserale Home Improvement renovation project

Reston, Virginia

Ricardo Noserale of Noserale Home Improvement is another contact I made through networking. Occasionally, you form good working relationships with people you meet through business events, and Ricardo has become a trusted friend that I can depend on. As can be seen in the photos here, and in his work, he is much more than a handyman or contractor. Undeniably, he is a craftsman that takes pride in his work. Of course, I have seen this in work he produces for other clients, but also in my own home!

Ricardo finishing a concrete step outside a door ©TimeLine Media
Ricardo finishing a concrete step outside a door

On this occasion, Ricardo was working on renovating home in Reston. A screened-in porch was removed, and enclosed to make a new living room. While reviewing the plans that he had onsite, it was clear that this was a very large job that required a lot of skills to completely correctly. Given that he has years of experience in commercial and residential projects, Ricardo estimated two months to complete. These days in the middle of the job emphasizes his skills in both planning and construction.

Sweeping up prior to working on flooring
Noserale Home Improvement working on a sanding a floor with sparks ©TimeLine Media
Sparks flying while smoothing out the base surface

It is a privilege to see experts at work. Since this session, the homeowners are enjoying their large new living room. Ricardo not only is a master at construction, but he cares about how you will live in your home after he leaves. While it can be stressful to have work done in your house, rest assured Ricardo and NHI is a company you can trust to do it right “with no shortcuts”.

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Post featuring a photo of the capitol building in Madison, Wisconsin. On this occasion, I was on a business trip to Wisconsin. Even though there was some networking going on at a nearby bar, I sneaked out to get some nice blue-hour photos of this building central to the town emotionally and geographically. In post processing, I added a glowing effect on the edges to add to the feel of the early evening.

I was talking to my cousin Ron this past weekend. (I really need to stay connected with family more than I have…) In any case, he asked if I had a website for my budding photography business. I do have one officially which is a rough work in progress. It is for the company that I started with my friend, Charlie, to do photography and videography [ ]. I’m going to try to keep posting interesting pictures to my blog to reflect, remember, and hopefully, learn.

So, Ranniel, this first one is for you! This is a picture I took of the Wisconsin state capitol building in March 2007 when I was in Madison for a leadership conference at my previous job. It is a great university city with lots of photographic opportunities.

Capitol building in Madison, Wisconsin in the early evening ©TimeLine Media