I was born and raised in a small village in England called Eggborough. From the age of seven, I trained in the sport of football (soccer for the Americans) which ultimately led me to the United States by earning a soccer scholarship to Lambuth University in Jackson, TN. I completed my education in three and a half years and graduated with a B.S. in Communications with an emphasis in Sports Marketing in 2011. I then moved out West to start my profession in promotional marketing and management. After developing and expanding my business for eight years in Southern California, I was asked to do the same in Seattle, Washington. So my wife, our two dogs, and I moved up to the Pacific Northwest.
After having a successful career in the business development, marketing, and management field for the last ten years, it was time to expand my skill set. All my odd jobs growing up revolved around the service industry, from washing windows to carpentry - this field especially being the son of a carpenter. I have a passion for providing people a service they may not be able to do on their own and, quite frankly, be able to find the quality level my partner and I can provide.
Dillon and I each have over 19 years of business and customer service experience. Throughout our careers, we've not only seen poor work being done and a lack of customer service being provided, but we've interacted with consumers who are very disappointed in the service they've received and the people they have interacted with.
Therefore, our mission is to provide top-quality service at an affordable price to restore one's prize possession, their property, back to its original beauty while also following the Golden Rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Homefront Power Wash will never provide a service that they wouldn't accept for themselves or their home. That is our promise and guarantee.
After relocating again to my wife's childhood home, Kansas City - I am excited to bring this quality service to the Midwest and grow Homefront's Footprint to its 2nd location.