January 31, 2016
Shelter Alternatives is putting its wares on display in the ongoing renovation of its offices. The almost 100-year-old house at the corner of Blacksburg’s Progress Street and Giles Road has housed the design-build company for nearly a decade. In a project that is doubling the company’s office space and restoring residential use to the property…
Note from a third owner of a house built by Shelter Alternatives, Inc.
Please accept this tardy but heartfelt expression of our gratitude for your help in fixing our heating system. You had no obligation ... and we simply want you to know how much we appreciate your generous act. It is unprecedented in my experience. If ever we can testify to the high standards that guide you in your work, I hope you will let us know.
Anne and John W., January 1997