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Meet Alberto DeJesus of DeJesus Industries in Middlesex County

Today we’d like to introduce you to Alberto DeJesus.

The owner, Alberto, worked at Bed Bath and Beyond in various positions from mobile captain, sales associate, to customer service specialist. There he learned the formalities of customer service, handling large payments, and educating customers about what products cater to their needs. He worked in all departments from Kitchen, Bath, and Bedding.

Alberto then advanced to Westboro Toyota, where he took on a managerial position in the rental department and learned and dealt with corporate accounting, cutting checks for the dealership to pay vendors, and assisted in managing and analyzing over $800,000 in cash flow. This is when he got the idea to run a home improvement and construction company. He is also extremely technologically savvy and was employed for a short period of time by The Home Depot learning as much as he could about safety, best installation practices, and product selection.

Alberto combined what he learned at Toyota with his tech skills and built a luxury tech-oriented home services company. We have entered an age where all industries are becoming, and have become, technology- dependent. It appears that the only industry that has been abandoned is home improvement and construction. They have three simple goals: to allow clients to purchase their services and book their appointments all online, using flat rate pricing, combine all industries related to the home (i.e. electrical, plumbing, HVAC, landscaping, remodeling, and etc.) to eliminate the need to find a company for each area and eliminates the need for subcontractors, and the company’s long-term goal to build smart homes.

The company’s experience is not just limited to Alberto’s advanced programming skills, knowledge in technology, and corporate accounting, but includes Flavio Damasceno’s 15 plus years of experience in construction, and Arlene’s many years of experience in home decor and eye for matching textures and patterns. The three of them have put what they know together into the company to produce a very unique business model to the home services industry.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
So far the company has been growing and expanding at a pace that we are satisfied with!

Alright – so let’s talk business. Tell us about DeJesus Industries LLC – what should we know?
DeJesus Industries is known for luxury home renovations and remodeling. We help homeowners invest in their home to maximize their value and potential!

We are most proud of our heavy technology integration, which clients have expressed is what they truly love about us. They also love that some of our services are already available online to purchase instead of having to wait for an appointment to get an estimate.

Clients also love that our advisors are trained experts in their field and take the extra step to make sure everything is properly done as if it was their own home!

Any shoutouts? Who else deserves credit in this story – who has played a meaningful role?
We would like to especially thank American Express, Wells Fargo, and The Home Depot in their efforts in assisting DeJesus Industries to become an outstanding and exceptional company.

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