Tuesday, June 21, 2011

House Doctors featured on The 33 CW

House Doctors was recently featured in a segment called "DFW Close Up" on The 33 CW in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX. Bill Farley of the DFW House Doctors talked about mold, what causes it and how to prevent it. Check out the full video below:

Friday, June 17, 2011

House Doctors featured on WNEP News 16!

Ed and Bill Shoener of House Doctors of Scranton recently did a segment with WNEP News 16 on Live with Leckey. Ed and Bill demonstrated ways to protect your home against summer storm season, how to properly caulk and seal door frames and how to repair your roof. Their three segments can be seen below.

House Doctors featured in Time Leader

House Doctors was recently featured in an article in the Times Leader, titled “Father, sons mix work, family: Shoeners share special bond, talented and advice.” In the article, Scranton-area franchisees, Ed and Bill Shoener, discussed their father/son business dynamic. Bill Shoener, who worked as a handyman while in college earning two degrees, asked his dad for business assistance when he decided to go into business for himself. The two decided to open a franchise location of House Doctors, and now service portions of Luzerne, Lackawanna, Wyoming, Susquehanna, Wayne, Pike and Monroe counties. The article discusses how working with family has allowed both father and son to develop a deep appreciation for one another. Click here to view the full article!

Father, sons mix work, family
By Andrew M. Seder

F ather’s Day for many dads out there arrives on Sunday. For Ed Shoener, every day is Father’s Day. The 56-year-old Minooka resident owns one business, where he employs his eldest son, Rob, and helps his youngest son, Bill, run his own business. While Ed admits the father-son relationship can be strained when the employer-employee factor is thrown into the mix, he said that for the most part it’s been a rewarding experience. “It’s good to see them mature and succeed,” Ed said. And his sons are appreciative of his helping hand, too.

Ed has operated his own business, Shoener Environmental in Dickson City, for 15 years. The firm also has an office in Portage and San Diego. His son Rob, 30, was working as an engineer at another firm in the San Diego area, but when the economy soured he was looking for work. He joined his dad’s firm in 2007 and in the future will likely become a part owner.

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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

House Doctors featured in G.I. Jobs

House Doctors was featured in GI Jobs in a cover story titled “Franchises that Fit, Why Home-based franchises are ideal for America’s Returning Veterans”, that tells military readers all about House Doctors, and the success of one of its many military franchisees. The article highlights five brands that are a perfect match for military veterans. Jarrod Kossen is also quoted on why House Doctors is a great business for other military veterans to get involved with. Read the full story below:

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