Owner Ed Shriner says that owning a franchise has given him the flexibility to spend more time with his three children, one of whom was born with Down syndrome. He says the 7-year-old is “adorable, sweet and stubborn” and also the inspiration for a partnership with enAble of Georgia, a non-profit that provides employment and residential services and activities for challenged individuals.
The non-profit was one of Shriner’s first clients. “I endeavored to help them,” he said, by telling them he would match the lowest quote they received. He now provides reduced rates for floor installations for the group’s homes and facilities.