Thankful 2019November 28, 2019 4:10 pm
It’s that time of year that we start to think about all we are grateful for. At Arch Electric, we have so much to be thankful for on a daily basis, but in the spirit of Thanksgiving, we would like to share with you just a few of those things.
As with any business there can seem to be a constant stream of staff change, but we have been so blessed to have many loyal employees working for us, even several that are from the same family – husbands & wives, brothers, sisters, & in-laws. It is truly amazing that our staff love their jobs so much that they recruit their family to come work for us!
2. Our customers:
We wouldn’t be where we are today without our clients. We are thankful for the many businesses and individuals who have trusted the Arch team throughout the years. We are always honored to be chosen as someone’s solar contractor and love that we get to work hand in hand with you to save our environment.
3. Our suppliers & partners
Our suppliers play such an important role within our business, without them we wouldn’t be able to get the product for your system or be able to offer you the best quality for the best price. Our suppliers have bent over backwards for us and for that we are eternally grateful!
4. Our industry/technology
Really, without this industry and the ever-growing technology in it, we would be nowhere. We are grateful for the intelligent minds that keep investigating ways to make solar even more productive and cost effective than it already is.
And last but not least….
5. The Sun:
You can’t have solar power without the sun so this one is a little obvious. As we like to say here at Arch, “When you have a solar spill, it’s called a nice day”
Wrapping it it all up we just want to reiterate it once again, how grateful we are for all of you and hope that your holiday season is filled with love & laughter.
“Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus” Thessalonians 5: 16-18
This post was written by Jolynn VanGinkel