For several years, Tailored Living® and Budget Blinds® have participated in home renovations with NBC’s hit TV show, George to the Rescue (GTTR), where families and communities in need receive remodeling and renovation help with home improvements for those who aren’t able to get something similar to these home improvement loans. Host George Oliphant is […]
Tailored Living® and its sister brand, Budget Blinds®, are once again partnering with the highly popular TV show, George to the Rescue (GTTR), to help a family in crisis. The show features home improvement guru George Oliphant as he tackles home and community remodeling projects that benefit families and community organizations in need. This renovation is for […]
Home Franchise Concepts Partners With George To The Rescue to Renovate Living Space for a Young Widow and Her Children
ORANGE, CA – (March 2017) Home Franchise Concepts (HFC), parent company of Budget Blinds® and Tailored Living®, has entered into partnership once again with the highly popular TV show, George to the Rescue (GTTR). This time, they’ll be installing custom closet organization systems and window coverings for Stacey Lederman and her two children, who recently […]
Tailored Living and it’s sister company Budget Blinds are joining forces once again with NBC’s hit home renovation show, George to the Rescue. The upcoming episode, airing October 12th and 13th, features Staff Sergeant Sandra Lee, a veteran who bravely completed eight years of Honorable Service as a Civil Affairs Specialist during Operation Iraqi Freedom; […]
Tailored Living will once again partner with NBC’s George Oliphant to help renovate a home for a deserving veteran on an upcoming episode of George to the Rescue!
Tailored Living will showcase their home organization skills with a custom craft room for the recipient. We would like to thank our franchisees in the New Jersey area […]
When the Gonzalez-Matos family was ready to renovate their basement for their expanding family and a place to gather, little did they know this 3 month project would last 3 years. With countless roadblocks and thousands of dollars spent, there seemed to be no end in sight. NBC’s George to the Rescue reached out to […]