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Carbon Footprint seeks cleaning crews, construction workers for projects in Grand Haven, Muskegon

Carbon Footprint Home Improvement and Carbon Footprint Building Detailers have job openings in Grand Haven and Muskegon, and they're looking to hire cleaners and construction workers to fill those positions.

Tracy Lorenz, owner of both companies, says he needs at least five seasonal employees during the busy summer months to keep up with demand for Building Detailers. The company cleans rental cottages on Lake Michigan on Saturdays to prepare the cottages for the next guests. Cleaners assigned to those cottages would work alone.

The company also does post-construction cleanup after building and remodeling projects, when cleaning crews of up to eight people would do the work. And Lorenz has ongoing work cleaning commercial properties, such as, the Muskegon Area Chamber of Commerce.

"We want people who like to clean; people who love to go into a place that's not right and make it right," he says. "We use all green cleaning products, like low VOC cleaning materials, to keep the place as earth-friendly as possible."

Lorenz says he's also looking for three licensed builders who can handle a variety of construction projects to work for Carbon Footprint Home Improvement as contract labor, to start, with the possibility of becoming full-time. The company's focus is green home construction, mainly kitchen and bath remodels, deck construction, roof repairs and replacements, and painting.

"We're looking for well-rounded licensed builders. We want someone we can send in to do tile work or painting or whatever the job needs," Lorenz says. "I could use two right now, and the third will be needed when the jobs come in over the summer."

For more information about the companies, or to inquire about the jobs, click here.

Source: Tracy Lorenz, Carbon Footprint, LLC
Writer: Deborah Johnson Wood, Development News Editor
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