Entrepreneur with a Family Owned Business. Construction Consultant with expertise in drywall. Located in Fullerton, California.
Alberto Mordoki discusses the evolution of his career and businesses to help aspiring entrepreneurs in the trades develop a plan for success.
While hard to believe, it’s been over half a year since the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has taken an unprecedented toll around the world.
"My name is Alberto Mordoki and I started my construction company in 2012 when I wanted to involve my son and daughter in my work."
Becoming an entrepreneur and starting a company comes with risks and challenges, particularly now during the current COVID-19 pandemic and economic recession, with many businesses facing significant economic losses or even bankruptcy.
There is no denying that technology has completely reshaped the construction industry. Contractors have quickly taken notice of the technological advancements in their field and learned that not only are these new technologies convenient and efficient, they are also necessary if they wish to remain competitive in their field.
Alberto Mordoki, operations manager of a California-based construction company, spoke about the importance of ambition in terms of overcoming obstacles and finding success in a recent interview with Thrive Global.
If you’re looking to save money and are handy around the house, you may think that you can perform any home renovations yourself. After all, any information you could possibly need is on Google, right? Before starting his own construction company, Alberto Mordoki of Fullerton, California, managed a host of contracting projects, including home renovations.
Homeowners tend to feel like there’s always something that could be worked on or improved in their home. Looking to make it as comfortable, functional, and trendy as possible, many people are able to find something that is in need of replacement, repair, or improvement, and that is where contractors come in.
As contractors know, there are certain tools that they need to have on hand at all times. No matter what field of contracting you’re in, there are some tools that are universally used. Alberto Mordoki is a contractor and entrepreneur from Fullerton, California who has used almost every tool imaginable. He shares his insight into the tools that every contractor needs to have in their tool belt at all times.
Before starting his own construction company in 2012, Alberto Mordoki of Fullerton, California, managed a large number of contracting projects, including home and commercial building renovations. In many cases, Alberto took over a project that had been done poorly by an unreliable contractor or homeowner.
Contractors often work inside homes when performing renovations. During the current global pandemic, it is not easy for families to vacate their homes during the renovation process and as such, contractors have to be extra aware of how to keep their clients and workers safe.
Some home improvements increase the resale value of the home while others can actually decrease the value. The money that homeowners spend on home improvements usually increases the value of the home by the same amount spent. But in many cases, strategic improvements significantly increase a home’s value, even if the improvement itself was inexpensive.
Alberto Mordoki, the operations manager of a California-based construction company, recently offered his expert insight on why Developers and home-owners should hire a certified contractor to renovate their home in a recent article for Bit Rebels.
Alberto Mordoki started his construction company in 2012 when he wanted to involve his son and daughter in his business. The company is involved in construction and drywall installation and taping as well as suspended ceilings for residential and commercial properties in Fullerton, California.
In the past, he was the owner of another drywall company, but at a certain point due to economic changes during a recession he got out of the drywall business and worked solo with a few helpers and subcontractors, working on fixer uppers, and working directly with homeowners.
The work consisted in all aspects of construction, from framing, plumbing, electrical, roofing drywall, painting, and finishes.
On several jobs we offered interior design helping homeowners decide what type of furniture and colors would be best for their homes.