This is understandable, I apologies for the grammar. I do have a hectic schedule between college, full time work, and car audio on the side. I will try to catch more of them as I go along and I am aware of the erros on the website currently.Not trying to be a hater, but if your going to try and become a professional installer and have your own website. You need to run spell check on that shit.
There's vs Mine (sorry but messing up theirs vs there's is killing my OCD.)
I mean I could go through your about page and find at least 20 grammar and spelling mistakes. That doesn't scream professionalism to me. If your website is trying to say you take the time to solder and save screws, but you can't take the time to proofread your own website I would be looking up the next guy in town with a decent website to work on my ride..
You can't say best buy has poor installation standards. The correct response would be that the store you worked at had horrible installers. The bay I worked in trumped even the best shops out there. The reason for that is because we had a team of installers that took an extreme pride in our work and cared about our image as individual installers.Not a problem, being that I worked for Best Buy install bay for 2 weeks and quit simply because of their poor quality and lack of respect for people's cars. Than working for 2 others shops in my area, I know that my work is much better than theirs even as far as wiring. Not all my customers are dropping 8k for a system so I do not expect all my systems to be show quality.