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TAG Homes, Inc.

Thomas A Gennusa III

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With more than 15 years in the construction business, TAG Homes, Inc. is a licensed general contractor company owned and operated by Thomas A. Gennusa III. “Our team is accountable for daily supervision and never settles for ‘good enough’ as an appropriate response,” says Gennusa. TAG provides residential and commercial construction services with a focus on large residential homes and medium-sized commercial projects.

 What is your business philosophy? Our business is construction, but our passion is building relationships. We focus on building relationships through each project we undertake as a resume for our future and the future of our communities. Our motto is “No Surprises.”  

What sets you apart from your competitors? We excel in leadership by emphasizing five areas: pre-construction, construction, accountability, team and communication. Success begins during pre-construction to identify solutions, analyze budget, and obtain ideas to meet our clients’ goals. We work as a team to design your living environment and identify criteria that adds value. This mindset is carried forward, from planning to coordination and allows our team to execute with one goal in mind: Yours.

What are some things you need to know to best help you clients? TAG wants to know how you live, work and play in and around the home. “Living” helps define adjacent spaces, “works” defines function and “play” helps us understand your family expression. This all ties into our philosophy of building relationships with our clients one project at a time.
 

4405 N. Interstate 10 Service Road W, No. 100 | Metairie | 888-3897
builtbytag.com

 

 

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