Locally owned and operated Quality PM Inc. is celebrating 15 years in business, growing from handling small home repairs, lawn maintenance and snow removal to offer large-scale remodeling as well as residential and commercial construction. The company owns and maintains several properties within the Town of Bethlehem.
“Quality PM has grown substantially since we started in 2003,” said Gregg Biche, founder and president. “We started with small repairs and have expanded into large additions, kitchens and bathrooms. We have built single families homes and have turned aging buildings and abandoned lots into commercial retail and office space.”
To set itself apart from competition, the company focuses on constantly changing remodeling and construction trends by attending annual trade and training events around the country. Employees are active in organizations including Capital Region Building and Remodelers Association, National Kitchen & Bath Association, and National Association of Home Builders as well as the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce which provide support to help small businesses like Quality PM succeed.
Behind the scenes, community development and charitable projects are also priorities for the company led by the Bethlehem native.
While Quality PM signs can be found at many properties around town, they are also a familiar sight at community events and improvement projects. The company recently completed the installation of a 100-foot zip line at Bethlehem’s Eagle Elementary School, in addition to a spider climber that they added to the playground last year.
The company promotes local events such as the annual Turkey Trot to benefit the Bethlehem Food Pantry and First Night Bethlehem. They donate to local charities including the Bethlehem Community Fund, To! Life, Bethlehem Opportunities Unlimited, Best Buddies and Ring of Hope.
They support youth sports including Tri-Village Little League, Bethlehem Tomboys, Bethlehem Youth Hockey, and Bethlehem Lacrosse Club.
“This community has given much to us and now we want to give back. There are many organizations that are part of our everyday lives. Whether it is youth sports, community events or local charities, they depend on partnerships with area businesses,” said Biche.
In addition to local programs, Biche has been actively involved in raising funds to send refugees and other kids in need to YMCA Camp Chingachook each summer.