Photographer/graphic designer … like I was before wood took over my life.
Either paramedic or pizza maker. Still not sure if I made the right career choice…
Probably be dead from trying to play music for a living.
I will keep this answer to myself. Let’s just say, “Thank God for my uncles!”
Plastic flooring, and hating it.
Custom fabricator working on Harleys and race cars.
My second career choice, in the event I can no longer be a flooring contractor, would be a career in fashion.
Working at Costco making the big bucks!
Probably law enforcement like my parents.
Cowboyin’ or veterinarian.
Probably back to the fire department.
Mowing yards. Basically the same thing as floors.
Scuba instructing full-time.
Wholesaler of wood floors.
White collar criminal … duh!
Well, if I went with my degree I should be a physicist … but ya, still banging boards...
Wood something else.
If i wasn't doing hardwood, it probably means I couldn't cut it as a hardwood guy. Pretty much just leaves drywaller or painter as an option.
Legal secretary. Came back to the flooring business to work with my family. Now we are three generations.
Musician. Applied myself in flooring more. Campfires only now.
I don't know ... maybe ruling the Earth.
My former field: Bicycle and ski technician/race tech.
Daniel O. Saucedo
Own my tire business.
Tile … but I'm doing tile, as well … lol.
Carpentry, but knowing what I know now I'd be an electrician. Work smarter not harder.
Tile or stone.
I started doing online college classes while still doing floors. Made for some long days and almost no weekends for four years. After 10 years of doing floors, I started as an entry-level accountant. Ten years later I am now an accounting manager for a publicly traded company.
Recreational land manager/land realtor.
Police detective. Oh wait, I do that now along with flooring. Haha.
Sandwich shop and bee keeping.
Welding and fabrication.
Commercial fishing, as I did before wood floors.
Teaching math and science.
Commercial artist. My original intention out of high school. Forty-five years later … I'm still a hardwood flooring contractor. Lol.
Probably doing a little bit of strange for a little bit of change.
Something outdoors hopefully.
Prize fighting most likely.
Something in boutique food manufacturing, probably using NZ-grown and manufacturing for export.
Well, if I quit now I would probably go try to be a supervisor for a construction company. But if I had never gotten into it in the first place I'd probably be a mechanic.
Professional chair tester.
BBQ food truck.
Staci Sour Martinez
Weld, which I do as well already.
Nicholas C Maxson
Should have opened a pizza shop instead.
Professional poker player.
Be a big pharma CEO.
Growing weed. Was a nice change actually when I did.
Flooring is my side hustle. Been in the commercial airline business going on 37 years.
I'm a certified welder … so that.
Randy Golaszewski Sr.
I would probably be president or a circus clown.