LACC Spotlight on Magic Garage Spotlight

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to spotlight one of its newest members, Magic Garage Cleaners, which offers an elite service in garage cleaning, power washing, junk removal, epoxy flooring, industrial flooring, custom organization, painting and other vast home improvement services. Here is an interview with Magic Garage Cleaners’ owner Michael Dudas.

Magic Garage Cleaners

517 S. Livingston Ave. #5

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Livingston, NJ 07039

http://www.magicgaragecleaners.com

 

Owners: Michael Dudas & David Panes

Established: September 2013

Q: What types of services do you offer?

A: Services Offered:  Garage Cleaning, Power Washing, Junk Removal, Basement Cleaning, Attic Cleaning, Clean Outs, Custom Flooring for Garages, Basements, and Home Improvement Services, and Snow Removal.

Q: What makes your service unique?

A: What makes us special: “Magic That Makes The Mess Disappear” TM. We offer the finest level of services that nobody wants to do, or ever thought existed.

Q: What is your position at the company?

A: I am the Co-Founder and CFO of the company and also acting role in 99 percent of the hands-on work.

Q: What is your favorite thing about working in Livingston?

A: My favorite thing about Livingston is that this is where I was born and grew up for half my life.

Q: What made you choose this profession?

A: I chose to go into this profession to be my own boss.

Q: If your business was an animal, what animal would it be?

A: If our business was an animal we would most likely gear toward a dog. We are caring, accepting, and geared toward the needs of all of our customers.

Q: Where did you go to school? If you could do it all over again, would you do differently?

A: I went to the University of Florida for business. If I could do it all over again, I would major in Criminal Justice and become a Marine Recon.

Q: What is your most frequently asked question?

A: Most frequently asked question, “Do you guys do any home improvements?”

Q: What is your favorite part of the workday or workweek?

A: My favorite part of the workday or week is Saturday, spending quality time with my five-month-old baby girl.

Q: If you could service any celebrity, who would it be?

A: If I could service any celebrity as a client, I would serve Johnny Depp. He is such a true gentleman and I would love to hear his life stories.

Q: What are you most passionate about?

A: I am most passionate about my family and business. Without them, I would be nothing.

Q: Who is your biggest hero?

A: My hero is my father. He has been through thick and thin and always come out on top.

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