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Tom Hignite

President

Miracle Homes Inc

HQ Phone:  (262) 628-9091

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Miracle Homes Inc

1977 Mayfield Rd

Richfield, Wisconsin,53076

United States

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www.jsonline.com

"We've had people come out to our job sites and try to court our rough carpenters," said Tom Hignite, owner of Miracle Home Builders, in Richfield.
"I'll drive up to the site now and it's not unusual for me to see one of my competitor's vans parked out in front. Short of putting up a chain-link fence, there's no way to keep that out." But Hignite said he himself isn't averse to taking down the name of a subcontracting company if he drives by a competitor's home-construction site and sees a crew whose work he likes. Hignite said rough carpenters - those who build the framing of a house - are tougher to find because they labor outside in cold weather and sometimes work in high places.


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Tom Hignite, President, Miracle Homes, Inc.


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A Few Candid Observations from Miracle Homes Founder Tom Hignite


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That's just Tom Hignite doing what he loves to do.
Hignite, the owner of Miracle Homes, is putting up a house that looks like the famous train station - one of the California theme park's most recognizable buildings because it's in the background of the often-photographed flower display of Mickey Mouse.


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Tom Hignite recognizes the importance of religious honesty. The founder and manager of Richfield-based Miracle Homes Inc. ends advertisements for the homebuilding company by acknowledging he runs a Christian-based business. He speaks freely about how he wove his Christian beliefs into his company operations. Religion is never a part of business transactions, it plays no role in hiring, and it has no influence over whom he takes on as clients. "We never probe," he said. "We trust that God will put the right people in our office." He said the characteristics of a Christian person apply directly to the foundation of a Christian business. Sometimes it's as simple as treating others the way you want others to treat you. Hignite isn't alone.


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