CertaPro Painters of Knoxville

“Painting is Personal”

CertaPro PaintersThis month Everything Knoxville is proud to feature local area entrepreneurs and husband and wife team, Jeff and Joann Brown. Owners of CertaPro Painters here in East Tennessee, Jeff and Joann offer both their residential and commercial painting customers an entirely unique experience and a level of craftsmanship and service you might have thought no longer existed in the painting and contracting marketplace.

Jeff and Joann provide each client the certainty of a job well done, backed up with one of the best reputations and warranties in the industry. CertaPro Painters offers their customers an unparalleled level of service that sets the standard for the rest of the industry. Their professional local team is available to answer all your questions and provide you with a detailed written proposal. Their on-site project managers oversee the job to make sure the customer’s expectations are met, and they then have an independent Quality Assurance team follow up with the customer to see how they would rate their experience. The CertaPro team is truly dedicated to a continuous improvement service process.

EK: CertaPro Painters offers an uncommon experience in both the residential and commercial painting marketplace. Why has this been so successful for you?

Jeff: We strive to operate with a simple business philosophy. Our core values as a company are:

  • To always deliver what we promise, which to us means you will not be surprised. You can be assured that we will always deliver superior service that is on time and on budget.
  • Respect the individual. We are a company with a culture of respect. Respect for our employees, respect for our community, and respect for you, our customers.
  • Have pride in what you do. We are painting experts. To that point, we take personal pride in all of our work. We engage in a “pride walk” at the end of every job with our customers before any payments are due.
  • Practice continuous improvement. We believe there is always room to improve how we paint your home or business, how we communicate with our customers, and how we build relationships. We work hard to ensure we carry out our values on every job, and our goal is to make it easy for our customers to do business with CertaPro.

EK: CertaPro Painters places significant emphasis on communication that seems to be lacking in your industry. Explain.

Joann: From the initial phone call, we strive to ensure we are available at a convenient time to perform our estimate, ensuring everyone in the decision process is available at the estimate. We walk the project with the customer and provide a detailed, written proposal on site. Further, we pledge to ensure we meet not only the painting detail, but the lifestyle arrangements as well. We have learned a lot throughout the years to ensure we ask the right questions to minimize inconvenience for our customers. Our communication is geared to make it easy on you! We feel people would do more work around their homes if it was easier to have contractors perform the work!

EK: Briefly explain how CertaPro differs from the common painting experience.

Jeff: We view our business as a service business first and foremost, and painting is our product. So, we emphasize continuous improvement on what we refer to as “Certa Basics.” Our basics focus on the fundamentals of excellent service. Our 11 Certa Basics are geared toward ensuring our painters, carpenters, and other craftsmen understand we are doing more than painting and contracting – we are focused on making the experience one where our customers say, “wow, that was a great experience!”

EK: CertaPro was recently honored with Angie’s List’s 2013 Super Service Award. Why is this recognition so important?

Joann: It is important because it is an independent confirmation of our success and a platform to learn how we can continue to improve our services. Angie’s List is the leader in third party information on how contractors are performing. The recognition validates our commitment to our services and allows us a source of information to practice continuous improvement!

EK: How do your clients benefit from having a project manager on-site at each project?

Jeff: Our process is to ensure we perform a pre-job walk at the start of every project. We attempt to have our salesperson, job site supervisor, and our customers review the project at the very start to ensure all parties are on the same page from the outset. We have had great success with this process. Then, our service manager visits jobs daily to ensure our processes are being followed, our product quality is excellent, and any customer concerns or questions are answered timely. So, we employ a job site supervisor on every job and a service manager to monitor overall product quality and customer satisfaction.

EK: Tell our readers about the CertaPro Painters’ warranty and your independent Quality Assurance team.

Joann: We offer a two-year written warranty on all residential projects, which is detailed on all of our proposals. In addition, we employ a third party service that calls or emails our customers requesting a response to a feedback survey. We are very proud to say that year in and year out, approximately 98% of our customers would refer us to their friends and family, and approximately 80+% scored us a perfect 10/10 on the overall survey!

EK: CertaPro Painters offers services beyond just residential and commercial painting. What are some of those services?

Jeff: As we have grown as a company during the last 11 years, we have added team members that are able to perform more than painting, so we have slowly and methodically added services as we had staff at all levels to estimate, plan, execute, and manage these services. We perform all the basic painting and related services to include drywall work, wallpaper installation/removal, texture coatings, staining, etc. Over time we expanded those services to include concrete staining, coating brick, painting cabinetry, and interior and exterior light carpentry. In the past few years, we have expanded services to include deck construction/rebuild, remodeling, tile work, and full-service interior and exterior carpentry.

EK: It would appear that your objective is to provide your customers with a broader selection of services and more of a turn-key, one source experience.

Joann: Yes, it is. Our vision has always been to expand our services related to normal home improvement tasks and become a one-stop shop for certain home improvement that fit our expertise. If it is a minor home improvement project, chances are we can do it!

EK: Existing and potential new clients have got to appreciate your website. They can obtain assistance in estimating a project’s cost, get help selecting colors, schedule service, read reviews, and much more. Just what has been their response?

Jeff: We have many clients that use our website for a great source of information and validation. We have hundreds of reviews on our site, a list of services, a gallery, and you can even schedule your free estimate online very easily. We recently have set up a mobile app as well. Check it out, and see how easy it can be to work with us!

EK: How can homeowners and commercial customers learn more about the CertaPro Painters difference or any ongoing specials you may be offering?

Joann: We are always looking for ways to ensure we provide more value to our clients and run different specials throughout the year. The best way to find out more about our services and your project is to call us for a no obligation, free estimate and consultation about your project. We have a well-trained commercial and residential sales and estimating team to assist our customers.

EK: In closing, is there anything else you would like to say to our readers?

Jeff: At CertaPro, we truly enjoy our commitment to making our projects easy on our customers with outstanding service, all at very competitive prices. We have grown our sales 11 straight years and improved our services each year as well. We are very proud of our outstanding team at CertaPro. We certainly are continuing to work hard to provide a valuable service to the community and hope you will give CertaPro the opportunity to quote your next project!

CertaPro Painters of Knoxville
3915 Papermill Drive
Knoxville, TN 37909

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Knoxville Christian School

Discover a Life-Changing Investment in the Future of Your Children

Knoxville Christian SchoolOur children’s futures impact not only our community but our world as well. Each child has the potential to directly or indirectly impact the lives of thousands of others, for good or bad, during his or her lifetime. Just how they impact their futures and the futures of others is often determined very early in life, largely at home and at school.

Today’s parents are finding it increasingly more difficult to find the sound educational environment for their children, particularly if the wish for it includes a Christ-centered foundation. Fortunately, Knoxville offers a premier Christian education for young people from Pre-K3 through 12th grade with both a spiritual basis and outstanding scholastic program. Located on a rolling 77-acre campus in West Knoxville, Knoxville Christian School offers students a full range of educational and athletic opportunities. Students’ test scores exceed local, state, and national averages, resulting in 96% of graduates pursuing degrees at major colleges.

Their mission is an important one: Develop children spiritually, emotionally, academically, and physically with Jesus as the standard and the Bible as their foundation, preparing them to be Godly representatives in their community, church, and home. But perhaps, most importantly, Knoxville Christian School offers students a spiritual foundation whose standard is the Lord Jesus Christ. A foundation not commonly found in today’s educational environment. A foundation that becomes the building block upon which a child learns and applies what they have learned later in life.

Would you like to learn more about Knoxville Christian School? There are two upcoming opportunities. Open Houses will be held on April 17th and May 6th. Information sessions will be held from 9-10 am and tours from 10-11 am. Discover firsthand how you can make a life-changing investment in the future of your children and just why Knoxville Christian School’s attendance has tripled during the last three years.

Knoxville Christian School
11549 Snyder Road off Campbell Station Road
Knoxville, TN 37932

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RiverView Family Farm

Eggcitement for the Entire Family

RiverView Family FarmLooking for a fun-filled, family-friendly Easter event the entire family can enjoy? Go to RiverView Family Farm for an Easter Egg Hunt on the farm.

RiverView Family Farm is a 213-year-old working cattle farm that has been in the family since 1801. Nestled along the Tennessee River, this picturesque landscape was once part of a 2,000 acre land grant.

On Friday and Saturday, April 18th and 19th, you and your family can create unforgettable memories as you join in RiverView’s Easter Egg Hunt, hayrides, and activities. You’ll enjoy music, refreshments, and the opportunity to interact with RiverView’s farm animals. The egg hunt is a continuous hunt that your children may participate in at any time during your visit. RiverView Family Farm offers a fun-filled opportunity for your entire family while enjoying the teaching and learning opportunities offered by visiting a genuine working cattle farm.

Are you looking for a venue to transform an ordinary event into an extraordinary event? RiverView Family Farm is the perfect venue for just about any type of outdoor event you might imagine, including birthdays, weddings, graduations, corporate, you name it. Consider moving your next event to the wide open, out-of-door space at RiverView Family Farm.

RiverView Family Farm is known for their custom beef. The farm has served the community for more than 50 years. Order pasture raised grass or grain fed beef specialty cut for your family. Your custom order comes from RiverView’s closed herd of Black Angus cattle raised on their farm.

The Easter Egg Hunt is Friday and Saturday, April 18th and 19th, from 11 am to 4 pm. Admission is $9. Bring your Easter basket and hunt for the golden egg!

RiverView Family Farm
12130 Prater Lane
Knoxville, TN 37922
Events: 865.603.9347
Beef: 865.966.9063

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Turning “What Ifs” into “Can Dos”

By Tom Irmen

I frequently engage in “what if” conversations with our advertising partners, where we debate the impact on our own small businesses if we were to adopt the business model of a competitor. Frequently, these competitors have introduced a business model that appears compelling – one that might gain traction, resulting in a competitive advantage.

New ideas and initiatives designed to enhance a business’s value proposition can come from many sources, including our competitors. Many entrepreneurs are quick to dismiss a competitor’s business model, justifying instead why their own business model is superior.

I witnessed firsthand how the senior executives of one Fortune 500 company summarily dismiss the competitive threat of a new competitive product called “stretch wrap.” Dismissed as a “flash in the pan,” their decision to ignore reality cost them and many hundreds, perhaps thousands, of their devoted employees their jobs. By the time they accepted their new marketplace reality, the die had been cast, relegating them to the bottom ring on the competitive ladder.

Carefully consider your competition’s business model, examining the potential for adopting, and perhaps improving upon, a competitive initiative that will help you advance your company’s value proposition in the minds and eyes of both your existing and prospective customers.

When we first launched our companion publication, East Tennessee’s Mountain Views, we carefully evaluated our competition’s business models and in turn offered advertisers and readers a much greater perceived value than that offered by our competitors. During the early months, we continued to refine our evolving business to gain even further competitive advantages, and in less than one year’s time, we earned the dominant market position. An established company with 10+ years of marketplace experience, our principal competitor ignored early warning signs and failed to act. My best estimate is that they lost well over 50% of their advertising revenue in just the first year alone.

Don’t ignore your competition.

It’s disheartening to lose a customer to a competitor. But rather than to attack your former customer’s loyalty, your time would be better invested in understanding why your customer chose your competitor instead of you.

If your competition offers a perceived value greater than that offered by your small business, act. Don’t just adopt your competitor’s perceived advantages – improve on them, and then thank them for making you better and providing your customers with a product or service of far greater perceived value.

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Art Market Gallery

April is for Art

Bidding for good buys at the Art Market Gallery

After the snowiest and coldest winter in recent memory, we’re finally thawing out with the prettiest time of year in East Tennessee. April in Knoxville may highlight dogwoods in bloom, but it also showcases the annual Silent Auction at the Art Market Gallery, a downtown must-visit destination for original fine art and fine craft by East Tennessee artists.

Prices at this artists’ cooperative are very affordable to begin with, but the opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind work for even less has always been a special incentive for art-lovers and gift-givers, making the month-long Silent Auction very popular. This April’s auction is offering a greater and more diverse selection of art to bid on than last year’s very successful event, since more than 60 member-artists have donated works. Traditional month-long bidding opens at 50% of an item’s stated value, but a new option is featured for 2014: The first person to pay 80% of its retail value may go home with it on the spot!

Besides this always anticipated annual event, the Art Market Gallery features two of its gallery members in a monthly exhibit, with the opening reception taking place during downtown Knoxville’s First Friday Art Walk. April’s featured artists are Diana Scott-Auger of Greenback, who paints in acrylic, and Harriet Smith Howell of Rutledge, who makes silk-scarf wearable art. The opening reception, with complimentary refreshments and live music by the Tennessee Valley Accidentals, will be held Friday, April 4, from 5:30 to 9 pm. The Silent Auction and Featured Artist exhibits will be on display until Sunday, April 27.

Every piece of fine art and craft in the Art Market Gallery is unique and handmade, from paintings to jewelry, stained glass to fiber, intricate wood-turnings to functional pottery, leather, metal, photography, and so much more. Nothing is manufactured. No commercial prints are sold.

Owned and operated by more than 60 professional artists, the Art Market Gallery is located at 422 S. Gay Street, next to Downtown Grill & Brewery. Hours are 11 am to 6 pm Tuesday through Saturday, 11 am to 9 pm Friday, and 1 to 5 pm Sunday. Parking in the abutting garage and on the street is free on weekends and after 6 pm weekdays.

Art Market Gallery
422 S. Gay Street
Knoxville, TN 37902

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Consign To Design

Go Beyond Just Spring Cleaning

By Kristi Hickey, Co-owner of Consign To Design

Consign To DesignWarmer weather turns our thoughts to spring, and, for many of us, sprucing up our home’s interior and exterior after a long, cold, and snowy winter. But why not go beyond just your typical spring cleaning this season with a home makeover?

How about replacing those living room lamps or adding a coffee table? You’ve often considered an Oriental rug in the dining room. Or how about some beautiful wall art featuring the wonder and charm of Tennessee’s mist-shrouded Great Smoky Mountains from renowned artist Robert Tino?

Last year you said you were hoping to replace your outdoor living area furniture. What about a new headboard, footboard, and bed frame for your guest bedroom, or maybe just a few new home décor items to help accent your home’s interior?

What’s stopping you? With Consign To Design as a solution, it can’t be finances.

If you haven’t visited us recently, or if you have never visited us, I would like to personally invite you to visit our 10,000 square foot showroom and discover furniture, rugs, home décor, art, and more from the nation’s top manufacturers at prices that will truly amaze you. Why leave money at the table when you can furnish a room or an entire home at up to 80% off full retail? Select from Lane, Pennsylvania House, and Henredon, just to name a few of the dozens of manufacturers whose furniture we sell.

Where does all this furniture come from you might ask? Well, from homes just like yours – homes where people are relocating, downsizing, redecorating, becoming empty nesters, and estate sales.

So if you’re ready to jump on your spring housekeeping chores this season, why not leap on in to Consign To Design and go beyond the ordinary to extraordinary? Put some bling into your home this spring.

Consign To Design
10420-D Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37922

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Camel Custom Canvas Shop

Things to Know Before Purchasing a Retractable Awning

By Christian Cain, Owner of Camel Custom Canvas Shop

There are a great many reasons homeowners purchase a retractable awning. Oftentimes people are trying to reduce the ultraviolet rays that can damage their home’s interior and furnishings. Some try to reduce their utility bills. Others make their outdoor living areas more enjoyable by reducing their direct exposure to the sun. It’s like adding an outdoor room! Whatever the reason, many homeowners are confused by the large selection of retractable awnings they have to select from and the many conflicting claims made by manufacturers and distributors.

I feel that I offer a rather unique perspective of the retractable awning industry that may be of benefit to you should you be considering a retractable awning. At Camel Custom Canvas Shop, we have been manufacturing and installing custom-made retractable awnings for 30 years. All we purchase is the fabric and the hardware. We manufacture our retractable awnings one at a time to meet the individual needs of each of our customers. We do not offer a one-size-fits-all approach.

Several years ago I investigated the different retractable awning options that were available to homeowners and actually decided to become a distributor for one of the better nationally known retractable awning companies. I was amazed by their national advertising campaigns and the potential for new business that this opportunity presented.

But my experiences with this brand of retractable awnings led me to discontinue my distributorship at the end of its term. I discovered that the promised savings to the homeowner was often elusive. Homeowners were often offered limited options and upgrades, frequently resulting in these retractable awnings costing far more than other higher quality, custom-made retractable awnings that were available. I also discovered that these companies typically had full-time representatives whose only job was to handle homeowner complaints and quality related issues.

Conversely, in our 30 years of experience, we have only had to replace four retractable awnings. Our superior quality, attention to detail, professional installation, and after-the-sale service has produced a level of customer satisfaction that has exceeded most homeowners’ expectations.

Considering a retractable awning? Give Camel Custom Canvas Shop a call today!

Camel Custom Canvas Shop

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Central Baptist Bearden

Archaeological Discovery in Turkey Opens New Possibilities for Knoxville Bible Studies

World-Renowned Biblical Scholar, Dr. Ben Witherington, Explores the Implications

central-baptistThe Roy & Joyce Cope Wyatt Lecture Series Featuring Dr. Ben Witherington
Central Baptist Bearden
April 27-28-29 at 7 pm each evening

Last year the Roy & Joyce Cope Wyatt Lecture Series was established at Central Baptist Bearden. The purpose is to bring world-renowned Biblical scholars to East Tennessee to hold a lecture series for people who want to grow deeper in Biblical understanding.

“The subject matter is sometimes challenging but always thought-provoking,” explains Dr. Wade Bibb, senior pastor of Central Baptist Bearden. “These Biblical scholars study all around the world, and it’s rare that we have the opportunity to be part of such high caliber teaching.”

New Testament scholar, Dr. Ben Witherington, teaches this year’s lectures, and this is how he summarizes the content of his three-day series:

In 1993, archaeologist Klaus Schmidt and his team were digging in Southeastern Turkey when they found the oldest temple in the world – a Göbeckli Tepe.  The site dates between 8,000-10,000 B.C., making it the oldest religious site on earth.  It is a religion specific site, as there is no sign of human habitation there at all.  To date, only three of the stone circles have been unearthed, with startling results.  The stone columns have images of ancient animals (presumably for sacrifice) and priests carved in them.  
Why is this of importance to Biblical Studies in East Tennessee, you may ask?   The dominant theory of anthropologists and sociologists when it comes to religion is that civilization came first, and then religion as a palliative, as a way of keeping people in harmony with each other and the gods.  In fact, they suggest that humans were first hunter gatherers, then when they began to cultivate agriculture, they necessarily became sedentary, and religion followed as an add for reasons just described. 

This theory has now been proven quite wrong. As far back as we can trace human life, there is evidence that humans have been profoundly religious, expending huge amounts of energy and time to build religious sites, where one would find priests, temples, and sacrifices.  

Bear in mind that Göbeckli Tepe predates: 1) the Pyramids by thousands of years, 2) Stonehenge and similar standing stone circles by even more thousands of years, 3) the great floods in the ANE recorded in both the Old Testament and in the document entitled Babylonian Genesis.  Also, if we ask where exactly Göbeckli Tepe is, the answer is in the fertile crescent between the Tigris and the Euphrates, two of the rivers mentioned as flowing from the Garden of Eden.   Also of note is the fact that Göbeckli Tepe is very close to Mt. Ararat and the whole Ararat mountain range.

Join us for this three-day lecture series, where we will examine this remarkable archaeological discovery and discuss its possible implications for Biblical studies.  We will be arguing that human beings have always been inherently religious; profoundly religious as far back as we can trace human existence.  If we ask why, the second lecture will address this question – talking about what it means to say “we are created in the image of God.” The third lecture focuses on “a singular Jesus in a pluralistic world.”

Each lecture begins at 7 pm in the Sanctuary of Central Baptist Bearden and is presented as a free gift to the Knoxville community.

– Dr. Ben Witherington

More About Dr. Ben Witherington
Bible scholar, Ben Witherington, is Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary and on the doctoral faculty at St. Andrews University in Scotland. A graduate of UNC, Chapel Hill, he went on to receive the M.Div. degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from the University of Durham in England. He is now considered one of the top evangelical scholars in the world and is an elected member of the prestigious SNTS, a society dedicated to New Testament studies.

Witherington has also taught at Ashland Theological Seminary, Vanderbilt University, Duke Divinity School, and Gordon-Conwell. A popular lecturer, Witherington has presented seminars for churches, colleges, and biblical meetings not only in the United States, but also in England, Estonia, Russia, Europe, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Australia. He has also led tours to Italy, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Jordan, and Egypt.

Witherington has written more than 40 books, including “The Jesus Quest” and “The Paul Quest,” both of which were selected as top biblical studies works by Christianity Today. He also writes for many church and scholarly publications and is a frequent contributor to the Pathos website.

Along with many interviews on radio networks across the country, Witherington has been seen on the History Channel, NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, The Discovery Channel, A&E, and the PAX Network.

Central Baptist Bearden
6300 Deane Hill Drive at Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919

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Consign To Design

Looking for a Few Good Homes

By Kristi Hickey, Co-owner of Consign To Design

consign-to-designHave you ever wondered how the furniture, art, and home décor items find their way into Consign To Design? Well, one self-employed couple nearing retirement age had only two years later completed building their dream home. It was absolutely beautiful and full of recently purchased furniture from some of the nation’s premier manufacturers, but mostly Henredon. As we all know, life is full of unexpected surprises.

This same couple was presented with an offer to purchase their business – an offer they described as too good to be refused. So their dream home went on the market to be replaced with another dream home they were now planning to build along the eastern seaboard. Because their new furniture was not suited for a seaside motif, they asked us to help them find a new home for their nearly new furniture. Not surprisingly, their furniture sold quickly. In fact, their Henredon bedroom suite was purchased as it was being unloaded from the truck into our acceptance area.

A second and younger couple, who had just accepted a new position in another city, was confronted with a similar situation. While most of their furniture was less than five years old, its style was incompatible with that of their home. So, once again, they asked Consign To Design to help them find a new home for their furniture and home décor items.

Another source of furniture and home décor items are the thousands of new arrivals that are relocating here from all across the nation and calling East Tennessee their home. They pack up the truck, and upon arriving at their new home, discover they have more furniture than will fit, or perhaps their existing styles don’t work in their new surroundings.

Relocation, downsizing, renovation, remodeling, and estate sales are all just a few of the many reasons area homeowners trust Consign To Design to find new homes for their now unused quality furniture, art, and home décor items. But whatever the reason, Consign To Design has become East Tennessee’s premier choice for both sellers of quality, gently used furniture and buyers who are searching for, and discovering, our nearly 10,000 square feet of quality items, all at prices of up to 70-80% off their original retail prices.

Whether you’re searching for a new home for your quality, brand name furniture or looking for great prices, you’ll discover that Consign To Design delivers quality, pricing, and exceptional customer service.

Consign To Design
10420-D Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37922

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Premier Eyecare

Are You Frustrated with Your Vision?

Ever wish you could see the way you did when you were younger? Imagine not having to reach for your reading glasses or finding the near zone in your glasses to be able to read your smartphone.

If you have given up on wearing contact lenses for any reason, the Duette Progressive hybrid contact lenses may be just what the doctor ordered. Hybrid lenses have been gaining in popularity during the past several years because of their ability to correct corneal astigmatism and provide superior, stable optics compared to soft contact lenses.

The Duette Progressive is a brand new lens from Synergeyes that is the latest generation multi-focal hybrid contact lens. The Duette Progressive has been redesigned from the previous Duette Multi-focal, providing even clearer vision both near, far, and mid-range.

Dr. Brent Fry of Premier Eyecare, located in Knoxville, has extensive experience with fitting hybrid contact lenses. Synergeyes has several lens designs for people who require more advanced lens designs than those offered by conventional and disposable soft lenses. Many corneal conditions such as keratoconus, high astigmatism, and surgically altered corneas from RK surgery require more advanced lens designs. In many instances, glasses may not provide acceptable vision. Many people remain frustrated with their vision and may even be restricted in certain activities such as night driving and other tasks that require clear vision. Who doesn’t want to see the world as clearly as possible? Why do we prefer high definition television and pay extra for Blu-ray technology?

Premier Eyecare is a private practice focused on advancements in technology. They use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to provide their patients with outstanding care. Throughout the years, Dr. Fry has developed passion and skills for fitting contact lenses. He especially enjoys providing options for difficult contact lens cases. By using high-tech equipment such as corneal topography and staying up on the latest contact lens technologies available, Dr. Fry has been able to successfully fit many people who had previously given up on wearing contact lenses.

If you want to wear contact lenses or have been frustrated with your current vision, give Premier Eyecare a call and schedule an appointment with Dr. Fry. Call 865-966-0100 or visit www.premier-eyecare.net.

Premier Eyecare

11121 Kingston Pike, Suite A
Knoxville, TN 37934

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