Jeremy Glastetter

I'm often asked, "How did you get into the assembly business?"

The short version is folks couldn't find a reliable person to assemble their products. This was something I already did as a hobby so I turned it into a business.

The long version is during my college years I worked for Sears, which had working floor-models for many of the big items we sold. Most of those floor-models either wobbled, squeaked, or were loose — making them hard to sell.

I fixed the existing floor models, and then as new models arrived I assembled those correctly the first time. Our floor-models then worked as perfect as the model that would be in your home.

At that time, we didn't offer services such as in-home delivery, assembly, and repair. The store manager suggested I consider providing these services for them and others. The idea was quite simple but had big implications. It would require that:

  1. I quit.
  2. Start a new business from scratch.
  3. In a new/niche market.
  4. At the beginning of .
  5. While in the middle of college.

Of course, since you're reading this, I followed through and Precise Assemblies was founded in . In I earned a bachelor's degree in construction management from Southeast Missouri State University.

I also dabble in <HTML> and {CSS} in my spare time. This entire site was hand-coded and is maintained by myself. If you have any suggestions, I would love to hear it and can probably implement your change very quickly!