About Practical Solutions Home and Business Services, Soap Lake, WA 

​​​​ ​​​Practical Solutions Home and Business services was established in January of 2010 with the purpose of serving individuals and small businesses with a variety of services. Originally, it began as an old-fashioned girl Friday service, and from that point, it has grown and shaped itself into the current business model of providing a variety of administrative support services, writing services for publications, Web sites, booklets and even books! In addition, I work with private individuals so that they, too, can have help with that all-important event, advertise their club or non-profit organization, or simply have me help them catch up with life gets too busy.

One aspect that I am still particularly proud of is that I can offer my clients and customers effective support services designed to fit with each entity's or individual's budget. In this way, even the smallest of organizations, or the most economical-minded individual can regularly get the help they need, delagate tasks as they build up, for specific events, or as planned, routine services. When you need to get something done,  you can easily get quality​ services that are both easy on your budget, and performed competently by someone who is dedicated and knowledgeable.


Nancy Owens

Administrative Specialist and Owner

Practical Solutions Home and Business Services

Our Story

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Regan McCook

Founder & CEO

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Eric Teagan

Vice President

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Timothy Barrett


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