Chip Collingwood had been framing homes at a young age; it helped develop his skills in carpentry, and he continued doing it as a side job when he was 35, and before he knew it, he was already self-employed!
The recession pushed him to expand into remodeling, and he went out further to learn new tricks and skills in the trade. When the business climate finally picked up, he also went back to his roots, which is wood work.
My clients usually have an idea of what they want and I take the reign by designing it based on their needs. Communication is vital in the job because we are working for homeowners that are going to live every day from the mess if we don't make it right and this calls for a different approach in many ways. I can't sell cheap work because I am a carpenter, not a businessman.
Try Collingwood Sawdust Builders, and you'll surely get what you pay for!