Hello friends and future customers. My name is Chad and I am a 41 year old man that is well rounded in all sorts of areas of work.
I was raised in a single family household and having a father around to show me the ropes in an automotive garage, on a job site framing condominiums or as an AutoCAD engineer was simply not going to happen. I followed in the footsteps of my mother, for a couple of years, trying my hand in a legal office environment, but I soon discovered that falling asleep was not part of the job criteria. Talk about a total drag. I left law and being that I didn't have any extended education after high school, I found that I was limited in what jobs would hire me. I landed in the sales industry and did quite well for about 12 years. As I aged, I decided that I wanted more and that I wanted to involve myself in something that required some form of skill. A friend of mine brought me into a company as an entry level construction worker. I was made to do the grunt work for a good long while. Cleaning up job sites, fetching materials, etc. I watched and I tried to learn as much as I could. I picked up a few things and started purchasing tools that I could use within just about any trade. It wasn't long before I was asked to take measurements, make cuts, learn mathematical formulas to guage angles of rooves and stairs. I never ended up gaining long term experience in one set trade like plumbing, carpentry or roofing. I learned a lot from a lot of different trades which made me valuable when working on home remodels.
I was injured on the job about 7 years ago and during my time off on disability, I went to school and obtained a degree in Information Technology. I hold a Bachelor's of Science in Security and Assurance and have been in that field ever since. I was laid off about a year ago when Covid hit and have had aspirations of starting my own company. I recently filed for an LLC with a business name of San Diego Styleworks. I'm aiming to obtain a General Contractors license because after all of the industries I have worked, I enjoyed construction and handyman work the most.
I hope to work with some of you. I co sider myself honest, hard working and fair when it comes to bidding jobs. I want my clients to be happy and nothing expresses happiness more than referrals. If I can do my job to the best of my ability, then I should have no problems growing and expanding. If I am unfamiliar with how to do something, I'm not going to bid a job but rather see if I can't find someone that can.
I hope to see some of you out in your homes and until then...take care!See more