This is one of the most important questions you can ask when interviewing a Contractor. The people who will be in your home every day can obviously make or break the job, but there is a lot more involved than that. Don’t you want to know who these workers are going to be? Don’t you want to ask some previous customers about them? Here are some good questions to ask previous customers…………Do you know if their workers are employees or sub-contractors? How was the quality of their work? Were they easy to get along with? Were they courteous? Were they dependable and on time? Were they clean and respectful of your property? How did they handle changes or problems as they arose? How did they handle the sub-contractors? How were they with your kids or pets? Did they keep you informed on progress daily? The people working in your home can make your job a success or failure. The more questions you ask previous customers the better informed you will be, and the more comfortable and happy you will be.
At Roadrunner we perform as much of the work in house as possible to maintain control of the job. Sub-Contractors can let you down. That is why we have our own employees with the right equipment and tools to get the job done right, and we only perform one job at a time. At Roadrunner we know that maintaining control of your job is pivotal to its success. Here is some info on who would be working on YOUR job:
Chris Cutler, Production Manager
14 years of experience
Chris began working in the construction industry part-time at age fifteen, cleaning jobsites and hauling debris. It didn’t take long before he was a full-time carpenter, learning all of the various aspects of the trade. Gaining as much knowledge as possible, while working on a multitude of diverse projects, Chris’ resourcefulness, attention to detail, and pride in his craft has allowed him to develop into a reliable craftsman. With determination and initiative, Chris enjoys the challenge of taking homeowner’s dreams and turning them into reality.
Chris shines in all areas of construction and remodeling, but he derives his greatest sense of fulfillment from installing cabinets. Chris’ strengths are his commitment to customer care, his diligence, and his drive for timely project completion.
Chris and his wife, Kara, have three children, Thomas, Kaylee and Tristen. His family is his life, but in his spare time, Chris also enjoys fine dining and trips to the beach.