A.D.C. Contracting L.L.C is running Real close to our 25th year and We And I Know that it Takes a Ton of Very Hard Work, A Little business sense as Well as Team Work and being able to push yourself that Extra Mile just to Make Our Customers Happy, Even though that you might not being getting paid for That Little Extra that You put into the Job, We do it anyway, Because to Us, Customer Satisfaction is ALWAYS #1!!
We Know That Our Customers and The Drive To Do Your absolute best... Always giving over 110% The Mindset.and Drive it Takes to always Learn Something New at least 1 Thing a Day and the desire to always Improve Ourselves as well as Trying to Improve the Environment, We are a Green Company! It might.take a little more money out of our pocket to do it, In Our Teams Eyes, It's a well worthwhile cause! We Strive To recycle Everything we can from Job site materials time the cans and bottles we Drink from while Working, We Try to do it all. When it comes to our Way of thinking, Our Customers are not only Customers, by the end of a one day Job or A Year and a half to Build to Perfection Someones Dream Home Job, By the End of it they're our Friends!
The Team here at A.D.C. is Always Trying to Not only keep our Customers Satisfaction on Very Top Priority, We are also Very Great at teamwork and getting along While Working long Hard Days! Maybe someone acting silly or telling a Few jokes to keep spirits up while on a Hot Roof over 100° F for 12-14 hours straight, We watch over each other and try to keep Close as a Team!!
One Big thing We Do Is Strive for Perfection in An Imperfect World, I Personally have a Perfectionist complex, nd as The Owner of the Company I Push My Employees to be as much like me as possible, Settle for Nothing But The Absolute Closest thing To Perfect as Possible! As in... Just for instance, I know a lot of Construction Workers and have had hundreds work first me over the years that think it's alright if you cut a board or if you are squaring up something, I've known a lot of them that if it's a 1/4 in or 1/8 n out... or off, T's close enough, other in my book!
THERE Is a 1/16 f an inch mark on your tape measure so there is No reason you can't measure to that!
.And Last, But only because I figure you're probably tired o reading and if you Want or need any more information on How I feel or think or if you have any Questions about the company, Don't Hesitate to call or E-Mail me. My Company also does everything you ca imagine from the floor too the top of the Ridge on the Roof and everything in between!
All Your Business is Greatly Appreciated as Well as Aptly Wanted! Call us today For an Always Free Estimate!!!
Thanks to all My past Customers and friends, As Well As Im Looking Forward Too Meeting and Working For all You Future Customers and New Friends I'll be Making in the next 25 years!