BTL Woodworking and Construction is thankful for continued community support
BTL Woodworking and Construction was opened in March 2019 in Pampa by Trey Lauderdale and is located at 1776 N. Harvester.
Lauderdale holds a little more than 25 years of experience under his belt in construction and woodworking.
“I worked for probably the best home-builder around for many years before I started my own business. And before that, I worked for my dad and grandad- they were both construction contractors,” said Lauderdale.
Since opening his own business, Lauderdale has taken on a variety of jobs and has been highly recommended to others by his customers.
Services Lauderdale provides include remodeling, demolition and removal, new construction, carpentry, custom furniture design and building, fencing, exterior and interior door and window replacement, custom cabinetry, general contracting and more.
Lauderdale says that he can do almost anything when it comes to construction or woodworking, and if by chance he comes across a job he can’t do- he knows somebody that can and will point the customer in that direction.
The work hasn’t slowed down for Lauderdale since opening his own business, and he continues to receive new jobs regularly even amid COVID-19 concerns.
“Most recently, I’ve built a few cabinets for a place in Clarendon, I’ve remodeled a kitchen out towards Borger, a basement remodel in Groom, and a front door installation on Russell street here in town,” said Lauderdale.
Lauderdale says that new customers rarely have to wait for a job to begin as he will typically work on several projects simultaneously.
“I take on new jobs daily, and what I mean by that is usually I have about five jobs I’m running at a time,” said Lauderdale.
He currently has three employees who spread across multiple job sites in order to get things done in a timely fashion.
“They have a positive work ethic, they show up on time and they work hard. They are very responsible and honest. I’ve never had to worry about a customer having something come up missing- which is a big thing in my trade,” said Lauderdale.
Lauderdale says that he would like to find another employee to help work on the projects that keep rolling in.
“I’m looking for experienced help. Someone that can do dry wall, mud, tape and texture. That’s my biggest need right now,” Lauderdale said.
Lauderdale says that he is thankful for the community’s continued support of his business during this time.
“I really appreciate the work, it’s brought me a long way. I’ve really enjoyed working for my customers,” he said.
The Pampa News would like to congratulate Lauderdale for the success he’s had so far with his business.
For more information about BTL Woodworking and Contruction, you can go online to their Facebook page, call (806) 662-2809 or visit their location at 1776 E. Harvester.