The Westerner

On the Job: Brad Gibb Concreting and Retaining Walls

Thursday, 23 February 2012

Name: Brad Gibb

Business: Brad Gibb Concreting and Retaining Walls

Established: 2012

Based at: Narangba


What services does your business offer?  Concreting and retaining walls.

What areas do your clients come from?  Mainly from Mt Mee through to Samford and surrounding areas.

What was your company’s first job?  An exposed aggregate concrete driveway at Eatons Hill.

How did you make your first dollar?  Gardening and mowing lawns for neighbours while at school.

How did you get into your current line of work?  From doing it as my weekend job, it eventually became my weekday job.

Why is a business like yours so important?  Because people are always after quality and reliable tradesman.

What sort of clients does your business provide services to?  Homeowners and builders.

Before your current job, what were your previous occupations?  Carpenter.

What do your customers most appreciate about your services?  Reliability and quality.

What is the best part of your job?  I get to work outside and every job is something different.

What advice would you give to anyone considering working in your line of work?  Be prepared to work in the heat and early starts.

How do you spend your spare time?  Renovating my house and going to the beach.


Phone Brad Gibb Concreting and Retaining Walls on 0434 505 350.


Comments


Brad and his team have just done 2 jobs for us. A concrete slab for our double garage/shed and aggregate concrete for our patio. He did an excellent job on both occasions. His standard of workmanship is first class and I would highly recommend him. I am just so pleased with the results that I felt I should post this. Thanks Brad.

Posted by Carol Tapping on 12/11/2013 3:02:00 PM

I was one of Brad's first clients when he started out. He is very professional and ethical in all his dealings. I would highly recomend him to all concerned. I will use his services again without hesitation. His standard of workmanship is first class. Best wishes for the future Brad

Posted by Ian Davidson on 22/01/2013 12:19:00 PM

Add your comment



 

 
   
Follow us on facebook
Competitions

Business

Reader's Poll

Do you think Moreton Bay Regional Council is doing a good job balancing new housing and commercial developments with preserving local environment and animal habitats?


 
About Us | Contact | Advertise | Terms & Conditions
Home      News      Community      Features      Sport      Business Directory      Property      School Talk      Arts      Body      Columns      Opinion
Site by Datasearch Web Design Brisbane