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Announcing RSU Contractors of Chattanooga


Mar 11, 2013

Daniel Carter announced he is partnering with RSU Contractors for a second time to open a new franchise in Chattanooga.

“I invested in the Franklin Franchise and I have been pleased with the immediate growth and development of that operation, even in this challenging economy” said Carter, who lives in Marion County near Chattanooga. “I always knew RSU of Chattanooga was going to be a great opportunity. RSU provides a proven process, a brand, training and on-going support. Locating the right person to run the company in Chattanooga was the final step.”

Brad Wardlaw, a local contractor and businessman from nearby Hixson, joins the Company as the Operations Manager.

“RSU Contractors gives me established systems and procedures, technology and resources that I simply could never have developed on my own,” said Wardlaw. “By joining forces with RSU, I can best utilize my knowledge and experience to really grow this operation. As a contractor and with my experience in real estate I see the opportunities in Chattanooga. I know and understand the market and I am excited to join the RSU Team.”

RSU Contractors specializes in all types of remodeling and renovations, including additions, accessory structures, kitchens, baths, whole-house remodels and commercial projects. The company also offers a comprehensive home maintenance program. Training for the new Franchise begins January 23rd inMurfreesboro,TN the Franchise headquarters. RSU of Chattanooga opens for business in February.

“We have taken our 29 year business experience and developed a unique franchise opportunity,” said Mark Williams, president of Franchise Operations. “Our focus is to deliver high quality work by qualified professionals. At RSU we attract some of the best talent and the entire company is supported by a process driven software program called the CommandCenter.”

RSU Contractors currently has operations in Franklin, Brentwood, Murfreesboro and serves parts of Davidson County. “We are looking for quality minded professionals to open operations in other communities,” said Williams.