Parker County Today November 2017 - Page 68

holiday survival guide Enlarge, Repair, Fix-It, Add-On With Redneck Construction — Holidays always mean in-laws, and lots of them. In-laws coming to your house, eating a meal, watching football, staying until the sun goes down. All day in-laws. We love to have a handy man come out and help complete home projects before the in-laws arrive because the first thing that in-laws like to do is find the one thing that is broken and ask the dreaded question, “Are you going to get that fixed?” To avoid that not so fun conversation, we suggest you hire Redneck Construction, owned by Don Gammil. Redneck Construction has been in business since 1974, and not only works on the inside of your house, he builds homes from the ground up. His specialty is steel construction and barns, but if you want it, he can build it. Don’s two sons work for him, making it a family business. “I keep between 18-25 employees, plus the sub contractors,” said Gammil. “We do commercial and residential, shopping centers, both stick and steel. We have offices going in Childress, finished a bank in Frisco, and houses in Parker County. We have also put up churches.” One of the most important things to look at when dealing with a contractor is how they are rated with the Better Business Bureau. With an A+ rating, you know that whatever you have them build, they will do it right. “I try to treat my customers like I want to be treated and build every building like I doing it for myself.” To hire Redneck Construction, call Don Gammill at 817-594- 6903 Indulge Them in Retail Therapy, Hosted By the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce 66 Christmas on the Square will be around all four quadrants of the Historic Downtown of Weatherford on Dec. 2 from 11 a.m. to 5p.m. There will be a great time for the entire family with shopping, Christmas carolers, stage performances, inflatable activities, hot chocolate, Santa Claus, carriage rides, Christmas music, Real Snow Play Area, and much more. Come enjoy a slower pace of the holidays at the Cuttin’ Horse Capital of the World.