Community Construction is Bert Quintanilla and his wife, Heather, who have been married since 2009. They have been in the roofing business together from the beginning. Bert first started in the reroof business with a company that had 16 locations throughout the southern parts of the United States.
Over the years Bert worked in over six different states and lived in over 10 different cities. Through those years, he worked major storms, Ike, Rita, hail and wind storms and the all nasty Katrina. Bert worked hand in hand with every major insurance carrier and saw some of the worst damage possible. Bert managed and ran multiple offices throughout those years.
When Bert and Heather were first married they worked storms in Arizona and twice in Oklahoma City. After almost two years on the road they made the trip back to DFW, where their family and friends reside. What they say is true, absence does make the heart grow fonder. At this time we discovered that we were pregnant with our baby girl Sofia who was born in 2011. It was during this time that Bert moved into the supply side of the roofing business.
After three years on the supply side and consulting he decided that he missed the customer interaction and experience of helping people with their projects. Bert then went to work for a large roofing company as a sales manager where he gained a deeper understanding of the business side of roofing. In these roles, Bert helped develop and execute rebranding, new logo designs, website and advertising techniques.
After being unable to really give back to his customers and his community in the way Bert really wanted to, Community Construction was born. Our goal and vision for Community Construction is to be able to really put our customers’ needs first, help to fund great organizations within our community and to provide for our families with a business model and plan that we are proud to call our own.
In 2019 we were blessed with a surprise. Our family of three became a family of four when our son, Sonny, was born. We reside in Burleson, Texas.
Another successful project is in the books! A donation has been made to Crazy 8 Ministries! Keeping it in Johnson County!