Atlanta, Georgia (PressExposure) January 28, 2012 -- C.J.D. Contractors announces new openings in Kentucky and Ohio for 2012. C.J.D. Contractors is a general contracting company specializing in roof repair, pole barns, garage packages, and cement work. They began as a family business in 2004 with 1 location in Atlanta, and now have over 16 locations throughout Georgia. With the rapid success and expansion, the company has decided to expand to other states to maximize revenue. C.J.D. Contractors attribute their success to the extremely low bids they are able to give their customers. The company is willing to go directly on site to give estimates to hopeful clients. C.J.D. Contractors is also extremely well known for their unique advertisements in Georgia. They have billboards will giant pictures of roofs that have collapsed with the caption "Need A New Roof?" They are able to separate themselves from the steep competition.
Owner of C.J.D. Contractors, Mark Jobston, had this to say about the upcoming expansion, "We are so excited to be moving into the Kentucky and Ohio markets. There are tons of great people in these states and we feel that we can offer them the best service and pricing. We've wanted to make the expansion for a few years now, and we're finally making it happen!"
C.J.D. Contractors made the decision to expand to Ohio and Kentucky due to the extremely depressed economy. Since they strive on having the lowest prices, they feel they will be able to capture the markets fairly easily. Another reason for the move is that Kentucky and Ohio are both states with very damaging winter weather. There are tons of repairs that need fixing and they are more than exciting to get to work.
Mark Jobston and his two sons, Chris and Charlie, will each have their own state to run. Mark, who specializes in roof repair services, will stay in Georgia, Chris will go to Ohio, and Charlie will manage Kentucky. Each member of the Jobston family has a 33.3 percent ownership of C.J.D. Contractors. It's rare to see such success in this industry during these tough economic times. This company hopes to thrive on the down economy.