Running a professional contracting business doesn't build character, it reveals it.
Howdy! My name is Chase Huddle and I run Integrity Building Solutions, LLC. I am happily married and live on the edge of the small town of Merkel, Texas. My wife Shelby and I have two sons and a small business. To say we have our hands full would be an understatement. I feel blessed that I was raised out in the country of Silver Valley, Texas. Growing up in the country provided me with the tools and values for success and I bring this to every part of my life. I was raised to always take care of business, and everything else would take care of itself. At the end of the day, God, family, and hard work are above all else. I spent most days with my grandpa, ranching and raising hay grazer in the summers. He taught me that there is always something or somebody relying on you to take care of business. As a result of my grandfathers lessons, I am a successful businessman, father, and husband. My grandfather taught me to be compassionate and humble. In addition, he taught me to weld. This skill sparked a lifelong passion for building. After high school, I attended Cisco college and completed my 1G Certification. From there I started hanging iron in the summer of 2012. I gained my 3G certification during this time. I went on to work for different companies, working with skilled mentors to learn the how to’s and how not to’s of steel erection. Over the past 10 years, I learned the best ways to build metal buildings from top to bottom. The last milestone in my career with structural steel, before Integrity Building Solutions was founded, was working for Hirschfeld Steel in Abilene I strive to be the best man I can every day in both my work and family life. If a man is right, his world will be right! This is what we believe in the Huddle house! I believe we only get one shot at this life, and you only get one reputation. That reputation will either make you or break you. As a result, I put 110% into everything that I do. I like the old sayin, "talk less, speak more." I let my work speak for itself.