About Us
What we believe affects "who we are", how we make decisions, how we act and how we conduct business.  That is true for all of mankind, and finding the person we trust to do business with is as important as the price we are going to pay for the product or service.  We want to get the best price that we can, we don't want to be overcharged or taken advantage of.  At the same time when we find a deal that is "too good to be true" we get suspicious. When a business offers us an incredibly low price, way below the industry norms, we question how can they do this.  They can either cut corners, use inferior products, or cut labor costs and profit to nothing.  A business cant continue to operate for long if they are losing money. The immediate follow up to the last question becomes "I love the price, but what happens if I have a problem in a week, a month, a year ?  Will they be here to stand behind it ?  And this entire process happens at an almost subconscious level in just seconds with almost any purchase we make." 

(E T Colson)

   Mr. Whatley has done almost everything but refuse to allow me to create this page.  His humble modesty is not fake and his ethical / moral sense of how he conducts business is more important to him than how much money he makes.  He does not measure success with dollar signs. However, I have as many years doing what I do as he does in his industry.  I understand that if I cant show you why you should do business with Whatley's, then I am wasting my time and his money building this site. 

Since my own code of ethics closely mirrors his and is as stubbornly cast in stone, I have to find a way to show you why you should consider Mr Whatley when you need any of his various services.

God gave me a talent for marketing and a disgust for deceptive, manipulative marketers.  That is why I have devoted my life since 2004 to giving away my time and services to help Missions reach a suffering, cruel, unjust, hurting world - Helping small missions reach both the people that need their help as well as other people that can finance their work.  I have learned where real freedom and happiness comes from.  I walked away from commercial projects for pay and learned how to live on as much money a month as I once earned per hour. On rare occasions I do a small project such as this to help finance my mission work.  I can afford to be extremely selective, choosing who I will work for and Mr Whatley earned my respect before we ever considered this project. (I met Mr Whatley while he was doing a project for one of my friends.  This friend asked me to keep an eye on the job-site, so my first introduction was actually observing Whatley's Asphalt Paving at work.)

   It was this combination of backgrounds and experiences that solved my dilemma of giving Mr Whatley a fair representation of his company while still respecting his wishes.  The following are a list of Biblical principles and a code that both Mr Whatley and I share..  You may not believe in the God that both he and I serve, but even if you believe in no God at all, the principals that follow are desirable in anyone that you wish to do business with..

Ephesians 6:7

Colossians 3:23

Ecclesiastes 9:10

  • New International Version (©1984)
    Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might, for in the grave, where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom

Matthew 7:12

Matthew 22:36-40
  • New International Version
    36“Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”37Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’b 38This is the first and greatest commandment. 39And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’c 40All the Law (of Moses) and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”
  • (Explanation - If you love your neighbor as yourself, you will give them your best, you will not lie, cheat or steal from them and will give the best you can.  If we as a society followed that one law, we could eliminate almost every other law as being redundant)