Built by a Carpenter-Turned-Graphic Designer
Hey my name is Clark Aaron and I used to bang nails for a living.
Before moving to graphic design & website development, I used to work in construction. I've built spec houses, custom houses, barns, shops, and done lots of renovations.
I eventually started my own small construction business, and in 2008 I ran out of work during the recession. I had no branding, no website, no marketing, and no way to find new work.
That dream died hard, and caused me to really think about what I wanted to do with my life. I decided to pursue my original passion of graphic & web design and this has been the best decision of my life.
After several years on the industry, I hired a website development team and a marketing team and started Bucksaw Creative. Our talented team members have the skills to make sure you succeed where I once failed.
We are the bridge between the construction industry and the marketing industry
I once hired a marketing agency and they failed miserably...
Before Bucksaw Creative, I tried starting a site plan rendering company. (Site plans are Photoshop paintings of proposed building sites) I hired a local marketing agency and gave them the reins.
Six months later, without a single service sold, I had to tell them there was no money left in the bank and I was pulling the plug. Their response was “well you signed on for a full year but given your circumstances we’ll allow you to cancel the contract only this once.” Wow thanks..
Now I offer marketing myself through Bucksaw Creative, but I will never, ever let this happen to you if I can help it. If my marketing team and I can't get you significantly more phone calls within three months and start growing your business, we'll return every last dollar you spent on marketing with us.
I owe that to both you and myself.
Who We Work With
Established construction contractors with projects worth $100k-$1M or more.
Mid-sized contractor businesses with projects worth $30-$100K or more.
Guys who are just starting out with a helper or two, or a small crew.