About the Owner Daniel Quinn

Daniel is the son of an US Air Force veteran and his mother, the daughter of an US Army veteran – a long family line of military service all the way back to the American Revolution. Daniel also comes from a long line of blue collar workers who did everything from all things construction to coal mining to drilling water wells across the world for the US Government.  Working with his hands come natural to Daniel and his ethics are solidly built around military precision and quality – there is no room for not doing something right the first time.  Daniel is also a strong family man with 5 children and understands there must be a balance to work and being an on-scene parent with his wife Lianne.  His children have been introduced to many different elements in life and are able to do things you’d expect of a young adult.  Responsibility and accountability along with strong Christian beliefs round out his family.

Proverbs 24:3-4 By wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established;through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures.

How we got started

In 1996 after learning the flooring trade Daniel started Quality Contracting and began servicing many clients in the Belton and surrounding areas. Soon his clients realized that Daniel had many more skills from carpentry to masonry to interior finishing work and started asking him to expand his range of services.   Before to long his backlog of requests required him to start adding staff that were capable, competent and motivated by quality craftsmanship.  Today he requires his teams to be certified in the many areas they support in order to ensure all work is done right the first time.  As he grew his team his list of services also expanded and this now includes his Belton Granite shop.  Today Daniel has 6 full time staff providing a full range of remodeling services that span from custom counter tops to full on home remodeling and now even new additions, if you can envision it Daniel and his team can build it.  Because Daniel is a long-term resident of Belton, TX and a graduate of BHS he uses the color red for his companies.