Chuck’s love for A/V started at the age of thirteen when he was working for a small family TV and audio sales and repair shop. He helped stock shelves and sweep floors until he was old enough to deliver console TV’s and install satellite dishes. After high school he started working for a larger A/V company installing “RCA Home Theaters”. He learned very quickly that he enjoyed the construction side of the business, working with his hands and building things.
He went to college for construction management, and eventually started building homes until the 2008 housing crash. After loosing almost everything he had worked so hard for, he started back at ground zero. Chuck reverted back to A/V and started his own company focusing on schools and government. His business was so successful he was able to open three offices and was working within four states. In 2016 he decided to close the business and focus on his family. Working at Teague allows him to do what he loves and still have time for family.
In his spare time, Chuck enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He also likes fishing and restoring old cars.