Our History

In His Hands Contractors was founded by Ron Wyatt in 1984. Ron started in the construction industry in 1978 working for a contractor in his hometown. After graduating high school, in obedience to a call on his life, he moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee. It was there that he established a small construction business. His desire was not only to have a business but to have a company that honored God and made a statement. Thus, In His Hands Contractors was born. The company provided work not only for Ron, but also college students as well as missionaries on deputation.

Ron has three sons, Josh, Daniel and Jonathan. All three sons learned the principles of construction working for In His Hands Contractors. They worked in all field aspects of the business and became skilled at the trade. As adults they transitioned from In His Hands Contractors to another prominent roofing and construction company in Chattanooga, Tennessee. All three held the position of foreman. This company was a start-up company and Josh, Daniel, and Jonathan helped to build the company to a well known and successful roofing and construction business with over thirty employees. Their duties included everything from hiring and dismissal of personnel, to production and execution of each job.

After three years with this company, Josh, Daniel, and Jonathan decided to start their own business. They, along with their father met for a business strategy meeting in October of 2013. On January 01, 2014 In His Hands Contractors, Inc. was established as a registered corporation in Tennessee. Both In His Hands Contractors and In His Hands Contractors, Inc. have operated with an excellent credit history as well as a zero complaint and A+ rating with the BBB for all of the years in business. They have had four successful years as a partnership and attribute their success to the blessing of the Lord, as well as, honesty, integrity, tenacity, and plain hard work.

Josh, Daniel, Jonathan and Ron are honored that you have visited their company’s website, and they would consider it a privilege to be your contractor.