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Maybe it was a passing mention that someone was interested in buying your company. Perhaps health concerns have you thinking of an exit. Or is it a nagging feeling that you’re just done? Whatever the reason, if you’re thinking of selling your painting business, know that it’s a journey that’s not for


In residential and commercial painting work, it’s not enough to conclude some colors are hot and others are not. Now, more than ever, designers and painting professionals need to have an eye on trends and an ear for customer input to realize what color choices really work best for a project. A


As a painting business grows, it’s natural for an owner to be less involved with crews. From a business operations standpoint, that’s a good thing. An owner’s time is limited and, to maintain growth, he or she must focus on ways to build revenue instead of tending to day-to-day job details. While


When it comes to sanding, dust control is king. While vacuum systems for power sanders are a key part in keeping dust at bay, abrasives manufacturers also say an abrasive’s surface design and materials are big reasons for keeping dust to a minimum. That’s not to downplay the importance of HEPA-certified dust


Do you know which interior colors millennials and baby boomers prefer? Are you aware of your region’s color preferences? If not, you may want to brush up on your color expertise. Why? Because nearly three in five Americans plan to paint an area of their home in the next 12 months and


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