Sprayer training

Saves business owners time & money in the long haul

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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 a company grows, however, materials and application methods may shift for those … More

Equipment leasing 101: Important considerations

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Whether you’re a small residential contractor or a large commercial painting business, purchasing new equipment such as ladders, lifts, sprayers or compressors—or capital assets for your office including copiers, software, furniture and computers—can bring with it a confusing array of financing options … along with several potential pitfalls. The first choice you’ll need to … More

Inside the customer experience:

How you conduct yourself and your business matters

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A customer’s perception of how successful a project is among the most valuable feedback a painting professional can receive. The challenge for the paint pro can be deciphering the customer’s true opinion when there may have been a few minor concerns or issues on the job. To help paint pros understand the customer perspective, we interviewed managers and directors connected … More