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It’s encouraging to know that today’s water-based paints are much safer, and that even solvent-based paints contain less-hazardous solvents than they did a decade ago. Nonetheless, painters are still exposed to a variety of pigments, fillers, resins, solvents and additives—not to mention materials such as mold, lead and asbestos—when doing scraping, sanding,…


“It shall be the responsibility of the employer to initiate and maintain … programs that provide for frequent and regular inspection of the job site.” So sayeth OSHA Construction Standard 29 CFR 1926.20(b). Failure to do so can lead to fines, or even worse, serious injury. Thanks to mobile technology, the previously…


Whether you run five projects a month or turn 50 units in a week, the last thing you need are tools that keep you from getting to the next one. In this issue we take a look at two products that actually help you get more done in less time. Graco® TrueCoat…


Jay vanWormer is a pragmatic guy. An engineer by trade, as well as President of the Tiburon Homeowners Association in Fountain Valley, California, vanWormer can’t help but look for efficiencies in every task he undertakes. And with 513 units contained in 166 buildings under his watchful eye, there are a lot of…


If someone were to create a list of the top-ten biggest Pro headaches, it would probably look something like this: 10. Item not in stock when I get to the store 9. Lost receipts 8. Picked up wrong product 7. Lost receipts 6. Time spent going for supplies rather than working 5….


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