Besides manditory tools like brushes and rollers, there are power tools that painters should always have on-job site to enable them delivering a quality work.
Painting out of town with your guys can be a great bonding adventure or it can be an embarrassing eye-opener. I have experienced both; however, I prefer the former.
Most painting contractors fail when they go outside their geographic marketing area. On contrary, such a marketing actually expands your business with the customers.
Imagine you just finished a terrific repaint and all that remains is to collect the cheque. Before you head over for the final inspection, prepare an album of the job.
It is impossible to do a perfect job for the guy who races through to maximize his profits. He may be able to do a neat, fast job, but not up to the customer’s satisfaction.
The gurus say you have to make mistakes in order to learn. And over the years in the painting profession, making mistakes and then rectifying them, I learned a lot.