Good intentions don’t always yield the best results. And homeowners may not have the know-how or skills required to tackle some of the most basic prepping and painting tasks. When all else fails and a DIY project goes wrong, painting pros are called in to save the day. In this article, we’ve outlined three common DIY mistakes painting professionals encounter with solutions for how to fix them.
Continue reading Expert Advice For Painting Contractors Faced With Fixing DIY Taping Mistakes
Falls from ladders, scaffolding and roofs can be extremely costly to painting businesses and their employees. Here’s how to avoid them. Continue reading Play It Safe: How to Lower Your Risk for Jobsite Falls
Painters are exposed to several occupational risk factors for falling. What can you do to minimize the risk? In this article, we list a number of free industry resources that are available to help inform you, train your team and keep safety at the forefront of everyone’s focus while on the job.
Continue reading Free Resources for Professional Painters: Ladder Safety and Fall Prevention
In this article, we learn how the simple act of switching tools has helped one midwestern painting company build on its success. Continue reading Leveling Up: How Sharp, Clean Lines Can Boost Your Bottom Line
Has COVID-19 altered your job site activity? Turn your attention to developing and refining a training program for new employees. Continue reading Training Tips for Isolated Times
Callbacks are often preventable – if you understand the common causes. Learn how to reduce callbacks, maintain your reputation and boost productivity with a few best practices.
Continue reading 3 Proven Strategies for Avoiding Callbacks
Building better estimates is the foundation for building repeat business, says Diane Walsh of ShurTech® Brands. In this article, she shares five best practices to make the most out of every job, before the prep and painting even begins.
Continue reading 5 Ways to Build Better Estimates