What Every Paint Contractor Should Never Do
So you’ve hired a team. They claim they know what they’re doing. They probably do. But that’s not the point.
A painter should never leave a job unattended by experienced supervision.
What do I mean by that?
Well, you need someone you can trust who has the experience to do the job to watch over your crew and make sure quality, safety, and efficiency are being followed at all times.
When the cats away, the mice play. This holds true for most things and the paint business seems to have its share of mice from what I’ve experienced.
Look, good help is hard to find. Self supervising construction workers are even harder to find. So why risk it.
If you don’t have anyone you trust to supervise, then the jobs on you till you find someone.
Not having a trusted supervisor is a big mistake. So do yourself a favor and spend some time finding the perfect supervisor and you’ll go a long ways to making a good reputation for yourself in the industry.
Here’s a company that I found that has excellent supervisors and is doing fantastic managing their paint jobs.
That’s all for now. I’ll be back with more helpful tips for small business owners.