Painting Contractors – 3 Key Insights to Help You Grow Your Business
May 28, 2019
As a service provider for the painting contractor industry, we are constantly looking for ways to help painting contractors grow and succeed. We work hard to do this for our customers, but we also create a lot of content through blog posts and infographics that is available to customers and non-customers. The ideas for this content almost always comes from conversations with painting contractors. They will share with us the challenges that they are currently dealing with and we create a blog or infographic with insights to help them and hopefully the industry at large.
Here are three recent articles we put together that we feel are especially helpful.
If you want to be considered the best painting contractor in the area, you need to be different from your competition in a way that really matters to customers. That’s not as easy as it sounds, but if you can pull it off, your business can be hugely successful. Check out this infographic, which features tips on how to do just that – https://www.propainterwebsites.com/best-painting-contractor/.
The Side-Hustle Economy was born out the Great Recession that occurred a decade ago. Uber and Lyft are the companies that get the most attention in this space, but depending on your location, companies like Takl.com and TaskRabbit.com can be major threats to the painting contractor industry.
To homeowners who are only want to pay the least amount of money possible for a paint job, these platforms can look like a great option. You may not want that type of customer, and rightfully so, but with a little education on your part, you may be able to turn them into one of your best customers. This blog post highlights how to do that – https://www.propainterwebsites.com/how-painting-contractors-can-beat-side-hustlers-every-time/.
We continue to hear from painting contractors that it is nearly impossible to find good quality employees. That is true across all of the trades, from auto repair to HVAC to painting.
Your key may be to find a candidate who has all of the character traits you want in an employee but very little experience. You can usually teach somebody how to paint well, but it’s much harder to teach them to have the character traits of a great employee. What are those character traits? We recommend three very important ones to look for in this blog post – https://www.propainterwebsites.com/what-makes-a-great-painting-contractor-employee/.
We hope you find these posts very informative and helpful in your efforts to run a successful business. If there are other topics you’d like to see us cover in a blog or in an infographic, please let us know by emailing us at Team_PPW@ProPainterWebsites.com.