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Customer service, estimating, hiring, advertising your services and more are important parts of making your business thrive.

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Customer Research

How homeowners choose painting contractors is always changing. So, we went right to the source.

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Rookie Painter's Handbook

The Rookie Painter’s Handbook is intended to serve as a springboard for the skills you’ll grow with every job — a guide to help round out painting fundamentals and offer you a jumpstart as you begin your career in the painting industry.

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How To Prep Your Jobsite & Protect Your Reputation

Most jobs are 90% prep and 10% painting. And your customers rely on you to protect their home and property while you work. Your reputation depends on it. Learn best practices for what to move, what to cover, what to mask, and how to do it all efficiently when prepping to paint.

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Green or Yellow: Which FrogTape® To Choose

When it comes to FrogTape®, you have Green or you have Yellow. Both are great tapes. But what’s the difference? Find out the basics and benefits of each, and what types of surfaces they’re best suited for.

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3 Proven Strategies For Avoiding Callbacks

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.

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Building Better Estimates

Five best practices to make the most out of every job, before the prep and painting even begins