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Old 07-09-2011, 03:21 AM   #1
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Well my wife was offered a great job in Denver and it looks like we will be moving the towards the end of the year........ anyone from the area that can tell me if there's steady work there?
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Old 07-09-2011, 10:31 PM   #2
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I can't recall any Denver members here, I am sure there are though. Check out this guy, he is pretty big.
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Me! I'm in Dtown. There's tons of work here! We are so spread out with tons of homes in the suburbs (NC) and tons and tons of remodeling/scraping going on near the city - the old 1900's homes.
Lots of competition, too. However, enough areas to handle it. Oh, and lots of lowballers, too
The Paint Guy above is Vivax Pro Painting. They started up a few years ago and now dominate the exterior scene in many subrban neighborhoods. Irelands Finest Painting saturates the older home market right near the city.
You're moving to one of the most amazing states!!! You'll absolutely love it here!
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Me! I'm in Dtown. There's tons of work here! We are so spread out with tons of homes in the suburbs (NC) and tons and tons of remodeling/scraping going on near the city - the old 1900's homes.
Lots of competition, too. However, enough areas to handle it. Oh, and lots of lowballers, too
The Paint Guy above is Vivax Pro Painting. They started up a few years ago and now dominate the exterior scene in many subrban neighborhoods. Irelands Finest Painting saturates the older home market right near the city.
You're moving to one of the most amazing states!!! You'll absolutely love it here!
Hey man im Pete! thanks for the heads up.I'm really looking forward to getting up that way.. Very beautiful country.Maybe I'll give ya a call when I get up that way. Is there any call for elastomeric ? I'm not even planning on goin out on my own up there I'm hoping to find a good company and foreman a crew and avoid the hassle of being an upstart newb in a city I don't really know
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Hey man im Pete! thanks for the heads up.I'm really looking forward to getting up that way.. Very beautiful country.Maybe I'll give ya a call when I get up that way. Is there any call for elastomeric ? I'm not even planning on goin out on my own up there I'm hoping to find a good company and foreman a crew and avoid the hassle of being an upstart newb in a city I don't really know
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What's up, man. I'm a native to this city and state. I've been other places (traveling), however, this place always keeps me staying. Many who grow up here, don't leave, and those that move here, don't leave It's just a beautiful area with so much to do! Definitely give a call when you arrive.
There is a call for elastomeric here. Not a huge demand, but there's some stucco and brick flying around town. I don't think many contractors here push the benefits of elastomeric. A good and busy guy, Jim Dowd with Dowd Restoration, is pushing the elastomeric movement here. He does specialty coatings like epoxy floors, etc., both res. and commercial.
I'm more on the interior scene, however, enjoy the few exteriors I sell. I'm a small operation right now, but, like most, would love to grow! I'm more than interested in hearing suggestions and possible partnership with what I have built so far for Mod Paint Works. I've learned a lot, but have a lot to learn and hope to never stop learning. I'm positive you have much knowledge that I don't and maybe we can entertain the idea of teaming up...??
Hope the move goes well and the city welcomes you nicely
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