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Old 11-12-2013, 05:55 PM   #1
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Went to the Sherwin Williams Pro Show Today @ the A La Carte Pavilion in Tampa. Got some amazing deals on sundries. Bought cases & cases of plastic,tape,caulk,rollers,brushes,etc...
Also bought a brand new Graco 400 for $1,000. They threw in extra hose,extension wand,10 tips,gun.
Graco rep gave me a new pro shot 2 for free for turning in the 2 old ones we had!!
And another pressure washer. mi t m 4000 psi,300 ft of no mark hose,extension wand,gun,tips,shut off valve and surface cleaner for $1,200
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That's some pretty good deals. I used to go to our local pro show but rarely found deals like you did. I would get a few freebies in the goodie bag but that wasn't enough to keep me going to them.
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We use allot of 3M 99 plastic. Picked that up for a little over $10 a roll case price. My price is usually around $14
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Must say I really enjoy the pro shows. Went to the one in Orlando a few weeks ago but if I had known about the one in Tampa I would have went. Really enjoyed talking to other painters and the company reps, and looking at the new products. We are a couple hours from Orlando SW had a charter bus for us, so it was pretty cool.
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The more I see pricing on here..I feel better about mine....
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I hope your OSB pricing helps you sleep at night...
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Through it out there Rich?? Lets see some pricing. I truly doubt you are beating any of those I just threw out
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Did you ask about tinting?
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Through it out there Rich?? Lets see some pricing. I truly doubt you are beating any of those I just threw out
Guessing he will be using his Certa Pro prices to compare with your SW Show prices.
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Went to the Sherwin Williams Pro Show Today @ the A La Carte Pavilion in Tampa. Got some amazing deals on sundries. Bought cases & cases of plastic,tape,caulk,rollers,brushes,etc...
Also bought a brand new Graco 400 for $1,000. They threw in extra hose,extension wand,10 tips,gun.
Graco rep gave me a new pro shot 2 for free for turning in the 2 old ones we had!!
And another pressure washer. mi t m 4000 psi,300 ft of no mark hose,extension wand,gun,tips,shut off valve and surface cleaner for $1,200
I wish my boss was as smart to get when the gettins good
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And all this time I thought Sundries was some sort of ice cream........
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Guessing he will be using his Certa Pro prices to compare with your SW Show prices.
Those are his prices. I mentioned to him the other day in a Ben Moore thread when he complained how expensive it was that his SWP prices are unique in being very low for a contractor like him.
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Same here.Lots of guys here overpay for paint or sundries by actually a lot! Fight for your price!
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Through it out there Rich?? Lets see some pricing. I truly doubt you are beating any of those I just threw out
Up here 3m plastic retails for 13-14....so I know I'm not paying that....I have a friend I went to school with who is an assistant at sherwin and gives me 30% off all my sundries...if I go to her store...
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Those are his prices. I mentioned to him the other day in a Ben Moore thread when he complained how expensive it was that his SWP prices are unique in being very low for a contractor like him.
And yes...I told my store three years ago.."you either match certa pro prices on my account and you can get the sale/commision or you can ring me up under certa pro and get nothing" what do you think they said...give some one an offer they can't refuse or put them in a place they don't want too be.....it works....

When I started for certa I was getting woodscapes for $18.99..now $21.50 and super paint flat is like 22 something I think..but I use a lot of a100 which I get for $18 something. ...only one I think I get shafted on is promar but like I said I'm using sher scrub cuse its way cheaper like 12 or 14
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That 3m 99 retails for $17 and change here
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Everyone here specs Super Paint for exteriors. I don't think I could get by with A-100. I used to price a good,better,best. Big waste of my time. Everyone wanted better
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Wish I could have gone...

Have two exteriors going and did a roof today. Burned almost an entire tank of diesel.

You guys get some insane prices. This noob has a ceder project next week and I'm fighting with the guy over using home depot ****.

HD **** provides a 25 year warranty and woodscapes is only 8.
HD **** is 36.95 per gallon - WS is 47.95 and with my huge noob contractors discount they quoted me at 37 and change per..

I charge the homeowners the retail price. They don't get my discount.

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I have always liked woodscapes, but ACE acrylic stain is a much better product and is only $22.99 gallon retail

http://www.acehardware.com/product/i...624971.1305440.
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I have always liked woodscapes, but ACE acrylic stain is a much better product and is only $22.99 gallon retail

http://www.acehardware.com/product/i...624971.1305440.
I agree!
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