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Old 07-29-2011, 03:34 PM   #1
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Hi my name is Cary and glad to be part of this forum. 2 brothers and I have a small drywall/painting business in Tucson, AZ. Have been in the drywall business since 97' and been painting as a business for about 4 years. Most of our painting jobs consist of rolling ceilings once popcorn has been removed and retextured, spraying interior homes/apartments for local landlords and a few interior roll jobs. I know we still have a long way before we can consider our selfs master painters but are very excited to learn everything we can about it and expand our painting services. We only take on jobs we know we can handle and do good work on and the homeowners will be happy.
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Old 07-29-2011, 06:21 PM   #2
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Welcome from Kingman AZ!! stick around theres lots of good honest folks here !
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Welcome from Utah, nice to see more guys from the southwest!
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Thanks guys.

Still finding some great posts. Some are very old but very helpfull. Trying to get the hang of how these forums work.
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Hi my name is Cary and glad to be part of this forum. 2 brothers and I have a small drywall/painting business in Tucson, AZ. Have been in the drywall business since 97' and been painting as a business for about 4 years. Most of our painting jobs consist of rolling ceilings once popcorn has been removed and retextured, spraying interior homes/apartments for local landlords and a few interior roll jobs. I know we still have a long way before we can consider our selfs master painters but are very excited to learn everything we can about it and expand our painting services. We only take on jobs we know we can handle and do good work on and the homeowners will be happy.

Do you paint the ceilings before or after you texture. Yes it seems like a dumb question but for some reason, alot of painters (no offense guys) seem to think you have to prime the old drywall, which is usually never the case.
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Old 08-14-2011, 03:02 PM   #10
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Welcome from Oklahoma.

btw- you don't have to do all the fancy stuff to be an awesome company. Just be really good at what you contracted to do for someone and back it up, if anything ever goes awry. The other stuff will develop over time.
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