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Old 01-22-2016, 01:09 PM   #1
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Hello. My name is Steven. I am from Texas and I own/manage my own remodeling company. I started my business myself, with the experience of my Step-Father. He does all of my paint work and patch jobs. I sub out most rest of my work, as I have no employees.

I do all walkthroughs, estimating and bidding, and what-not myself.
Lately, we've been going into remodeling, with future plans to expand our services to a more broad spectrum. I work mainly in concrete, that is my bread and butter apart from my business.

I look forward to learning from the more experienced contractors here.
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Welcome Steven.

Concrete is right up there in the construction stratus with plumbers, framers, and electricians. Were/are you a finisher, pumper, or hauler, and what got you interested in painting? I would imagine that with the economy and housing building a little more steam, concrete work would be be in more demand.
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