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Old 06-09-2012, 08:11 AM   #1
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I'm not sure if your forum would consider us professional painters. We do general contracting, including painting of entire apartments. Would this fit into your definition?
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Yes. Welcome to pt.
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Sure. Residential, commercial, new construction, remodel, apartments- if its architectural coatings your all good. As a contractor its a double bonus because this site is more geared to employers (solo operators to national outfits).

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Ok. Thanks.
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If you earn money to live by painting, you roughly qualify.
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professional painters and related trades are welcome.

welcome.

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If you earn money to live by painting, you roughly qualify.
Crap! I've been posting here under false pretenses!

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