Paint Professionally 101 - Tim Fallon

Paint Professionally 101

By Tim Fallon

  • Release Date: 2011-07-13
  • Genre: Crafts & Hobbies

Description

Even during the Depression, there were people who worked - who were in demand. The same holds true today. Although it may be difficult to find jobs working for other people at this point and many companies are cutting back, the service industry is booming. In fact, services that involve trades are busier than ever. Most people today are opting to fix up their homes rather than try to sell them. They need trades people who can help them in this respect. The service industry has always been a good way to start your own business. Most of the trades, however, take considerable skills and require you to go to vocational school to learn. Tradesmen, however, are in great demand and always find use for their skills, no matter what the economic climate. But even if you are not a trained worker, you can still make a profitable business in this industry. You Just Have To Be Willing To Work!... Are you willing to work hard and get paid for doing so? Do you like the idea of setting your own schedule and operating your own business? Would you like the potential to earn whatever you want without having to worry about a ceiling? You can have all of this in the service industry, even if you do not have many skills. After all, there are no really difficult skills to acquire if you are willing to paint professionally for a living. While other books promise you riches and are filled with empty promises on how to get rich quick, this is a real book with a real business plan and tells you everything that you need to know about starting your own house painting business. House painters are in more demand than ever before. People are fixing up their homes instead of selling them, or doing whatever they can to get them presentable to sell. Even in a booming economy, this type of business does well. House painting is not a get rich quick scheme - it is a real way to make money. If you are willing to work for a living and manage your own business, you can make a fortune. You will be in such demand that you will actually have to turn work down. Don't believe me? Try to get a house painter to come out to your house for an estimate. Chances are that you will call people who will not return your calls, or not be able to do the job because they are too busy. This is how it is always with the trades and the service industries. If you are willing to work for a living, or manage a business of others, you can start a house painting business with very little money and end up with a very profitable business. In this book, you'll learn how to start up your own house painting business, including the legal aspect as well as how to hire help. This book also teaches you everything you need to know to protect yourself as your business grows and prosper. It basically teaches you everything that you need to get your business off the ground and send it soaring! In addition to teaching you how to start a business, this book also focuses on house painting. It discusses the right paint to use, how to paint the outside of a house and the inside of the house. It also discusses what types of finishes and extra touches that people will look for when it comes to getting their house painted. Best of all, anyone can learn how to paint! This book even discusses faux painting and how you can easily learn how to learn different techniques that are in demand by customers who will be glad to hire you today!