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Whether you're a General Contractor, Painting Contractor or Drywall and Taping contractor, you need to have at least one person on staff that knows how to patch. Maybe you're looking for a job but no one wants to give you the experience that you need to break into the industry... PatchBoyz can help!
How many times have you completed a project and then either realized your self or been called back by the client for drywall repairs, be it nicks and dings in the wall from clean up or re-opining of a wall to adjust electrical or plumbing, all after project completion?
If you subbed out the drywall portion of the work, it is unlikely that your sub was able to come repair it in a timely manner... if at all. Having a training guy on staff will help you remain in good standing with your client. This is why we crated the drywall training course.
Let us know if you would like to discuss this opportunity and see how others have benefited and streamlined their jobs and project wrap-ups.
I'm a GC and have a question
You usually have a drywall guy on staff. But what if he absolutely need to be at another location on the day where he is needed? We recommend having one trained drywall guy per painting crew. The types of repairs a painter needs to do are usually not complicated. Something that requires intermediate skill. This can be taught in 7 days with our 2 day theoretical and video course and 5 days in the field with us. Inquire about Drywall Classes with us.
I'm a Paint contractor and have a question
We both know how fast a good crew of drywallers or tapers flies around a job-site. Despite the fact that drywall and taping are more of an aquired art-form than most other trades, it somehow pays less. This means we have to move extremely fast.
Don't slow your team down and lower your profit just to train a new guy. If you have a new hire that you know will be good, send him to us. We'll train him up and send him back to you a new man (or woman). This person will have aqquired the skills to add backing, measure and cut drywall and install a piece of drywall without breaking the paper. Then, they will learn how to tape and do their 3 coats. They will learn how to sand (not over-sand) and even how to prime. This person will be sent back to you, knowing how to do all these things from this Taper Course.
The only thing you will have the give them is the opportunity to practice what they learned and executed during their time with us