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Elevated Water Tower Painting

By on January 15, 2014 in Reader Projects with 17 Comments
Elevated Water Tower Painting

  Large scope projects are never simple  Industrial painting on an elevated water tower is a great deal more involved in the aspects of planning, logistics and safety.  When you get down to it, painting is painting.  With qualified painters and depth knowledge of the overall painting process, almost anything can be painted!  Last year, […]

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Denver Historic Home Restoration

By on September 19, 2011 in Homeowner Resources with 2 Comments
Denver Historic Home Restoration

History is abundant in the Denver area. That’s why we take pride in giving older homes a “rejuvenated life.” Whether it’s ensuring an existing building is secure or adding up-to-date amenities, we appreciate the style and architectural needs with the ability to complete the project. Dowd Restoration brings back the value, splendor and integrity in […]

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Blogging for Contractors-The New Reality!

By on September 13, 2011 in Websites and SEO with 5 Comments

It’s official! Blogging is here to stay! But we knew that already, didn’t we?  Some of the most common complaints/excuses not to blog I hear is “I don’t have the time” followed by “I don’t know what to write about”. Well, if you are new to blogging, or have been muddling along on your own, […]

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Online Marketing for Painting Contractors?

By on August 19, 2011 in Websites and SEO with 3 Comments
Online Marketing for Painting Contractors?

Great article on some easy tips to market your company online! I talk to a lot of contractors who get overwhelmed with the amount of Social Media tips out there. Should I Facebook? Be a Tweeter? Join Linkedin?  There is no right answer, you need to do what is right for you and your company, […]

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Blogging-Are you becoming the expert?

By on August 14, 2011 in Random Thoughts with 14 Comments
Blogging-Are you becoming the expert?

Well my blogging buddies, here it is two months later and see how we have grown! Even in the midst of the busiest season for painting contractors, many of you have taken the time to create articles to build some great content. I do appreciate your support and look forward to adding new bloggers to […]

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Dean Lovvorn – Lead Based Paint Consultant

By on July 25, 2011 in Uncategorized with 1 Comment
Dean Lovvorn – Lead Based Paint Consultant

For many years, I ran my own firm as a general contractor doing residential remodeling in the Dallas, Texas area.  Later on, I began to specialize in bathroom remodeling and published a few articles on that subject.  I grew my firm to where we were doing 3 remodels at one time and I was very […]

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And the Winners are……..

By on July 16, 2011 in What's New with 0 Comments
And the Winners are……..

It has been several weeks since my “blogging buddy”  Scott Burt of Topcoat Review announced the “Shootout”, a blogging contest for painters.  I followed the contest, entered it myself, and made a few discoveries while perusing the entries. There is a lot of talent out there! That planted the seed for The Blogging Painters. The […]

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Maximum Painting

By on July 6, 2011 in Random Thoughts with 4 Comments
Maximum Painting

    We all have our “go to” sites, you know the ones, they are usually bookmarked or always open in a tab. The ones that we depend on to keep us up on the the latest trends, tools and topics. Mine are usually Social Media or Business related, but lately I have been checking […]

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The Doors of Perception

By on June 24, 2011 in Social Media with 8 Comments
The Doors of Perception

This month my blog culminated a Blog Shootout for contractors. It was a month long event that was well sponsored by four manufacturers and attracted a small but pleasing variety of writers, from new blogs to some extremely polished and well promoted blogs. The event was interesting and exciting, as it was nice to see […]

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