Thursday, April 22, 2021
Hey, it's Brandon Lewis here. I can't tell you how many times I get on the phone with owners who are at ten, 15, 20 percent net profit in their painting business and they think it's okay. They think...
Hey, it's Brandon with Painter's Weekly. Do you love small jobs? Little bitty, nitpicking jobs. Jobs that take just as much time, energy and effort to go do, to start, to wrap up, to bill, to mobilize for, as...
  If you work in new construction as a painting contractor for any length of time, you understand the difficulties that you face in order to create the kind of cash flow and income you deserve. I'm going to give...
There's a secret in your Painting Business that most Painting Contractors seem to miss. Are you tired of dealing with unruly customers that make you think, "Wow, if only there were a way to...
Are you looking toward the new year, wanting to have the biggest and best year ever in painting, but your hopes are based on 100% emotional enthusiasm ...without a solid action plan? Are you hoping – and hoping alone...
Hey it's Brandon Lewis here, and I want to talk to you about inputs and outputs. Man, was Thanksgiving good. I had three separate Thanksgiving meals, and I have been also digging into the leftovers, so I'm here at the...
Hey guys, it's Brandon Lewis here, with Painters Academy and Painters Weekly. We're going to talk about the six reasons painting contractors have low closing rates and low hourly billable rates. I'll explain the difference in a...
I'm going to talk to you about how to eliminate call backs with one sheet of paper. You may think this is crazy. Surely, this can't be done. Now can you completely eliminate all call backs with one sheet...
There are a lot of painful truths about being in the painting business, but this one may be the most painful of all: When the vast majority of painting contractors retire or leave the profession, they liquidate a few...
Is it really possible to use your painting company as a vehicle for retirement? Can you truly sell it for top dollar? Can you cash out with equity when you decide to exit the painting industry?