Family of Coatings Canton, OH

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Who will be there?

     Do you know who will be at your home or business when you hire a contractor?  Does it matter?  Aren’t they all the same?

     The answers to these few questions may save you a lot of money and frustration.  They are the first contact a client will have with a contractors workers.  They will represent the people you hire to solve your problems.  Are they qualified, trustworthy and reliable?

     I have seen many employees enter a home or business and complete the exact work you wish for and without a blip.  On the other hand, I have seen employees ruin a project and everything connected to the job quicker then you can imagine.

     In our business, we determine who will be there.  We hire them and we support them.  Our employees are not painters hired off the street and have worked for various companies.  They do not bring old skills, good or bad with them to our business.  Our company is based on the concept that we hire good people and train them.  No previous professional skills or habits.  How does this work?  We hire people who are GOOD and possess the work and people skills to complete the task we desire.  They are very trainable and want to become the best they can in their field of endeavor.  They are friendly, smart and willing to help in every situation.  That we believe are the people who will be there.

     Our goal from day one is to train our new employees to become the Craftsmen and women we desire.  Our owner, Peggy Miller is well suited for this job.  She has over 18 years of growing our business.  Training every employee to become the best they can at what we do.  We expect all employees to apply paint the same as each other, every time.  No matter the task, everyone is fully trained to create Value for our client.  Jobs done right without the hassles or problems that often happen with some businesses.  A well run machine with the best results every time.  dreamstime_7913782

     I hope this gives you a better understanding of when you hire a contractor it does make a difference who will be there.  Thank you.