The COVID-19 pandemic brings both challenges and opportunities to commercial painting contractors. In light of restrictions imposed for reopening, building owners and general contractors could be hesitant to move forward with painting projects. However, pandemic conditions may open up new opportunities for contractors to bring added value to their customers and assure them that yes, “it’s OK to paint.”
The webinar will discuss results from a new survey of facility owners and GCs that outline the reasons they may hesitate to move forward with painting work. In this webinar, six of the nation’s top commercial painting contractors will:
Describe challenges contractors face, as well as opportunities and solutions that bring added value to customers in pandemic conditions; and
Offer feedback on which suppliers’ offerings can help painting contractors work safely and add value to customers during the pandemic.
Webinar sponsors include CompanyCam, Benjamin Moore & Co., Tnemec Company Inc., Prosoco, McBrayer & Associates, Graco Inc., The Wooster Brush Company and Commercial Contractor Connect.Participating contractors include Hester Painting & Decorating, Service Contracting Solutions, WT Kenney & Co, Inc., Long Painting Company, Steinbrecher Painting Inc. and Bazan Painting Co.Discussion points were collected through a survey sent out last month in which companies and contractors were invited to share their tactics for maneuvering work during the global health crisis.Protective equipment manufacturer Bullard responded to the survey saying:“With the pandemic halting the world’s economy, we at Bullard have taken leadership roles in our industry in educating our workforce on proper PPE respiratory care. This is even more important in the industrial sector, as we battle a new ‘normal’ in our daily routines on a worksite.“We are proud not just to educate but help create products currently being used in our industry. Yet at the same time give education on alternative solutions to continuing our livelihood when PPE becomes limited in supply.”Register for free here.
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