So you went and got involved with roofing, where all customers are sweetness and light, right? :cheesygriGrumpy said:Yeah but your the admin so you can get away with it
I on the other hand only design my own sites now. I'm through with the head aches involved with being a web designer for hire. Bah humbug!
Still impressive for most people... but I understand your driveGrumpy said:Oh hehe I forgot to mention that's not the winter month average. In the winter months I can pull in a whopping $500 a week gross because production halts to a minimum. I'll gross 65k this year.
How old are you Grumpy, if you don't mind me asking?Grumpy said:I'm still young with big plans.
Nathan, great site! Do you run your own business w/ men working for you? Am new to this site- I own a small painting company with a fledgeling website and I won't give you the address because the guy who set it up for us left it w/ purple text and some cheesy sayings in it just to get it up and running. Haven't had the time to revamp it but I see the website, eventally, as a way to set my company apart from what a lot of high-end residential homeowners refer to as "those grungy, dirt-ball types." Most people who are willing to allow complete strangers to borrow access to their homes for a day or week want to feel a sense of trust in a contractor. A website gives them a opportunity to gain a sense of organization and professionalism. Still have to do a good job once you get in but I think griz is on the money w/ legitimacy. How do you guys get leads for locals wanting estimates other than signs or flyers- meaning a leads service?nwingate said:I got you beat.... 27. Been painting since I was 18.
(also have big plans...)