Wood Snobbery

Written by on November 24, 2015 in Wood Snobbery with 0 Comments

deck expoWhat do we do when we aren’t finishing things or testing products and creating content to share?

The answer is pretty simple, we are on the road teaching others how to do, well, all of the above really. And many times, it points back to our long held commitment to wood snobbery.

Our Prep to Finish paint industry training program has had a very busy year with a multiple state #543tour in the spring, and we have just come off a jaunt that took us from Dallas to Chicago to Connecticut for contractor training sessions.

So if you miss us here at TCR, be sure to catch us over at Prep to Finish, where you can see all of the training videos from the sessions we do all over the country.

[Related: Having Trouble Building a Paint Crew? Find out WHY.]

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Driving Change.

Our mission at this point is to continue training the youth who will enter the painting and remodeling trades in the future, while also training the pros of today. We appreciate all of our readers across all of our sites and social media, and especially those we meet on the road!

Remember, it all starts with product. Product drives process. If you don’t know product, it doesn’t really matter what else you think you know.

 

Scott Burt

Scott Burt is a contractor and freelance writer whose column "From the Field" has appeared in American Painting Contractor magazine (www.paintmag.com) since 2008. His writing and projects also appear in other print and digital venues. This site is an extension of Scott's publication work, and he encourages readers to leave comments and questions about articles published here. Hope to hear from you!

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