In This Issue...
by Joe Maty
There are various management theories about running a company. Jeff Hester knows about those theories. But he goes his own way….the Hester Way.
Painting of residential exteriors is not rocket science, but failing to follow the fundamentals of a proven formula for success is a surefire recipe for failure.
by Kenneth A. Trimber
The paint systems used on buildings are selected from published performance data, manufacturer’s recommendations, previous experience, and referrals from others.
by Grant Klatt
A primary consideration that commands attention before a building-improvement project is initiated is the decision about what tools to use.
by Steven H. Miller
Variety is the spice of concrete. It is not a uniform material, and decorative-concrete techniques often take advantage of its variation.
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