Forum Title: Why I don't mind sharing tips, tricks, and technical information.
We are in an era of drywall, certainly in my general area, where this industry is plagued by a lack of skilled workers, by people with 0 training taking drywall jobs, apprenticeship programs have been canceled, the very best in the industry are retiring and quality is taking a back seat to speed. Other than that, most people are not capable of listening, or admitting fact. I get tired of showing up to hack jobs to fix someone elses work. This is an era that will certainly become known as the dark ages of drywall. This is not an easy job, its messy, its hard work and many people will never even attempt it. So I have 0 fear that I will loose money by sharing information. I have more on my plate than I can handle. This is an industry that I love and will always love. Finishing drywall has become one of my deepest passions, and I do mean passion, I suffer for the best I can do. Im always reasonable about pricing, and it doesn't matter if its low income, small job, large job, commercial, I always do the best work I know how to do. If its a hard to reach spot and spec'd finish to the deck, I'll do what ever it takes to make sure a Job gets done as spec'd. And I do solemnly swear to never let quality take a back seat to speed, no matter how backed up I get or how many people are calling.... I won't lie, as hard a job as drywall is, the hardest part of being a self employed drywaller is trying to keep every one happy. Please do the best work you can and dont hold back from teaching best practices and tricks of the trade.
Category: Drywall Post By: CARL P (Mesa, AZ), 02/19/2018

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