This is the next job we’re starting in the morning. A few of you know the place, perhaps you’ve even napped on this swing.
It’s gonna need a little fixing first, but we’ll get it looking good. That brings me to my quandary for you this evening: I’m trying to think of a name for my paint company.
So far we keep coming back to “Revival Painting.” I don’t want to sound bibical, but “revival” is the very word for some new wood, a couple cases of caulk and a few buckets of paint. It’ll look like a new house.
Ashley really likes “Revival Painting.” I agree that it has an edge. But I’m afraid that in a business where things are so word-of-mouth, people won’t see the presentation. But they will hear “Revival” and write it off as “bible belt.” They’ll think they’re calling the handyman with his truck sleeved in 17 bible verses. Nothing wrong with that, I suppose. But that’s not my truck.
This house needs to washed and redeemed from a terrible spray job. Just look at that gutter, it looks like a t shirt. The job didn’t last, needless to say. Those guys were long gone before it dried.
But I do like “Revival Painting.” It has a punch. Revival is what some old boards need. They also need a few replaced.
So I’m asking you. Do you like Revival Painting? If you just heard the name what would you think? And Dustin, can you make it look cool?
Feel free to give us ideas.
My other idea was “Rusty Ray Shawn Restoration.” Say it fast. It’s like saying the same thing twice. Here’s Knox, or “Shawn,” from the last house.
Rusty Ray Shawn Restoration. Paint it done, paint it right now.