23 Year Old Painting Contractor Expanding to Fill Gaps in Home Renovation

 After 23 years in business, and Denver painting company is expanding and changing its name. Walls by Design Inc. has serviced the Denver Metro offering interior painting services to homeowners and designers for 23 years. Nick May, owner of Walls by Design, has slowly expanded their service offering in recent years to include cabinet painting, tile installation, and trim carpentry. “We focus on smaller projects for homeowners. They need a backsplash, or some crown added to their cabinets, or want a feature wall. These are the projects larger contractors don’t want to take on, and thus, homeonwers don’t know where to go. Enter, Walls by Design,” reports May. Mr. May went on to say, “We are constantly looking for services that complement our painting, and things that our homeowners are asking for. Recently we have decided to expand into wallpaper installation to fill a much-needed gap.”

Wallpaper installation had seen a huge decline in the 90s. Due to the decline in demand, many painting contractors simply were not offering the service anymore. Historically, painting contractors were seen as painters and decorators, but with aging wallpaper hangers, and few opting to get trained, the trade has almost become extinct. The Wallcovering Installers Association (WIA), formerly known as the National Guild of Professional Paperhangers (NGPP), was founded in 1974 once had thousands of members, but has dwindled to less than 400 members.

Today, designers and homeowners across the country are finding it hard to locate a qualified wallpaper installer due to retiring baby-boomers and a lack of trained workers. To fill this gap, Walls by Design is launching a training center for painting and wallpaper hanging in Denver, and will be offering professional and homeowner level classes.

To better represent the expanded services, Walls by Design has recently changed their name to Walls by Design Painting and Decorating. For more information, please check out their website at wallsbydesign.com.

Walls by Design

Nick May

303-346-1694

www.wallsbydesign.com

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Cabinet painting, tile installation, trim carpentry

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  • Architecture
  • Business
  • Construction & Building
  • Entrepreneurial Development
  • Interior Design
  • Real Estate

General Contractor in Garland, Texas, Launches Commercial Division, Expanding Customer Base

 Arrow Construction & Demolition is proud to announce the launch of a new commercial division beginning in January 2022.

The licensed general contractor, based out of Garland, Texas, has historically focused on residential services like kitchen and bathroom remodels, new additions, flooring, and demolition for homeowners. However, with the launch of its commercial division, it will now be able to serve local businesses and organizations with a whole suite of commercial contracting services.

After building up its workforce and fortifying its equipment, Arrow Construction & Demolition is able to serve commercial clients in a wide variety of industries, including:

– Hotels and inns

– Restaurants

– Retail and grocery stores

– Law practices

– Medical practices

– Nonprofit organizations

– Municipal agencies

– Call centers

– Health and fitness centers

– Miscellaneous offices

It is important to note that the construction company is launching this commercial division in direct response to a growing demand for reliable, trustworthy general contractors in the business sector.

“Owning a small business is immensely challenging, especially right now. That’s why we understand when business owners are wary of general contractors. They can’t afford to hire the wrong team and waste their precious resources,” explains Juan “Ramon” Sanchez, owner of Arrow Construction & Demolition.

“We decided it was time for us to help out our fellow business owners in Garland by providing them with honest, dependable work. Hence, our new commercial division.”

Local businesses can now hire Arrow Construction & Demolition for any of the following services:

– New commercial construction

– Tenant improvements

– Office build-outs

– Commercial concrete

– Commercial remodeling

– Hotel and restaurant renovations

Arrow Construction & Demolition is a commercial construction company with 15+ years of trade experience, providing all-inclusive service to businesses in Garland, Allen, Dallas, and beyond.

Arrow Construction & Demolition

Juan “Ramon” Sanchez

(214) 790-7607

www.arrowconstructiontx.com

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  • Construction & Building

Hong Kong – Contractor fined for violation of safety legislation

Contractor fined for violation of safety legislation

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     Leung Kai Engineering Company Limited was fined $80,000 at Kowloon City Magistrates’ Courts today (October 11) for violation of the Factories and Industrial Undertakings Ordinance, the Construction Sites (Safety) Regulations and the Factories and Industrial Undertakings (Safety Management) Regulation. The prosecutions were launched by the Labour Department.
 
     The case involved a fatal accident that occurred on July 21, 2020, at a tunnel under construction in Kowloon Bay. While a team of workers was working on a reinforcement bar structure on the site, the structure suddenly collapsed, causing the workers to fall together with the collapsing structure. As a result, one worker died and six workers sustained injuries.

Hong Kong – Contractor fined for violation of safety legislation

Contractor fined for violation of safety legislation

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     Well Tech Engineering & Construction Company Limited was fined $85,000 at Kowloon City Magistrates’ Courts today (May 10) for violation of the Factories and Industrial Undertakings Ordinance and the Factories and Industrial Undertakings (Safety Management) Regulation. The prosecutions were launched by the Labour Department.
 
     The case involved a fatal accident that occurred on July 21, 2020, at a tunnel under construction in Kowloon Bay. While a team of workers was working on a reinforcement bar structure on the site, the structure suddenly collapsed, causing the workers to fall together with the collapsing structure. As a result, one worker died and six workers sustained injuries.