More often than not, home owners run into situations where the need to paint is urgent in
nature: you’ve just bought a house and you need to re-decorate it before you move in, you’ve
decided to sell your house and now you want to get it presentable as quickly as possible before
you put the property on the market, you’re a landlord between tenants and you need to spruce
the unit up before the next showing, or you’re a developer and you need the building painted
without delay to take advantage of market conditions.

Problem is, all the good painters are rarely available on an immediate basis – and if they are
available, you’ll definitely want to know the reason why.

No need to compromise your standards just because most of the top-rated painters are flat out.
There are select painting contractors who have the ability to expand capacity on an immediate
basis, which means you can get action fast without resorting to the painter who hasn’t had
work in months (again, ask yourself “why?”).

The truth is, every painting contractor runs into a little downtime, but odds are you’re not going
to find them when you happen to have an urgent need.
Until now.

Savvy contractors prepare for elastic demand by maintaining a core staff for normal workloads,
and have provisions for expanding their capability by augmenting their crew with pre-screened
contractors who may welcome the work as they fill in their schedule.

No one knows the pecking order of quality painting contractors in any given market better than
a leading contractor. When demand builds, a few calls to familiar contractors will generally
yield enough surplus talent to satisfy most any workload spike. The key is prearranged
agreements (pricing, terms, conditions) among select contractors to support one another by
sub-contracting work as the vagaries of supply and demand dictate.

This healthy regard among top competitors enable leading contractors to respond to any
urgent market demand with flexible capacity and execution confidence. Resourceful
contractors aren’t constrained by finite staffs; they can deliver results regardless of demand
without charging a premium or creating undue delay.

Burke has spent the better part of his career in the contract staffing industry and is adept at applying the
principles of dealing with elastic supply and demand as it relates specifically to the painting trade.