College Works Painting Comes to South City

South San Francisco, CA   April 1, 2016   Submitted by Kayla Harper, College Works Painting     college works

Dear Homeowners,

How many years has it been since your house was last painted? Is it time to give your home a fresh new look and protect your most valuable investment? In terms of dollars, realtors say that painting is an inexpensive, yet surefire way to increase the value of your home by up to 5%.

I’d like to introduce myself.  I’m Kayla Harper, a student at the San Jose State University and a 2015 graduate of Basic Academy of International Studies.

This is my first year in a management internship with College Works Painting, and the experience and training gained has assured a quality job and customer satisfaction for you this year. College Works, if you’ve haven’t heard of us, is the largest painting contractor in the Northwest, and we employ hundreds of college students across the country each summer, letting them learn entrepreneurial skills firsthand from running their own painting business.

College Works Painting:

  • Is fully licensed, bonded, insured, and a Better Business Bureau member
  •  Has maintained a 97% customer satisfaction rating over the past 20 years
  •  Stands behind their work with a written 2 or 5 year guarantee

I’d like to paint your house this summer. My professionalism is unmatched and my prices are tough to beat. My fully trained crew and I offer service packages that include:

  • Pressure washing
  •  Scraping and sanding as necessary
  •  Priming, puttying, and caulking
  •  Complete protection of gardens, drives and walkways from overspray or damage
  •  Top quality paint or stain
  •  Decks, trim, garage doors – No job is too small!

Of course, I’ll customize my proposal to make sure you’re getting exactly what you want.

To request a free quote today, just call me directly at 415-966-6207, or drop me an email at kharper71@collegeworks.com .

Respectfully Yours,

 

Kayla Harper

P.S. Remember, I want to paint your house! It only takes a few days for us to finish your “new” home and the price is tough to beat!

 

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About College Works Program  Company Overview

College Works Painting gives undergraduate students an extraordinary opportunity to build a competitive resume and gain marketable skills by teaching them how to manage their very own painting business.
We help them develop and demonstrate a strong skillset encompassing business ethics, communication, organizational management and sales, along with a firm understanding of the mechanics of leadership applicable to any profession.
We pride ourselves on delivering quality workmanship at a fair price, on immaculate jobsites and earning the unqualified trust of our customers. We use nothing but top-of-the-line materials. And our team members are always energetic, polite and highly industrious.
Not surprisingly, our customer satisfaction ratings are some of the highest in the industry.

Fast Facts

Founded in 1993
Operate in over 35 states
Paint more than 10,000 homes annually
Hire 2000+ college students every year
Fully licensed and insured · General Liability and Workers Compensation Insurance
One year complimentary guarantee of quality and extended warranties offered. Details available on request
Tips & Articles: College Works Painting Blog

College Works Painting takes the responsibility of raising a new generation of business leaders and providing the best possible customer experience to homeowners very seriously. We actively contribute our expertise in educating entrepreneurs and providing quaility paint jobs to the community via our Blog which contains tips and great articles for both homeowners and students. You’ll find everything from home improvement tips to advice on how to get a great job after you graduate from college.
College Works Painting Blog >

For more information on this program CLICK HERE.

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