How would my husband and I start a painting contracting business in New Orleans?

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5 Responses to “How would my husband and I start a painting contracting business in New Orleans?”

  1. D-pig said:

    I would imagine that this might be in high demand. Just go to New Orleans and advertise in the local papers. You should be getting calls in no time.

  2. Deb C said:

    Since the hurricane everyone on the coast is skeptical of hiring help that is not registered and licensed. So many people came in, took the money and ran. My advice is to register with the Parrish as a contractor. Get a license, you’ll need a contractor number, it wouldn’t hurt to register with the BBB either. It will cost more in the beginning to get started, but trust me, in the long run you’ll have more work because you’ve gone about it the right way and instilled trust in the public eye. Good luck, with your business. You might also look into the Mississippi Gulf Coast, the re-building is going a little bit faster there, you might find more work than you can handle!

  3. quackpotwatcher said:

    know about mold remediation,know how to paint,visit there,buy 20 gallons of 2 colors of paint,go there,rent a motel room for 2 weeks.(close to area of flood damage) print up business cards walk or drive around,ask around.plan to stay 6 mos or a year, & see what happens.

  4. web4u said:

    Go to the web site below for tips, guides, and funding info from the city’s Business Retention & Expansion department.

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