Spraying polyurethane may sound too complicated for the average person looking to start a new business…but it’s not. Instead, a couple of days of training will open a world of opportunity for getting a business started or adding revenue to an existing one. Dealers buy only products and equipment. There’s no royalties or franchise fees.
Truck bed liner spraying is probably the most well known of applications, but the same protective characteristics apply to trailers, boat decks and hulls, and commercial vehicles of all types.
There is also a wealth of spraying opportunities for both residential and commercial construction and industrial settings. For an example, a commercial floor cleaning business gains a lucrative advantage by offering protective and decorative floor coatings to customers, such as coating library entrances, courthouse steps, showrooms, warehouses, restaurant kitchen areas and more. General contractors add outdoor weather-proofing to decks, retaining walls, foundations and parking lots while landscape businesses offer specialty projects such as seamless, sprayed-in fish ponds, decorative pool decking and waterfalls and other unique features.
Contact us to help you determine how this might fit your business plans. Answer a few questions such as… Will this business start from scratch or be added to an existing one? Will this fit into a workshop location or go mobile to the project?