His persistence and hard work paid off and slowly the business began to grow. The early years were extremely rough, but eventually he hired his first employee and began to make a name for himself. Instinctively, he knew it was important to build a reputation for quality workmanship and customer satisfaction. To learn more, he joined national trade organizations such as the Painting and Decorating Contractors of America (PDCA), and was mentored by family members and successful businessmen (who have grown to become some of his closest friends).
Year by year, our founder added employees, staff, and systems. Eventually, this painting company because the first in California to receive accreditation from the PDCA, and has since evolved into the highly successful business that it is today.
ALLBRiGHT PAINTING is known not only for the quality work we perform, but also for the incredible charitable contributions we make to our local community through Paint-It-Forward and other programs we have spearheaded. In April 2017, our Los Angeles painting company received California’s 38th Assembly District’s Small Business of the Month award for Josh’s contributions to the community through Paint-It-Forward. ALLBRiGHT has also received dozens of national awards recognizing both our workmanship and humanitarianism.
Josh now has the privilege of mentoring other young contractors, and regularly speaks at events across the United States. He does this because he has never forgotten those difficult early years, and is so grateful for the people who invested in him and helped make this business what it is today.
For more on Josh and ALLBRiGHT PAINTING, check out this interview on Blogging Painters, where Josh discusses the importance of company culture, failures, where he’d like to see our company in 10 years, and a few pieces of advice he feels other business owners could find beneficial.