Experienced Business Owner Brings Fresh Coat to Southern Maine

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Fresh Coat of Portland offers resident and commercial painting services in and around Maine's York and Cumberland counties.

Roger Teachout

We only hire the best local painters and they all have to pass a criminal history background check. We want you, the customer, to feel extremely comfortable with who will be working in your home or business. - Roger Teachout

Roger Teachout is pleased to announce the grand opening of his new, professional painting business, Fresh Coat of Portland.

Fresh Coat offers residential and commercial painting services including interior and exterior painting, wood staining, finishing, and many other services for nearly every protective paint application. The company has a 24/7 receptionist, online scheduling and detailed, competitive, free quotes.

Fresh Coat of Portland will be serving York and Cumberland County primarily, but will quote, service and complete projects outside of those counties where there is demand. Teachout’s professional painters, who, on average, have more than ten years of painting experience, are vetted, tested, trained and insured after passing a rigorous employment check and background investigation.

“I’m looking forward to offering a premier painting service in this area through Fresh Coat Painters of Portland,” Teachout said. “Fresh Coat has a fantastic system and the national Fresh Coat team – from the corporate staff to the owners across the country – have a wealth of knowledge and experience. Fresh Coat of Portland is new and locally owned and operated, but we are backed by a national company with an amazing reputation, great reviews and a firm commitment to quality and service.”

In the last 14 years, Teachout has owned and operated several successful businesses in Southern Maine, including an oceanfront hotel and a large apartment complex. He was looking for his next opportunity when he found Fresh Coat.

Teachout was attracted to Fresh Coat Painters for multiple reasons, but he’s especially excited about having his own employees rather than working with subcontractors. Although having employees is more expensive than sub-contractors, Teachout has more control over the type and quality of employee that is being hired, raising the quality of the employee within the business. He’s also able to evaluate, train and elevate each employee to become most effective and efficient painter possible.

“One of the things that makes Fresh Coat different is that we have a very in-depth hiring process. We only hire the best local painters and they all have to pass a criminal history background check. We want you, the customer, to feel extremely comfortable with who will be working in your home or business,” Teachout said. “Additionally, since they are employees and not subcontractors, we know exactly who we’re sending to your home or business.”

Fresh Coat offers a commitment to service that includes a 3-3-3 service pledge. This pledge promises to answer a phone call within three rings, quote a job within three days (customer schedule permitting) and starting that project (once contract approved) within three weeks. With more than 120 locations nationwide, Fresh Coat Painters brings quality customer service, top-notch painting products, professionalism and competitive pricing to the residential and commercial painting industry.

Fresh Coat was founded in 2004 as part of Strategic Franchising Systems. Since 2015, Fresh Coat has been included in the Bond’s Top 100 and named to Entrepreneur Magazine’s Franchise 500 list. Fresh Coat is also a part of the International Franchise Association, the Small Business Association’s Franchise Registry, VetFran, and Minority Fran. All Fresh Coat of Portland employees are trained, dependable, fully insured and background checked and the company is bonded and insured.

For more information about Fresh Coat of Portland, call 207 579-0555, email rteachout(at)freshcoatpainters.com or visit http://www.freshcoatportlandme.com.

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