You’ve heard the old saying that some kids were ‘born with a silver spoon in their mouth’. Well, I guess you could say that I was ‘born with a paint brush in my hand’.
My dad, Claudell Stalvey, started his painting business and began serving the people in the Myrtle Beach area around 1970. While most kids were out playing during their summer break from school, I was learning from my father how to putty, caulk and sand. By age fifteen I could paint right along with the best of his workers twice my age.
That was many years ago and the painting family tradition continues today. In the early years my father focused mainly on big volume commercial jobs but I have added high end residential projects because I enjoy the artistic element of meticulous work.
Throughout the years I have not only made a lot of clients but developed many close friendships. Seeing a satisfied happy client/friend at the end of the job makes my work very rewarding. I believe happy clients and good friends are far more important than a silver spoon. But that would have been nice :)
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