Posted to Event on 8/10/2011 at 2:34 PM
Havertown, PA (August, 2011) – Despite Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate of 7.6%, Nolan Painting of Havertown is hiring about a dozen painters in August. The summer time is the busiest time of the year for Nolan where they receive approximately 50 calls a week to schedule outdoor painting projects. According to President Kevin Nolan, “our numbers are up. We have 50 painters working for us and we’re receiving over 50 leads a week. In order to meet this demand we need to hire more help.”
A Main Line homeowner recently said to Kevin Nolan, “People aren’t moving, they’re improving.” As the housing market declines, people don’t want to sell for a lesser amount than they paid. Why not instead remodel, revamp? And that’s exactly what people are doing. According to a home improvement spending report from Harvard University’s Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies, homeowners are shifting away from simple replacement projects and energy retrofits to more expansive remodels and upgrades. There’s a move to invest in homes again due to recent homeowner optimism say housing expert Kermit Baker, director of the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies.
Nolan Painting is feeling this fortunate demand and is looking to continue providing quality, professional work as it expands its business.
Nolan Painting will be having a Job Fair on Wed, Aug 17th from 2pm-6pm at its office: 181 West Hillcrest Ave., Havertown. Contact: 610-449-7795 x3; email@example.com; www.nolanpainting.com.
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