We think it’s time that Connecticut’s hardworking paint contractors got a break.
“There’s just not enough hours in the day when you’re a busy contractor on the go, sometimes not even time to get to the paint store. John Boyle Decorating Centers gets that,” says owner Bryan King.
“That’s why we’ve introduced 24/7 Mobile Paint Ordering for Contractors – it’s fast, it’s convenient, and by saving you downtime, it makes business more efficient and profitable.”
Whether you’re working on commercial, industrial, multi-residential or institutional properties, John Boyle Decorating Centers’ new online ordering system for Benjamin Moore paint is a true time saver. And time, as they say, is money.
“All the paint you could possibly need to get the job done is now at your fingertips, ready to order (or re-order) on your mobile phone. You can even choose in-store pick up at one of our nine convenient locations or you can specify local delivery directly to the job site,” Bryan King says.
To celebrate the launch of online ordering, John Boyle Decorating is offering an exclusive offer for its pro customers.
“We’re calling this our Digital Contractor Pro-Show – our way of thanking all our professional customers for their business and introducing them to an even easier, more convenient way to buy paint from now on.”
But don’t take our word for it – try it out! From November 11- December 16, 2019:
Start now and start saving time and money! For instructions on how to order online, visit JohnBoyleDecorating.com/how-to
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