Born and raised in a town called Morris, CT by his grandparents who provided the strong work ethic he encompasses to this day. Brian started cleaning the local high school with his grandfather at age seven, learning the importance of keeping things sanitary and clean for the wellbeing of others.
At the age of sixteen, while expediting the kitchen at a local restaurant, Brian's work ethic was noticed and he was asked to paint part time with Daughton Painting. Peter Daughton and John Winters of Litchfield Paint & Wallpaper took Brian under their collective wing and taught him the old school way of painting, wall papering, plastering and power washing; with passion. A sash brush - what's that?
Up until this point, his work was restoration of most of the oldest houses in Litchfield county. Enter Pete the wild man. Tucked away on over 25 acres of Litchfield forest, was Pete Gallgano. Pete did new Colonial home construction only. As he started painting the new homes Pete built, Pete came to appreciate Brian's attention to detail and hard work so he taught Brian trimwork, to frame, sheetrock and tile.
During that time, Brian met TJ from Perfection Paint where he learned how to perfect his spraying technique, texture ceilings (popcorn), and knock down.
Years later, Brian became involved in new commercial construction and demolition. Here he acquired the skills to run a paint crew under exteme, strict deadlines.
After watching what other painters did to their customers, Brian wanted to get out of the profession. He was frustrated with the corners cut, the games people played, the money they were making off their customers (tripling costs) while he was still financially struggling. This was a turning point. He wanted to make a difference. Customer satisfaction and service to others was his foundation to build off of.