Awards & Recognition
2004 PDCA Image Award
The Painting and Decorating Contractors of America bestowed their coveted Image Award for the most improved painting contractor of 2004 to ProPaint Systems at their annual Christmas Party held in Annapolis Maryland. Steven Dodge, President, ProPaint Systems graciously accepted the award.
Above all chapter members, Mr. Dodge and ProPaint Systems were selected because of their perseverance in satisfying customer needs and their steadfast devotion to raising the standard and improving the image of the Painting Industry.
ProPaint Systems specializes in fine residential painting for Baltimore and surrounding
communities. Profile information is available on their web site www.propaintsystems.com
ProPaint Systems Achieves PDCA Accreditation
(St. Louis – January 22, 2007)– PDCA’s (Painting and Decorating Contractors of America)Contractor College announced today that ProPaint Systems of Forest Hill, Maryland has earned PDCA Accreditation by completing all the necessary courses and submitting the appropriate business documentation. PDCA’s Contractor College would like to congratulate ProPaint Systems on this outstanding achievement.
ProPaint Systems set a goal to complete Accreditation by the end of 2007 and succeeded. Steven Dodge, owner of ProPaint Systems stated, “I decided to pursue the Contractor Accreditation in an attempt to differentiate ourselves from unqualified competitors.” ProPaint Systems supports its customers in the state of Maryland with a higher level of satisfaction and a three-year warranty.
In congratulations to ProPaint Systems, Dr. Ian R. Horen CAE, PDCA CEO stated, “We are extremely pleased a group like ProPaint Systems has accomplished the program. Accreditation strengthens ProPaint System’s distinct marketplace advantage, one of the primary reasons this designation was created by PDCA.”
PDCA created the Contractor College program to provide the best source for education in the painting and decorating industry. The accreditation program from Contractor College doesn't just present a lot of theory or out-of-date information everyone already knows. The instructors are among the best in their industries and professions. They offer practical, state-of-the-art education that covers every aspect of running a successful contracting business, including Finance and Banking, Insurance, Management and Human Resources, Sales and Marketing and Products and Equipment. To learn more about PDCA’s Accreditation program or Contractor College, visit http://train.pdca.org The Painting and Decorating Contractors of America, is the only trade association representing painting and decorating contractors in North America.
Winner, “The Best of Baltimore” – Baltimore Magazine
“Maybe you don’t need a degree in engineering to be a great painter, but it can’t hurt. Steve M. Dodge at ProPaint Systems, 18 Chestnut Hill Road, Forest Hill, 410-882-6288, worked for the high-tech Applied Physics Lab of Johns Hopkins University before leaving that job to become a full-time painter. Things seem to be working well for him: He won the Painting and Decorating Image Award in 2004, and client feedback we get about his ethics, high quality work, and customer service is off the charts.” Baltimore Magazine - August 2006