WHO WE ARE
Full Circle Painting & Drywall Inc.
Maurice Staub, Owner
Originally from San Francisco, California then later moving to Sonoma County,
Maurice entered the industry in 1985. He initially worked for his Uncle a general
contractor on large multi-unit occupied housing complexes in Marin County.
As Maurice’s skills began to deepen so did his responsibilities, it was not long
before he moved into a supervisory position and was in charge of overseeing
up to 20 crewmembers. Working in occupied housing leads to a greater deal
of customer interaction, as such his public relation skills began to broaden.
Because he held himself accountable for his actions and sought to grow further
he began to perform estimating duties and write contracts.
Not unlike most professionals in the industry once an individual acquires a certain amount of knowledge, skill and contacts they often branch out and start their own business. Each person has their own catalyst, for him it was lack of work. The company he was working for at the time was doing new construction and during the late 1980’s through early 1990’s the United States was in a recession. New construction was on the decline and he was pretty much making the maximum amount most companies were willing to pay at the time. So in 1991 after taking the state exams Full Circle Painting Company was established, it worked out to be good timing because the economy was beginning to turn around.
As any business owner will tell you they wear many hats and have to learn a wide breath of various subject matter, be it accounting, management, insurance, public relations, marketing, contract law, computers, legal guidelines, etc. With a strong belief that one should strive for mastery both in their professional and personal life Maurice has continued his education though various classes at local collages as well as staying up to date reading trade briefs, attending trade shows and building strong relationships with business associates. His motto is, “while one can never achieve perfection you must at least strive for it”.