We’ve learned a lot over the years about what it takes to be great at all things paint — mainly that it means being good at everything: listening, being transparent, showing up, doing great work, staying on budget.
So here are some things we’ve learned, heard and experienced when it comes to picking — and being — the best paint contractor:
References & research. There are so many contractors out there that it’s always best to get first-hand recommendations from your friends and family. Go online and check out Web sites: background, years in business, testimonials, online reviews.
Interview your contractor. Before you choose a contractor, get someone on the phone; willingness to spend some time with you on the phone initially is a good sign. Take a few minutes to ask them basic questions such as: Do they have proper licenses, insurance, and bonding? Do they subcontract the work? Do they offer written guarantees of their work? Do they have designers available to help pick colors? Do they have references?
Communication: Product knowledge and clear communication are signs of a good contractor. Look for a pro that recommends high-quality paint and products. The estimate they provide should be clear and inclusive (does it include clean-up?) and give you a time frame for completion. Remember, a good contractor will respond to you in a timely manner at all stages.
So, check us out, give us a call. We’d love to be the best paint contractor for all of your needs.