What should the customer know about you're pricing?
We generally come in at a very competitive price point, for two reasons. Our goal is brand name recognition and returning customers, who refer their family, friends and neighbors' business to us. Our goal is a top review and a referral from a satisfied consumer.
commitment to those who serve is concrete and is always a 10% savings. Thank you, veterans.
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
We answer questions initially and then come visit and talk about the project, discuss color, determine your time preference, and then when you're ready, we help you with scheduling to get the job in process.
What education or training do you have that relates to your work?
We have over 20 years in the home improvement industry, from large-scale renovations to residential new construction, remodeling, and repair, as well as certified home inspection. After every job comes the finish work — the paint.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
There are many house painters, but consumers should seek a finish professional; someone who understands all the necessary steps required before painting to achieve a quality, long-lasting finish. Most jobs require some level of repair, whether it's texture or siding. Do you want to hire a repair guy and then have to look for someone else to paint?
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
Budget is important. Can you afford to do the work properly at this time? Will the job coincide with your current schedule? Vacant properties will always be cheaper to paint. Some colors will cost more, and painting trim and doors are extra. Are you planning to stay, or will you sell?
What types of customers have you worked with?
We have had the pleasure of serving every type of consumer there is, and the stories are endless.
What are the most common mistakes homeowners make when choosing exterior house painting colors?
- Accenting unattractive elements such as gutters, downspouts, protruding garage doors, air conditioning units, and unevenly placed windows.
- Ignoring neighboring houses. Your color scheme choice should not clash with the neighbor's house; it's a lose-lose situation. Choose a house painting scheme that blends with the neighborhood or stands out in a subtle, unobtrusive manner.
- Landscaping counts. Consider trees that change color, flowering shrubs, and flower gardens when selecting colors for compatibility. Heavily wooded lots will make colors look darker due to shade and could also camouflage your homes. Attention to detail is needed, and greens may not be a good choice in this situation.
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