3 Tips When Choosing an Exterior House Painter
Choosing the right house painter to bring your dull home back to life can be a tough decision. Many factors can affect your choice on who you want working at your home: reliability, price, insurance, warranty, and references are just to name a few.
Here are our top three factors you should consider when choosing an exterior house painter:
- Are they Established and Well-Respected?
It’s important to understand whether you’re hiring a well established house painting company with insurance, worker’s compensation and an accredidation from the Better Business Bureau. If not, you may be dealing with a fly-by-night company that could leave you holding the bag if something goes wrong. Keep in mind that it does cost slightly more to hire a company with insurance, etc but it is well worth it should anything go wrong.
- Ask for References
The most common way to choose painting contractors is through references, word of mouth, and tours of their prior work. A well regarded company should be able to provide you with references from past customers who had similar work done.The best painting contractors tend to be those that distinguish themselves with better communication. Getting a quality paint job should be the minimum expecation. Are you going to be able to communicate concerns with them and will they keep you in the loop regarding the schedule or any problems?
- How to Find More Information On Painting Contractors
Look around the web for house painting contractors in your area and you will most likely discover some outstanding resources to educate you on the subject. Ask to see copies of their liability insurance certificate as well as their worker’s compensation certificate. Ask for references and take the time to get to know the contractor personally to ensure you’ll be able to communicate well together.
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