Being involved in the industry for as long as we are, we have heard nearly all the horror stories. From painters leaving the job in mid-stride after realising they are way over their heads, from homeowners paying more than they should after they were slapped with “hidden costs” over and above the initial quotation, to substandard residential painting work that left clients with flaked and dripping paint only after a few days.
Here’s our promise: we are not going to lowball you with a number so small in order to get your business, nor are we going to give you a quotation so high if we feel that you can well afford the extra expense.
Instead, you will get a quotation very near the exact value of the final cost of the house painting job. There are two ways how we can assure this:
- Our many years of experience on the field which allows our expert technicians to calculate an approximate value of residential painting based on the work involved during the ocular visit.
- We aim to constantly update ourselves of the current prices of the materials—from paint, rollers, brush and other accessories.
We are making it our mission to provide excellent customer service in any house painting task. Respect is earned in this industry and although we can spend thousands on traditional and digital ads, we believe that word-of-mouth advertising still rings true. We trust our former clients are putting in a good word for us based on the quality of our work, the skill of our painters and the courteousness of our staff.
This is the reason that, even if you take our word with a grain of salt, we are only too glad to provide you with the contact numbers of our clients (with their permission, of course) who have availed of our residential painting services.
The devil is in the details
We take pride in our meticulous attention to detail. In any house painting project, especially if it involves a huge work area, the small details usually suffer. When you hire incompetent or cheap painters, you can find spots that are missed or edges with flakes of dried paint, because they want to finish the job right away and the perception that most owners won’t crawl down the floor to inspect the edges anyway. This is the main difference between an amateur and a professional.