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Q:  I have wood rot on my home.  Can your company repair this?
A: Yes, we repair wood rot prior to painting.  If there is any wood rot found at the time of an estimate this will be incorporated and noted in the price.  Upon arrival, our crew leaders will do a thorough inspection as well.  If any additional wood rot is found, we will notify you right away to see how you would like to proceed.

Q: What do I need to do to for the painters arrival?
A: EXTERIOR: There is not much you need to do to prepare for exterior painting. We will move all furniture of off decks and patios.  We do ask for windows to be left unlocked if we are painting windows as well as doors.

Q: Will I need to be home for the entire project?
A: That is a personal preference, but not required.  Majority of the time customers are not home while the project is in progress.  We will accommodate to your schedule accordingly and make arrangement prior to the start date for access to your home.

Q: What brands of paint to you use?
A: We typically use Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore products.
 

Q: How many workers will be in my home?
A: Typically, depending on the size of the project and the scope of work, we will send a crew of 3-4 workers.


Q: Is there a certain time frame I should expect my exterior paint job to last?
A: While there is many factors that can effect how long a quality paint job should last, the usual time line is 5-7 years.  The main factor in this will be the quality of the paint used as well as the quality of the craftsman who applies the paint. 

Q: Why I am having such a hard time choosing an interior paint color?
A: Many factors can go into the process of choosing a paint color, from different settings of light in your home, to general opinions of different colors. We strongly suggest to take advantage of working with our certified interior designer as part of our complimentary color consultation service.  This can make the process very painless.

Q: Will my drywall be repaired prior to painting?
A: All nail pops, settlement cracks, and major imperfections will be repaired and sanded prior to painting.  Lights will not be used to illuminate walls prior to painting.  All repairs will be done according to PDCA standards. 

Q: Will I need to be home for the entire project?
A: That is a personal preference, but not required.  Majority of the time customers are not home while the project is in progress.  We will accommodate to your schedule accordingly and make arrangement prior to the start date for access to your home.

Q: What do I need to do to for the painters arrival?
A: INTERIOR: All that we ask is you have nic-nac items removed from inside and on top of furniture as wall hangings.  Of course, if there are wall hangings that are too heavy, we will be happy to help.  We will move all furniture to the center of the rooms and remove all window treatments. 

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Q: How many workers will be working on the exterior?
A: Typically, depending on the size of the project and the scope of work, we will send a crew of 3-4 workers.  If we are power washing prior to painting, you can expect 1-2 workers.

Q: What protection is used for my property while the painting is in progress?
A: All ground areas were the painting is in progress will be protected using drop cloths.  Any patio furniture or furniture on the ground level will either be moved out of the way or covered using drop cloths.

Q: Is there a certain time frame I should expect my exterior paint job to last?
A: While there is many factors that can effect how long a quality paint job should last, the usual time line is 5-7 years.  The main factor in this will be the quality of the paint used as well as the quality of the craftsman who applies the paint.