Choosing the right Rhode Island painter
If you’re in the market to have your home or building painted, hiring an experienced team can save time, money, and provide a professional, polished finish. Once you find a painter you are interested in hiring, here are a few things to inquire about:
- Scope of work
The contract outlines the job and how things will be done, so it’s important to know and understand what the contract will include. The initial quote should include how many people will be working on the project, the preparation, priming, type of paint and how much will be needed to successfully complete the job.
- Paint color and finish
An experienced team will be able to provide professional recommendations on color and how it will hold up based on where it will be used. They will also be able to help on deciding the type of finish – what works best for interior and exterior paint projects.
- Extra costs
The estimate should include any extra costs like furniture removal, or having to paint niche items like built-ins, crown molding or areas taller than standard heights.
- Length of time
The length of time is important to ensure the project is delivered on time. The painters should be able to provide a timetable on when the project will be completed.
The painters should have credentials and referrals to back up their work. They should be able to provide samples of their work. A painting firm is considered a contractor, which can be held liable for misrepresentation and inability to complete the work. A professional firm should also have experience in both residential and commercial structures.
Your main goal should be getting the results you seek, whether the painting is to prepare the home for the market or a remodel. The team at Two Brothers Painting has the experience and expertise, servicing the residents of Bonnet Shores, RI and the surrounding areas. If you’re looking for a reliable source to handle your painting needs, contact the team today.
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