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5 Key Considerations when Choosing a Commercial Painter

Your business or commercial property is important to you, and one of your biggest concerns will be keeping it in the best possible condition at all times. Undoubtedly, painting is one of the most critical investments you are going to make in your commercial property. Nobody wants to pay a painter to do a lousy job. If you are planning to have any part of your property painted, you need to find a commercial painting contractor you can trust to deliver quality service from start to finish. You’re right to expect the kind of results that you can feel proud to show off.

Every commercial painting company has a distinctive set of skills, techniques and experiences. You need to hire a contractor who can provide you with the specific services that you need. Finding a prominent commercial painting contractor may be difficult, but it’s incredibly crucial. 
At Premier Painting Company, our contractors will always provide you with the highest quality painting services according to your demands. We’ve also put together some strategies to assist you in selecting the best contractor for your property.

Start Selecting Core Candidates

The first place most people look for information is the internet. Browsing a commercial painting company’s website can be as helpful to you as it is to their company. You can also check in local directories find useful recommendations from friends or family who have hired quality painters in the past. Make a shortlist of contractors who you consider to be your core candidates, then call them to ask for an interview or an estimate.

Do Your Research

Once you have our shortlist, it’s time to do some in-depth research. Ask for references from each painting company, and follow up with their customers to see if they are still happy with the work the company provided. Make sure the company has any required licenses and insurance policies to support you in the case of an accident. You must check if there are any formal complaints filed against the company. It could also help to find out how long they have been running the business, and if they belong to a local or national partner’s association. The more information you know about the companies, the better.


Your Quote is Your Contract

The days of a piece of paper with a single sentence describing your job and a price have passed. Choose the quote that provides you with every specific detail of work to be carried out. This includes what is going to be painted, how the surfaces will be prepared, and what types of products will be used where and how they will be implemented. 
When you check the quote, ask questions and seek advice on anything you don’t understand. When you are convinced, sign it and get the contractor to sign as well. If they hesitate to sign the quote, do not hire them. If you have both endorsed the quote, it is legally binding and making a future complaint if problems arise will be much easier. 


Don’t Make Your Decision On Pricing Alone

As a commercial property owner, the cost of any task that you’re having performed is always going to be important to you. One vital quality to look for in a commercial painting contractor is their ability to provide an honest and accurate estimation of the cost of work. And while you don’t want to overpay for any services, you also don’t want to choose the company that offers the lowest estimate. Keep in mind that differences in pricing are a reflection of the differences in the quality and service of work that you will receive.


Hire a Specialist

When you start to interview commercial painting contractors, make sure that they have the right skill set for the jobs that you expect to be performed. You are the customer, and it is your interest to get the best possible deal. Ask for guarantees and what extra services the contractor provides. Follow up with questions of why they are unique, and what sets them apart from their competitors. You should also confirm that the painting company has all the experience and specialization that you require for your specific job. Otherwise, you may end up needing to hire multiple companies, which can exceed your estimated budget.


Choosing a proper commercial painting contractor may take a bit of time, but the effort you put in will indeed be worth it. The service that the company offers is incredibly important and will be a massive part of the first impression your property makes. Take your time and follow the steps mentioned above to ensure that you can end up choosing the best commercial painting contractor in your area. For a great place to start, check out Premier Painting Company!


 



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