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Why Top Quality Painting is Worth the Money

There are countless providers in the painting industry in Sydney, yet when it comes to getting quotes for residential, commercial and strata work, you’re likely to rely only on the best quality painters Sydney. So what exactly are you getting when you choose to go for a more expensive provider over a cheaper painter? Is it worth the extra money in the long run? This article will look at a few of key differences between the two.


What To Expect From Higher Quality Painters?

Like in a lot of trade industries, when it comes to painting there’s an element of the old adage ‘you get what you pay for’ that applies.

Obviously, paying a little extra money will mean your provider is able to use higher quality, more adhesive paint, which allows for a smoother finish and means the work lasts longer. The equipment used will be more new and of a higher quality. The process will often be more professional, with a quicker turnaround time and more emphasis out on customer service. You can check the article on 2018 painting prices and costing to get a clear estimation.

But you’re also painting for competence, to put it one way. A highly paid painter will charge more precisely because they’re experienced and they know what they’re doing. If you’re in demand and getting more than enough work, you are encouraged to quote a little more; it’s the same in every industry.


Remember That Cheap Doesn’t Always Mean Low Quality

That’s not to say that cheaper necessarily means you’re dealing with a low quality provider. In fact, some smaller sole-trader or small businesses may quote a modest amount and still do an excellent job; it’s just that more often than not you’re more likely to get great service by paying a little extra. The smart play is to shop around, get a few different quotes and make sure you get read testimonials for your potential suitors. Ideally you want a guarantee of some description on the work completed as well.

Even if you have a limited budget, you can still receive good service, it may just mean working a little harder to find it.


Investing Now May Save You Later

At the same time, there are other providers out there who are cheap for a reason. For every good, affordable painter there are three others that will probably end up costing you more in the long run. The trouble with having a low budget is that your painter simply can’t put in the same time, effort and resources to the job, compared to another more expensive company. It’s not uncommon to hear about people having their house painted only to have cracks appear within 6 months or a year. Saving money will often mean paying that little extra initially and reaping the benefits for years to come, saving yourself another repaint.

For more information about choosing a house painter you can rely on, it’s worth searching online or speaking to friends and family to get recommendations. If you’re in Sydney, you better get in touch with Premier Painting by calling us or submit a qoute. to discuss your project.







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