How to Choose a House Painting Company

Roller and Paint TrayYour home is your biggest investment, so we know that you don’t want to leave it in just anyone’s hands. You need a Woodstock painting contractor that offers not only affordable prices, but also craftsmanship and customer service. We are proud to offer that combination here at Davis Paint Company.

Many house painters attract clients with promises of rock bottom prices, but when something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Before you trust a painting contractor with your home, take a look at these tips on hiring a painting company.

  • Honesty- At Davis Paint Company, our owner not only does our estimating, but also oversees all jobs to ensure that work is progressing on time and up to our standards. We will do a walk-through with you at the end of the job and, if there are any problems that need to be addressed, we will take care of them so that you are 100% satisfied with the job. We do not require money up front and you should be wary of any painting contractor who asks you for an initial payment or money “for materials.” Reputable house painters will not make such a request.
  • Insurance– Never hire a home improvement contractor who is not properly insured. If they are not willing to show you proof of insurance, do not entrust them with your home. If a contractor is not properly insured and you allow them to work on your property, you could be held liable in case of an accident.
  • Quality- Ask a potential house painter what type of paint they will use. A dirt cheap quote on house painting often means that you’ll be getting dirt cheap paint as well. Low quality paint doesn’t look as good, but more importantly, it doesn’t last as long either. We use Sherwin Williams products to give your home a beautiful and long-lasting paint job.

If you’re ready to give your Woodstock home a fresh new look with a painting company you can trust, give us a call today for quotes on our interior and exterior painting services!

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