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Benefits of hiring the right painters

Updated on September 21, 2014

There are so many building companies in operation today, that sometimes it can be a little overwhelming to choose the right painters. After all, what is the difference between a good team and an ordinary team? Apart from the fact that the latter will obviously charge lesser, is there really a big difference? Of course there are! The right painters will offer you more value for your money. Let’s take a look how:

What sets professional painters apart?

For those looking for a new paint job on a tight budget, it can be very tempting to hire an amateur. After all, most people think that paining requires no real expertise or technique; as long as you buy the right material, all it requires is simply plastering the walls with the paint, waiting for it to dry and do another coat. But is it really all that simple?

Professional painters bring to the job years of experience. In reality, a painting job requires a lot of skills that you are not so evident to a layman. From ensuring that the walls have been carefully stripped off of old paint, to preparing the walls for the new coat of paint to adhere properly, to mixing the paint and primers in the right quantity to get the perfect consistency and shade of color, to even the right brush strokes for the perfect finish – there really are too many small technical details that set professional painters apart from the amateurs.

Why hire only professional painters?

When you hire professionals, there are many benefits that you enjoy. First of all, the team will make time to understand the exact nature of your requirements and analyze the site to give you a realistic estimation of what kind of budget you need to have. Not all walls are created equal; neither do all kinds of paint varieties and quality have the same life or effect. Therefore, the team will lay out your options and suggest which paint type and variety is best suited to the walls and your lifestyle.

For example, they might suggest a couple with kids to choose a plastic paint that resists stains and spills, so that maintenance costs of the paint can be reduced over the years. While this paint might be slightly more expensive, it will offer more value for money in the long run because it will require fewer touch ups and will look new for longer.

In addition to helping you choose the right paint, the right team of professional painters can offer will also keep you updated on the progress of the job at all times. Their working methodology will be highly streamlined and professional, ensuring that they cover up all your furniture and flooring to avoid staining while painting your home, and will also clean up before they leave at the end of the day so as to not interfere with your everyday life while the painting project is going on. They will also take timeline more seriously and ensure they finish the job as promised so that you don’t have to pay overtime unnecessarily.


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