7 Questions to Ask When You’re Hiring Exterior Painters

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When your home needs a new coat of paint, you have to hire exterior painters. Hiring contractors can be a bit confusing, but to help you out, we’ve put together a brief guide of the questions you should ask. When talking with painting contractors, consider asking the following.

1. What Is Your Experience?

Always start off by asking about the painters’ experience. Your home is a big painting job, and you don’t want to give the job to an inexperienced low bidder. Instead, you want to preserve the beauty and quality of your home by hiring exterior painters with ample amounts of experience and lots of happy customers.

 

2. How Long Have You Been Exterior Painters?

To get a sense of their experience, see exactly how long they have been doing exterior painting. Ideally, you want someone with experience in your area. Painting in different climates or various humidity levels can present unique challenges. A well established painter with years of experience under their belt will almost undoubtedly create better results than someone who is new to the industry or the area.

 

3. What Types of Exteriors Can You Paint?

If the exterior painters have enough experience to meet your needs, find out which types of exteriors they can paint. Some painters focus on wood siding, while others can do everything from vinyl to stucco to brick. For instance, at Georgia Coatings, we can work with any home surface.

 

4. What Type of Paint Do You Use?

Exterior painters use different types of paint, but most painters tend to focus on just a few brands. Ask which type of paint they plan to use, and then, do some research. You want the highest quality paint for your home. In some cases, you may want to skip traditional exterior paint and go for a unique coating such as Rhino Shield. This allows you to paint your home any color you want, but you also get fireproofing, insulation, and a wide variety of other benefits that you don’t get with paint.

 

5. What Prep Work Do You Offer?

Many homes aren’t ready for paint, and if your home isn’t ready, you don’t want to hire a painter who’s just going to arrive with a brush and a bucket. Instead, you want a professional who is so committed to quality results that they devote time to preparing your property. Find out what sort of prep they offer and how much it costs.

 

6. Does the Work Come With a Warranty?

A warranty helps to safeguard against poor workmanship and subpar products. Additionally, when you hire painters who offer a warranty, that shows that they truly believe in their skills and their product.

 

7. Can You Show Me Examples of Your Work?

You can ask all kinds of questions, but the answers can only go so far. If you want to be sure that you are hiring the right exterior painters for the job, you need to see what they’ve done in the past. See if they have a portfolio of before and after pictures, or potentially ask if you can drive by some of the properties they have painted in the past.

 

If you’re ready for quality exterior painters who offer a 25-year warranty, you need to call us at 877-678-2054. At Georgia Coatings, we offer Rhino Shield to our customers, and you’ll love this innovative solution to exterior paint.

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