Frequently Asked Questions
General liability insurance offers protection in the event a contractor accidentally causes damage to your property or the property of a neighbor. Rather than having the costs to repair the damage come out of your pocket, the contractor's insurance should cover it. If your contractor's ladder falls and breaks a window, you shouldn't be held responsible for picking up the tab.
Workers' compensation insurance offers protection if one of the contractor's employees is injured on your property. If an employee falls off the ladder or has an accident with a piece of machinery, you shouldn't be held responsible for the resulting medical bills and treatment.
Standard home insurance policies typically do not cover accidents involving contractors, so verifying your contractor's coverage before signing the dotted line is important. It may also be a good idea to review the liability coverage in your homeowner's insurance policy. Work with a licensed agent to determine what kind of risks you're covered against and what additional coverage you'll require when you hire a contractor.
We tell all of our customers that painting is the easy (and most fun) part. Getting the surface ready for the painting phase is the most important. There’s little point in putting energy and time into a painting project that will peel or fade a year later. Hiring a professional and experienced painting contractor is key in ensuring your money is well spent.
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Our painting crews protect all your furniture, fixtures, and floor coverings when they prepare the area; however, we ask that you clear the room of small items and breakables. We can also move the bigger items for you when we arrive (upon request).
We ask that any shrubbery be cut back (approximately 2 feet from the home), furniture is moved off the patio and/or deck, window screens are unlocked from the inside, and someone is home for the pressure washing.
Also, it’s important to let us know if you have noticed any severely rotten wood and major water leaks around windows, doors, or ceilings so we can address these issues before starting the project.