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What should I ask a Painter? (Part 1)

Updated: Sep 8, 2021

Hiring a Professional Painter to paint your home can be intimidating, stressful, and full of lessons learned the hard way. After being in the industry for years, we've learned a thing or two about what homeowners and painters know and don't know. This is the first part of a series of posts so you can feel prepared when doing your due diligence when choosing a painter.

Do you stand behind your work?

We protect our clients in two ways: With our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and our 5-Year Iron-Clad warranty. In the very rare case there is paint failure due to a defective product or application, we’ll come back free to charge to make sure the affected areas are repaired and repainted. We put all our promises in writing.

Are you Insured?

Absolutely! We make certain we protect our customers by carrying the appropriate coverages for general liability and workers' compensation.

Why should your painters paint my home?

Our Painters are Professional, Courteous, and Trained to follow our Proven Processes. We continually seek out industry-recognized certifications and designations to add to our customer’s peace of mind. We invest in continuing education with industry-leading organizations such as the Painting Contractors Association (PCA), the Academy of Professional Painting Contractors APPC, American Painting Contractor (APC)and have preferred relationships with painting manufacturers such as Sherwin-Williams.

Are there any upfront payments required?

Some Painters will say upfront payments are typical and should be respected. However, be careful. Painters that ask for an upfront payment without doing any work are the ones we tell our Friends and Family to stay away from.

Spring Texas Painters does not require a deposit or down payment for most residential projects. (Exceptions: a small deposit may be required on larger projects or when specialty products must be custom ordered.)

Does it matter how old my home is?

The age of your house may not seem important, but it is. Older homes typically need more preparation, repairs, and can be difficult to match paint.

Some homes older than 1978 contain lead paint. Spring Texas Painters will happily recommend you to another professional painting company if your home contains lead paint.

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