In our opinion, when seeking a painter, you should always start with the professionals and the experienced. A licensed business is always going to be the best possibility for providing these. The licensed business is an ease of mind, essentially telling you that this business is insured as well, so if anything goes wrong, you're protected.
A typical exterior job can take between two to five days depending on the size of the building. Interior work is also dependent on the size of the rooms but, is normally faster taking one to five days. Another thing to keep in mind is the method, if we're able to spray the job goes a lot faster than if we're rolling everything. At the end of the day it's your preference, safety, and happiness we value most.
Professional painters are going to provide many services and skills overlooked by someone who knows how to paint. They're knowledgeable on what paints are going to work on what surfaces, as well as how to properly apply said paints or stains. They know the importance of surface protection, through tarping and taping to prevent any unwanted mishaps. They also understand how to properly remove any unwanted or unsightly spots on concrete, brick, or grout without damaging them. There are copious amounts of reasons and skills that would take many paragraphs to explain in full detail, but we value your time and strongly believe that the best way to prove our professionalism, is to show you.
Yes, we are licensed to work in the state of South Carolina in its entirety, as well as insured to provide the ease of mind and trust you are looking for in a professional painting company.
No, estimates are as simple as a call, and are always free! Our professionals will come to you, to take measurements, and build trust with you to make sure that you are getting the value and quality you deserve. Call or click today!
We charge based off of three job related criteria: Material needed, Labor or job scope, and gross company profit. The largest percentage of the criteria you are charged for is the labor, as we need to properly pay our professionals, so they can provide the best quality service for you. Next is going to be the material, as we have to make sure we have everything to prep, protect, and complete your job. Lastly is the gross profit, which is a small percentage that the company charges to keep the insurance and licensing up to date, as well as any new or improved methods and materials to provide our best services.
We accept checks, or credit. In certain cases we will accept a cash payment, however this cannot exceed $500.