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3 Questions to Ask Your Commercial Painting Company

Asking the right questions before your commercial painting project begins can ensure that you and the commercial painters are on the same page. It is essential to the project's success that you know what to expect. You should ask commercial painters three questions before the project starts to gather the information you need about what will happen. Here are the three key questions to ask.

1. Are You Insured?

Every commercial painting company should have insurance. The painting company should be willing to provide proof of their insurance. General liability insurance is a must. If there is an accident, for example, if the painter drops a five-gallon bucket of paint on the floor of your commercial building, insurance will cover the clean-up costs. Insurance protects both your property and the commercial painting business.

Ask the paint contractor for a copy of the proof of insurance for your records. It is always better to have proof of insurance than to take someone's word for it.

2. What Type of Paint Will You Use?

In the United States, about 858 million gallons of paint were used in 2020, according to Statista. There are many different types of paint on the market. It's important that you know what type of paint the contractor uses. Knowing the type of paint is important for maintenance purposes. It would be best if you also asked about the warranty on the paint. Is it fade-resistant? Is the paint specifically for commercial properties?

3. Do You Subcontract Your Paint Projects?

When you meet with the commercial painting company representative, you must ask who will work on your property. Many companies will subcontract projects, which could mean the person you meet is not overseeing the project.

There is nothing wrong with sub-contractors, but it does open up a can of worms because then you will need to see the subcontractor's insurance and direct some of the questions to the subcontractor. It is best to choose a commercial painting company that does the work instead of a company that subcontracts the work to another company.

The right commercial painting company will be willing to answer your questions. The right company wants you to feel confident in its service. Choose a painting company you can trust. Call us today to see how we can help your project come to a realization.


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