Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Customers Ask When Receiving Estimates from Painting Contractors
Are you licensed?
Yes, our house painting company has been licensed since 1980 by the state of California. Our license number is 388334.
Do you have insurance?
Yes, we do.
Do you have references?
Are you an EPA Lead Certified Company?
Yes, we have trained our house painters and have been certified.
Do you protect the homeowner’s property when painting?
Yes, our house painters cover all areas with plastic, drop clothes, masking paper and tape. Please see our Pictures of Prep Work.
Do you do good preparation?
Yes, we provide extensive interior and exterior house painting preparation work. We allow customers to see the completed interior and exterior house painting preparation work before any paint is applied. Please see our Pictures of Prep Work.
Do you give advice for house painting color selection?
Yes, our painting contractor gives expert advice on what house painting colors to choose and allow customers to make the final decision. Customers also have the option to test sample house painting colors on their walls.
Do you take a deposit?
For most cases, we do not take a deposit. Customers pay the full amount when the house painting job is completed, except under specific circumstances (by state contractor law, a painting contractor cannot take a deposit of more than 10% of a house painting job).
When can you start a job?
Our house painters can begin work within a week or sooner, depending on the situation.
How soon can you finish a job once you've started?
Most house painting jobs can be finished within a week, unless the property is very large, or there are issues with the weather.
Do you provide touch up paint after painting is finished?
Yes, in most cases, our house painting company provides customers with the leftover paint for touch ups.
Do you provide a warranty?
Yes, our house painting company gives a warranty with some exceptions, depending on the specific house painting project.