How A Great Painting Job Gets Done Part 2, Madison Ct

The biggest key in getting a great paint job is hiring someone that understands the importance of prep work!  This is why I created this blog How A Great Painting Job Gets Done Part 2, Madison CT.

Like I mentioned before in a previous article, I understand that price is important, but it should never be the only thing you look at!  There is a vast difference between a true professional painter and a person that thinks they are a professional. Here is a good video below:

The biggest part of your estimate should be about the preparation done on your home before the finish paint is applied.  What kind of prep work?  The first thing to look for is rotted wood.  During the estimate the person performing the estimate should check for any bad or rotted wood. This must be removed during the prep phase and new wood installed.  Normally, it’s a ballpark figure to do the carpentry repair.  They should be able to give you an hourly carpentry rate and an hour range for the labor.

Any newly replace wood should have primer put on it before anything else!

Does the house need to be power washed?   It’s a very good idea to properly wash the house to remove dirt and/or mildew.  Applying paint over a dirty surface would cause a lot of issues.

So carpentry repair and rotted wood removal is a very big step in the preparation process!

I hope this helps, please look up my How A Great Painting Job Gets Done Part 3, Madison Ct for more details!  If you have any questions, please call us!  We are happy to give professional advice over the phone!

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Dave Moffitt, Coastline Painters LLC Ph. 203-458-2073

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