It's Time To Paint.
Should you Hire A Pro?

Just like any home improvement project, a major paint job is an undertaking you might feel more comfortable leaving to the experts.

Yes, there is a financial investment, but you can rest easy knowing that the job will be done right and on time.
Even if you have painted before, there are tips and tricks that every professional has mastered and will make a difference in the end products.

Hiring a pro, also makes your life easier. No need to run to the hardware store three times for supplies, no taping for hours on end and no hassle of figuring out how you're going to reach the top corners of your two-storey great room.
Once you've decided to hire a professional painter, there are a few things you should do to make sure you've found the best person for the job.

Ask For References:

First of all, only hire a painter that has been referred to you by someone who has used their services and was satisfied with the results. If not possible, ask to see samples of their work or testimonials from previous customers. A qualified professional should be able to provide these.

Ask for a Consultation:

Next, have a consultation prior to the project starting so that you can ensure you understand what is expected of you and what is expected of the painter. Here are some of the questions you should ask during the consultation:

Confirm the Price:

When you are satisfied, be sure to go over all costs and have the agreed-upon fees outlined in a contract. The contract should include a description of the work to be done, the fees, the work schedule and the payment schedule.

Get More Than One Quote:

Finally, get at least three quotes. Choose someone that you trust and don't just go with the lowest price you can find.

Nothing is finer than a newly painted home. And if you are thinking of selling your home in the next year, consider it an investment. A freshly painted home increases the saleability of your home. In the buyers eyes it will appear clean and well cared for. 
 
If you are planning to buy or sell a home in the Oakville/Burlington/Hamilton area, reach out to our team. We are here to help, every step of the way!




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