Do You Know Who You’re Hiring?

When you choose a service company or contractor for a job, many homeowners will make their decision based on criteria such as price quotes, referrals, specials/discounts, or availability. For starters, at least, those are reasonable factors to consider. But, do they tell you enough about the people you’re hiring?

If you are taking bids on a painting project for your home, you will be hiring a business that will have access to your home as well as the responsibility to paint it. Before making any decisions, you should have all the information you need to make an informed choice that you won’t regret later.

With a project the size of a professional house painting, there is always the potential for things to go wrong, or complications to arise. Knowing before the work begins how those issues will be handled can save you a lot of grief down the road. You should have a clear understanding of who you are hiring, how they will approach the job, and what you can expect from them throughout the project and after the work is done.

5 Questions You Should Ask Your Painting Company

  1. Do you hire your own painters or do you subcontract the work?

Contractors will often subcontract work to reduce their overhead. By subbing out the work, they can avoid the cost of insurance, vehicle maintenance, and can pay a flat rate for another outfit to do the actual work.

The painting crew you hire to paint your house should have the experience and qualifications to do the job. Those attributes can only be guaranteed by the company you hire if they do their own hiring.

You should know who will be showing up at your house each day during the project and how they were hired, which leads us to the next question you should be asking…

  1. Do you perform background checks on your employees?

You can never be too careful about who you hire. Remember, these are people who will be coming into your home and working around your property throughout the painting project. A reputable professional painting company will take that extra step of screening its new hires to ensure their workers are trustworthy and safe.

  1. Are you and your employees insured?

Whether it’s an accidental injury to a worker or damage to your property, you should know if the company you hire has the necessary coverage. Employees should have workers’ compensation that will cover employees for accidents. The business should have adequate insurance to cover any damage to your property.

  1. How do you handle any structural defects that you find?

There’s always the chance that an area of your home may need more than just a fresh coat of paint. Something that had previously gone undetected, and is discovered during the painting job. Does your contractor have personnel on staff who can correct the problem so that the work can be completed properly?

  1. Do you have Better Business Bureau accreditation?

Accreditation with the BBB tells you that the company you hired maintains high standards, including customer complaint resolution. This is important because you want to know that if there’s a snag or problem with the work, you know you’re dealing with a reputable business that will do what needs to be done to meet your satisfaction. 

Arizona Painting Co., The Name You Can Trust

When you hire Arizona Painting Company to paint your home, you’re getting a company that doesn’t cut corners. Our new hires are put through a rigorous training program, and all employees are provided continuing skill-building training throughout their careers with Arizona Painting Company. We do not subcontract your job out to third parties. We value the reputation we have earned in our community and within the industry. That’s not something we believe should be placed in the hands of people we haven’t trained ourselves.

You can rest assured that the same people you hired will be those who deliver on the promise we make for your 100% satisfaction. You can also be certain that the same people will follow up on any concerns or issues you may have with the work.

Each project we take on will have a Project Manager in charge, and a Supervisor assigned for the painting crew. They will oversee the job and inspect it for quality assurance.

You will have further peace of mind in knowing that when you hire Arizona Painting Company, the work is covered by an optional 10-year warranty on our work. If you are not completely satisfied with your results, just call us and we will dispatch a crew to make it right.

Arizona Painting Company is the #1 painting company in the Tucson and greater Phoenix area. Request an estimate online or give us a call for the best residential or commercial painting in Arizona.

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