Times Square Remodeling hires only experienced experts in house painting and commercial painting, providing both interior & exterior painting at competitive prices. We specialize in:
- Residential Interior Painting
- Exterior house painting
- Commercial Painting
Painting preserves and beautifies. Painting your interior can liven up living spaces for very little money. It’s important to manage your interior painting project by following simple but important steps in both preparing the work surface and painting it whether it is a room or a whole house.
If you aren’t planning to do the work yourself, do yourself a favor and hire a licensed contractor. Your chances of getting a good job done by a reputable painting contractor are much better than hiring a cheap painter off the street or getting a recommendation from your buddy “Steve”. No matter what your project might be, always hire only fully licensed contractors.
Wood and other materials are subject to a daily abuse from the outside elements and constant contact with human and pet activity on the interior. The best way to prevent the degradation of the structure of your house is to create a barrier. This barrier to the weather is called – house paint. Painting the exterior sometimes seems to be a marathon job, but done properly it will protect and beautify a home for years.
Understanding how to choose a house painter:
There is a huge difference in painters’ ability, skill level, knowledge and professionalism. Often times people remark that painter “X” is expensive while painter “Y” is cheap. Many times there is a reason for the prices painters charge; often the more expensive painter is the better painter. Inexpensive painters often don’t know how to adequately factor in all their costs and usually price the job too low. When this happens, the customers pays the price because the painter has to rush off the job, will use low quality materials and/or will not return your phone calls or return to the job if there is a problem.
Important questions to ask your house painter:
- How long will the project take?
- Is the contractor licensed and insured?
- How long has his painters been working with him?
- What brand of paint will be used? What specific grade level of paint will be used?
- What are the bathroom arrangements for the workers?
- Will you be priming the surfaces before you paint?
- How many coats will you be applying?
- Have you included everything in your estimate or could there be additional charges for work?
- How will you dispose of the trash and old paint?
- What type of paint is currently on my house? Will the new paint stick to it?
- How will you clean the house prior to painting?
- Is there anything else I haven’t asked that you should tell me?