A. Upon receipt of your signed proposal and deposit, a job file is created and the customer is placed in line for scheduling. Please remember to call us with your color(s). Also, please inform us of any special scheduling needs such as weddings, out of town guest, baptism, etc. We'll try our best to accommodate specific needs.
B. Allowing us to place you on a rain day basis during summer months may delay our arrival, does create short notice but will save you money from our normal charges.
C. We do not routinely paint areas which have not been previously painted (example: plastic molding, soffit venting, gutters, etc.) unless specifically requested to do so. Once a surface is painted it will need to continuously be repainted.
D. We will routinely remove downspouts and re-hang them after completing work in that area. Doing this ensures that even difficult areas of a customer's home are reached completely and thoroughly, without getting paint on the downspouts.
E. Shutters are not routinely removed due to the fact that each time you remove a screw it lessens the integrity of the hole eventually needing a plug to reinforce/secure the mouthing. In the event you wish to have them removed we would be happy to accommodate you and should be addressed with the site manager.
A. Some contactors literally are here today and gone tomorrow. Look for an established contractor with at least 10 years experience. Poor business management, poor service and poor quality cannot sustain a business for long. Contractors ascribing to these practices quickly go out of business, but not before they leave a long string of angry and dissatisfied customers.
B. It's unwise to pay to much... But its even worse to pay to little. When you pay to much, you lose a little money... and that's all. If you pay to little, you sometimes lose everything, because the thing you bought was incapable of doing what it was bought to do. The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot, it can not be done. If you deal with the lowest bidder, it is well to add something for the risk you run. If you do that, you will have enough to pay for something better.
C. Remember, the bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of the lowest price is forgotten.
"With this Century quality is a priority."