Seven Qualities to Look for in an Industrial Painting Contractor

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

The list of industrial painting contractors in Central and Southern California may be overwhelming to you. You might wonder who you can really trust with your painting and coating projects. These guidelines listed below are designed to help you select the appropriate contractor and know what to expect for your project.

  1. Appropriate bids: High quality contractors will charge appropriately. Feel free to shop around, but beware of a considerably low bid, which can be the most expensive and least trustworthy option.
  2. Quotes: Ask for a comprehensive, written quote if one is not automatically provided. This gives you a better understanding of all charges and project details.
  3. Open lines of communication: Painters should be willing to explain the process to you in detail. They should be quick to respond to questions and concerns you may have.
  4. Time tables: A clear deadline for completing the painting job should be provided. If the information is available to you, check if previous work has been completed on time.
  5. Qualifications: Contractors need to be insured and licensed in order to be a serious contender for your business.
  6. Recommendations: Accept recommendations from trusted friends or colleagues to find the best company for your painting job. If others have been pleased in the past, chances are you will be also.
  7. Experience: You need painters who have been working for several years and know what they’re doing. Make sure to find out how long the company has been around before deciding on a contractor.

Cor-Ray Painting Company not only has extensive experience in the Central and Southern California area, but is proud to display its previously completed painting and coating projects. Click here for a glimpse at some of these projects that were completed in a timely manner. To schedule an estimate, call (562) 906-9770 or click.

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