"BEAUTY WITHOUT COLOUR SEEMS TO SOMEHOW BELONG TO ANOTHER WORLD." -Murasaki Shikibu
"ONCE I MAKE UP MY MIND I'M FULL OF INDECISION." Oscar Levant
A COLOR CONSULTATION WITH BLUE PARROT PAINTING WILL HELP YOU CREATE AN ENVIRONMENT IN WHICH YOU WILL LOVE TO LIVE!
Service, Value and Quality in Painting
Good service won’t make up for poor painting skills, but poor service can ruin the best paint job.
Painting is a service that begins as soon as you have your first contact with the painting contractor. From your initial call to his business to the time the crew packs up and leaves your home you should feel comfortable with the owner, his supervisors and staff.
The estimator should be a painter with long-term hands-on experience that will enable him to evaluate the most efficient method to paint your home and the best materials to use while providing the best value. He should be able to answer all your questions regarding colors, sheen and the proper paint to use at each area to be painted. His credentials should include liability and workmen’s compensation insurance, warranties and references.
Experience = Knowledge = Training: There are steps that need to be taken: sanding, cleaning priming, etc, which may not be noticed in the finished product, but will ensure the finished product looks great and lasts and performs as it should. After 30 plus years in the painting business, we at Blue Parrot Painting know the correct methods, the proper steps and tools, the appropriate materials to use for each project and the top lines within each brand of paint. All this will affect the overall appeal of the work we are performing at your home.
When our crew arrives at your home, they are respectful of your belongings, covering everything in the areas to be painted to guard against paint splatters. Once the work is completed, we clean up and leave the area as we found it. Our workers are on time, friendly and pleasant. At job completion, we will review our work with you and respond to any questions you may have. How does the work look? How do the lines look? Is the drywall repair obvious? Is the coverage adequate?
All these attributes are what constitutes a quality paint job. Any competent painter can apply a passable finish. The question is how will that finish look in two years? 5 years?
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