Q: How do I go about hiring a painter?
A: Knowing how to hire a house painter for your home improvement project is an easy way to make your space feel like home. When hiring a painter, make sure they are professional and knowledgeable. By following Paintzen’s simple guide, you can find the best possible painting contractor for your project.
Hire a True Professional
You want to make sure you’re hiring a professional painter If they have many years of experience, they should be ready to take on any project that you have for them. Make sure you are clear on the scope of your project. Does it include surface preparation and other prep work? Does their contract include material costs like primer and paint and all the way to the drop cloths?
Paintzen’s painters are true professionals and can start painting your space in as few as 72 hours.
Is Your House Painter Verified
Paintzen interior and exterior painters have all the necessary documents to complete any paint job.
- General Liability Insurance – Paintzen painters all have this insurance to protect the project and your home.
- Workers Compensation – This will protect the painters while on the job, something all Paintzen professional painters have.
- Necessary State Licenses – Each state can have different requirements for different paint projects. Our Paintzen painters have all the necessary licenses to get the job done.
These few things can protect you, the painter, and the project.
Read the reviews of our house painters. With numerous reviews on Yelp, Feefo, and more, you can get a rich picture of our Paintzen painters and see some images of projects they have worked on in the past.
What’s the Cost
Perhaps the most important part of the process is knowing what a house painter charges. Paintzen provides a house painting quote rather than an a written estimate (that so many other painters provide), so you will know upfront what you will be paying for your professional paint project.
If you want to know what is included in the fee, see Paintzen’s tips for what to ask your house painter prior to the beginning of the project.