Hide Painting your commercial building- 4 things worth knowing

So it’s time to your paint your building, and you have hired a team of professional Brisbane painters for the job. While they are quite adept at completing the task on time, there are some things they wish you knew so that they can finish the job on time or quicker than expected.

1. Let the painters do their work

Hounding Brisbane painters is one of the worst things to do. It’s not only insulting to them, but it also interferes with their concentration, and they end up doing a less than expected job. You have to trust them and their art, and let them work and complete the task.

2. Preparation takes time

Did you know that some of the less qualified painters quote lower prices as they don’t spend too much time preparing for the paint job? Preparation is essential as it’s about 30% of a good job depends on it.

A rushed job only ends up with more paint on the walls and all around and dirty walls only give rise to a poor job. So it’s better to avoid contractors that don’t spend time in preparation. The best way to find out how they prepare for jobs is by asking previous customers for references.

3. Paint ready

The painting job will be much faster if you do some of the prep work and not leave everything to the team at Chris Hoole Painters. You also save as much as 10% of the costs by doing this. So if it’s an inside job, clean the place by clearing furniture and things away from the walls to be painted.

It also helps if you remove as many switches and outlet covers from the walls as it makes the job much more manageable. In the case of exterior jobs, the gutters and downspouts should be in tiptop condition for a quick paint job. Any bushes and shrubs should be trimmed for easy conveyance and use of ladders.

4. Don’t delay touch-ups

It’s always better to do a walk-through immediately after a paint job is done to check for any needed touch-ups. Brisbane painters prefer doing touch-ups while they are there rather than being called back later for the same job.

Of course, not all painters are ready to provide touch-ups, especially if it’s not their mistake. So while you can ask for touch-ups because of something you noticed immediately after the job, you’ll have to pay for touch-ups caused by your negligence, like scratches.