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Oct 23

Written by: Mark Thissell
10/23/2017 2:16 PM 

Where Can I Find Commercial Painters Near Me?When finding for painters to work for your business space, the first thing you'd usually ask would be: "Where can I find commercial painters near me?" For commercial painting contractors, accessibility to clients is obviously important so that they can provide services on time (as much as is possible).

But fortunately for people, with the help of the new technology, they don't have to make a guess where they can get commercial painters who are working the nearest to their business location. Just type in "commercial painters near me (or the name of the town you're currently based in)" on Google or any other search engine, and in just milliseconds you will see many painting service contractors and companies who may be conveniently located somewhere near or in the vicinity of your business location.

Search-and-discovery and websites such as Angie's List or Yelp can also be helpful in your quest for the ideal commercial painting contractor to work with you. Such websites contain listings of local business establishments plus their information and authentic customer ratings and reviews, which also prove to be helpful as well. You can also search for local commercial painters on the Better Business Bureau website to check out possible customer reports or complaints. The number of these complaints or disputes will let you decide whether or not you should hire a certain company.

Don't forget to check in local phone directories as they are still a reliable source of finding services such as painting contractors who work near your home, your office, or your business.

You can also ask around – friends, families, neighbors, or other businesses are good reference sources who may have hired commercial painters in the past. If they are enthusiastic when talking about the work these commercial painters have done at their property – and are even recommending them – chances are that the contractors they've worked with are pretty good and reliable. Just make sure that the contractors that they've been recommending to you are also based somewhere near your business, especially when their accessibility and convenience are also of an utmost importance to you.

Call at least three different contractors for your job, and invite them for an initial meeting and interview right at your own property. That way, they will also take their time to do their own inspections at areas that might need be painted (and fixed, depending on the problem). Remember another tip: the longer that a contractor takes to inspect and assess your property, the more realistic estimate they will provide you. If you're not satisfied with any of these three, there are likely others for you to consider.

It is also important to check the contractors' references, credentials, their past working experience, and their background. This is to ascertain that the contractor is truly licensed, insured, skilled, professional, committed to his work, and has no bad legal records.

When you have finally chosen the contractor you want to work with, you should obtain a written copy of a complete contract. It will include pertinent information about the contractor such as the name, address, contact details, and license number. Plus, it will also include the materials to be used, procedures, timeframe and modes of payment. A copy of a written contract is useful because it will clear things out should disputes between you and the contractor arise. It is important to read and understood the things written on the contract before you finally sign it.

You should also ask for a written guarantee of the contractor's work. It includes the usual surface defects (like fading and chipping paint) that the contractor promises to cover at little or no cost. But other surface problems caused by things that are beyond their control – such as impacts from accidents and natural disasters – are usually not covered by the contractor.

As you are about to start working with the contractor, avoid making the full payment upfront. Make a partial payment first (usually about 10%-15% of the full cost or what you agreed upon with the contractor), and withhold the balance until you are quite satisfied with their work.

"Can I find commercial painters near me?" The answer is:  you can if you're attentive enough on finding them. Mining more sources – whether on the World Wide Web or otherwise – means a bigger chance of finding contractors who work near you. How the contractor works and how he interacts with you on a professional level are even more important than just their convenient location.

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