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Tips for Hiring a Painting Contractor
Having your home or business painted by a professional is a significant savings of time and anxiety. The key to having a hassle free experience is taking the time to find the right painting contractor. Here are a few tips to finding a reliable best professional:

Tip #1: Get references.
Ask the contractor for at least three client references; trustworthy contractors are happy to provide them. Visit the sites and look at the work in person if possible. Also, if you know anyone who has recently had their home or business professionally painted, then ask who they used. Even if they had a rough experience, it is still valuable to know who to avoid.

Tip #2: Check the contractor's credentials.
Make sure you not only ask the contractor how long he or she has been in business, be sure and pay attention to how the contractor behaves during the interview or consultation. Is he or she courteous? Arrive on time? Did he or she take phone calls during the interview? Often, the way a contractor behaves toward potential clients is just as important as experience.

Tip #3: Check the contractor's license.
Be certain that the contractor is licensed, bonded and insured. You will also want the contractor to offer written guarantees of the work he or she does.

Tip #4: Shop around.
Get estimates and consultations from at least three contractors before making a final decision.

Tip #5: Go over all of the work in detail.
Make sure your contractor surveys the interior and exterior thoroughly and reviews any aspects of the property that could affect the price, such as corrosion or cracks. Make sure you delineate exactly what surfaces you want painted and which you want untouched, have him or her specify how it is to be painted (What sort of pigment? Will he or she use a brush, roller or spray paint?), what colors you want and how he or she plans to protect the floors, furniture, plants, appliances, etc.
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Diamond Painting Write review for this local business
8380 W Emile Zola Ave Box 6072, Peoria, AZ 85385
(623) 910-1282  
As a commercial/industrial painting contractor, we can work with hotels, hospitals, apartment buildings, condos, and other locations. Interior and exterior painting services.
National Commercial & Industrial Coatings Write review for this local business
3027 S 45th St, Phoenix, AZ 85040
(480) 968-6848  
Marcel Painting Write review for this local business
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(602) 910-6790  
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Quality House Painting Write review for this local business
10805 N 81st Ave, Peoria, AZ 85345
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8250 N Via Paseo Del Norte, Scottsdale, AZ 85258
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Triple Seven Quality Commercial Painting Write review for this local business
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448 S Robson, Mesa, AZ 85210
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Riley Industrial Services Write review for this local business
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(480) 396-9422  
Carrano Painting Write review for this local business
14965 W Caribbean Lane, Surprise, AZ 85379
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Mansour Valley Painting Llc Write review for this local business
7005 E Broadway Road ste 20, Mesa, AZ 85208
(480) 924-0113  
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Many people choose to become paint contractors because of the wide array of work available. This busy field often involves the interior and exterior of residential homes, commercial office buildings, sports stadiums, and even large plant or factory facility locations with heavy machinery. Both commercial and industrial paint contractors work all over the United States these days on various projects. However, the level of income made in this field depends on factors like the company you work for, your level of experience, and the location of your work.

Unlike some other professions, being a paint contractor does not call for a bachelor's degree or masters in business. This is a field that depends more on experience and attention to details. Therefore it is a good idea to train under an expert for a while to get the right education. As an expert in this business, you may often deal with new home construction, faux interior finishes, commercial office buildings, and thick coats of epoxy for paint protection. The colors you use in your line of work will vary depending on what the client wants. Whether you are covering a wall, ceiling, floor or deck with paint, you need to make certain you treat the surface beforehand if it needs it. On a separate note, with some surfaces paint blasting is more efficient than using a simple brush to apply the desired color.

If you become a commercial or industrial paint contractor, you can expect to work with plenty of office building interiors and exteriors. You are also likely to work with construction teams, and other building crews at times. It just depends on the project.