For business owners in Oregon who need painting services, it isn’t enough to hire a contractor and hope for the best. Your paint job can’t be based on the lowest initial price.
Unfortunately, there is so much at stake when it comes to hiring a paint contractor that many business owners don’t take into account.
Before you hire a fly-by-night company or a small, inexperienced painter to handle your commercial needs it’s important to consider overall value.
Doing a cost and benefit analysis will often reveal that low price amateurs are more costly in the long run.
Make sure you understand why your business needs a professional paint job.
1. Zero Disruption To Business
You call a contractor and start work. They put down the tarps, tape the windows, set up the ladders and start painting.
Then something happens. Your contractor disappears.
With commercial paint projects, you can’t afford to risk the possible disruption to your business an amateur could bring.
A professional contractor can work around your schedule as well as your busy times. What’s more, you can rest assured they will get the work done on schedule.
When you hire an established professional with positive references and great customer reviews you know there will be zero disruption to your business.
2. A Paint Job Should Protect Your Assets
Painting for a commercial enterprise isn’t as simple as beautification. You’re also investing in the preservation of your business assets.
A non-professional paint job won’t last long. And it won’t provide the same level of protection.
After the vicious winter of 2016-2017, it’s more important than ever to assess the damage to your facilities and correct them right away.
A professional will give you peace of mind that you’ve invested wisely.
3. You Can’t Afford The Liability
If you hire an inexperienced firm you may be footing the bill for injuries and safety issues. If your job is done by an amateur with no attention to OSHA rules and regulations you could be liable if an injury takes place onsite.
Worse still, is the liability for the safety of your employees and customers. A non-professional may not have a certificate of insurance.
Are you willing to take on the safety and insurance liabilities of a small company while they perform services for you? Your initial cost savings could be from a lack of insurance or safety precautions.
A professional will have you (and them) covered every step of the way.
4. You Need To Get It Right The First Time
Hiring the best commercial painting company means getting it done right.
You can’t afford ugly mistakes. And you can’t handle the hassle of bringing an amateur back in to correct their faulty work. You may even have to shell out the cost of hiring a second contractor if you don’t get it right the first time.
Fitzpatrick Painting can help. You need an established business with a proven track record of customer satisfaction and overall value.
Don’t wait to find the best painting options for your business.
Contact Fitzpatrick Painting now and receive your free estimate.