posted by Custom Coatings, Inc. on November 18th, 2011
should i ask for a warranty from my painter?
Some companies will offer warranties for their paint jobs, and others won’t. There are some considerations to take into account when you are ready to ask that question of the contractor you’re talking to about your project.
First, keep in mind that paint will not last forever. With that said, a high quality paint job with the right type of paint for your situation is well worth a warranty.
Second, the longer the term of the warranty you seek, the more costly the job is going to be. Form definitely follows function here. If you get an extended warranty on your new car, that is going to add to the cost of the vehicle. The same is true for things such as electronic appliances and other types of machinery.
You should expect to pay more for the value of a long-term warranty. You should also expect that if the contractor you’re hiring is concerned with the quality and workmanship of his efforts, he will provide that warranty to you. If he hesitates to stand behind his work, you should question whether or not he is the right contractor for the job.
At Custom Coatings, our experts have decades of not just experience, but certified success. 85 percent of our business is repeat business. We take pride in that. Our customers routinely refer us to the family, friends, and neighbors when the opportunity arises.
Our business is built on expert knowledge, outstanding customer service and the highest quality work for each client we serve. We rely on a knowledgeable team, excellent supply chain partners and continually educate our employees on the latest methods and equipment to maximize efficiency, durability and energy savings. We are fully licensed and insured and lead the industry in safety.
We offer worry-free projects with dedicated, background checked employees who are reliable, prompt and trustworthy. Simply select your paint color and we will handle the rest.
Just call us at 828-326-0953 and let us provide you with a free estimate on your next project.