What you should know about residential house painting
New Jersey painting contractors come in all shapes - some specialize in industrial or commercial painting, while others are better equipped to do residential NJ painting projects.
Oftentimes, when homeowners are disappointed in the service they receive, the problem really comes from choosing a wrong type of New Jersey painting contractor for the job in the first place.
You see, even though no one industry sector is better than others, they are all different, and call for different kinds of skills, experience and expertise levels.
Industrial New Jersey house painters apply protective coatings to storage tanks, steel structures, bridges, water towers, etc. and are experienced in sandblasting, abrasion, steam cleaning, chemical treatments and other methods that homeowners are not likely to ever need.
Commercial house painting in New Jersey requires the right equipment and enough manpower in order to paint hotels, casinos, movie theaters and malls - sometimes dozens of buildings at the same time within a month, so the painters often have to work at night in empty buildings.
New construction NJ painters do sub-contract work for builders and general contractors. Their main strength is spray painting New Jersey homes - using off-white builders solution/paint throughout the entire house to hide various surface imperfections.
And finally, there are residential New Jersey house painting companies like ours, who specialize in custom painting.
New Jersey residential custom painters work directly with the homeowner, which requires excellent customer service and communication skills, much higher quality standards and attention to detail, understanding the homeowners' needs and concerns and so on.
Since residential New Jersey painters work in fully furnished and occupied houses, they must be able to work in a way that causes the least disruption to the homeowners' daily life - keeping the working area clean and organized at all times, taking extra care to protect furniture, flooring, decorations and other surfaces not to be painted, daily clean up, no loud music, working in consecutive days, sticking to the schedule, meeting the deadline, etc.
Residential NJ painting contractors must be knowledgeable in products and materials for different surfaces and situations - from wood to aluminum, from a beat-up exterior to new-born baby rooms and everything in between. And of course, they must be experienced in many techniques - custom painting, wood staining, faux finishing and others that help personalize a house and make it feel more like a home.
So, as you can see, those 4 sectors are too different, and it's humanly impossible to be an expert in all of them (even though some New Jersey painting contractors claim they are), just like it's impossible to serve several masters at the same time!
That's why for the best results, and for one less chance for disappointment, try to match the job with the right NJ house painter the next time you are looking for someone to do your home painting.
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