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When Is It Time To Call A Professional Painter?

Posted on Nov 22, 2018 9:00:00 AM by Eric Dokey

When Is It Time To Call A Professional Painter? | D and D Painting

When working on your home, you’ll have many decisions to make, no matter what the specific task is. You care about your home, and it’s important that you love the way it looks. One of the decisions most people need to make is whether or not it’s worth it to hire a professional to do the job, or try to do it on their own. Some people have a big budget set aside for decorating and remodeling costs, and prefer to hire out for every job on their to-do list.

On the flip side, some people are quite handy and creative, and actually enjoy working on their own home. However, most people fall somewhere in between those two categories, leaving them unsure what to do whenever they’re about to start a new job. If you’re one of these people, we’ve put together a short list of categories that usually call for a professional painting contractor. If your task falls into one of these categories, it’s probably time to call a pro in.

You’ve Made A Mistake

If you’ve tried to take on the project DIY style, and it’s not turning out the way you wanted it, your best option is to call a professional rather than trying to fix it yourself. Often times, repairing a mistake is more complex than a normal paint job is. Fortunately, paint professionals who have years of experience have seen it all. They’ll likely be able to come up with a plan of attack within minutes of assessing the problem.

The Project Is Complex Or Large

Some projects seem overwhelming from the very start. Some examples of complex jobs are murals, cover-ups or textured walls. Some examples of jobs that are quite large for a DIY approach are exteriors, multi-storied homes, or rooms with very high ceilings. You might be tempted to try to take on these projects on your own in order to save some money, but if you make a mistake, or spend more time than you wanted to, you might end up spending more in either time or money.  

It Needs To Get Done Correctly/Quickly

Some projects are fun and don’t have any time limit associated with them, such as painting a piece of furniture. However, if you’re dealing with a project that does need to get finished quickly, -maybe you’re about to put your house on the market, or want a new paint job before you host an event-hiring a painting contractor is your best bet. Talk to your contractor about time restraints before you start and they should be able to give you a pretty accurate estimation.

They’ll also be much more likely to get the job done right the first time around. Taking on the job yourself, you’ll run the risk of the results being less than satisfactory, whereas any experienced painting company will give you a guarantee that you’ll be happy with them. Hiring out is the best way to get an important and time sensitive paint job handled correctly and on time.

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