Construction is an industry that requires the mixed talents of different services in order to get the final job done. This of course includes the many expertise of painting or RazorClean Painters staff. There are literally thousands of companies out there claiming to be qualified and experienced contractors, but the truth is that there are only a few that will get the job done right.
WHAT TO EXPECT
We believe that perfecting a system in order to provide outstanding service is what makes our business great, and appreciated by our customers. Your business is important and the lifeline for our company, reason why we take a lot of pride in setting up the most streamlined painting process. Our goal is to make it easy and stress free for you!
EXTERIOR PAINTING PROCESS
Painting the exterior of your property is a rather exhausting job due to the many outdoor elements; Exterior painting is better served left to our professional painting team to conduct with expertise. There can be many aspects involved in such a task, and only a trained painter is able to perform the process correctly. Due to the cold or heat some of these steps may be skipped or done incorrectly, it can severely affect the final look and life span of your painting job.
INTERIOR PAINTING PROCESS
Painting has always been seen as one of those tasks that many people think they can undertake. The thought of painting the inside of a property seems easy right? Unfortunately, many people find themselves in over their heads halfway through a project. We don’t recommend you waste your time or money by taken on a much needed professional regarding your project. Don’t make the same mistake as many people who wish they had called a professional. If you are just determined to DIY, please contact us for consulting.
Not sure what color is right for your project? Try the Sherwin Williams free, online color simulation tool. You can find colors, or even upload your photo to see how a color works within your project. This can take the guessing out, regading if you like a color before it’s on the wall,