7 Things You Don’t Know About Your Painter
Trade work is hard work that mostly goes unnoticed, but every day we benefit from the labor of skilled tradesmen. We live in homes they constructed, we drive on roads they laid and maintain, we work and shop in buildings they built – when you really start to think about it, life and culture wouldn’t be the same without tradesmen.
We value tradesmen and their role in culture.
Specifically the work of a painter. To help give you a new perspective on trade professionals here are 7 things you probably didn’t know about painters.
1. Painters Are Investment Managers
For most of us, our home is the biggest investment we will ever make. We want to take care of it and we hope to make a profit if we decide to sell. Painters improve curb appeal, give neighborhoods new life and add value to homes on the market. If you’re looking to sell, a little paint can go a long way in making your house stand out in a crowd.
2. Painters Are Hospitality Engineers
Painters help businesses create an experience for their customers and help families feel comfortable in their homes. From warm and inviting to creative and inspiring – color changes the way people feel about space.
3. Painters Are Craftsmen
Almost anyone can apply paint to a wall, but a real painter is a craftsman. They are skilled and show command over the tools of the trade. They are consistent, pay attention to the details and provide a quality finish on every job.
4. Painters Provide Asset Protection
The Arizona sun creates brilliant sunsets but is brutal on the materials we build our homes with. Painters restore luster, provide protection and make the wood, metal and stucco on your home last longer by shielding with quality paint.
5. Painters Are Creative
Painters not only show creativity in color selection and application but also in problem-solving. From figuring out how to safely access hard-to-reach places to developing new techniques when encountering a unique surface.
6. Painters Are Leaders
You don’t learn trade work in a classroom. It’s still passed down from master to apprentice. Techniques, effective systems, core values, and integrity are all practiced on the job. Great painters are building a better workforce.
7. Painters Shape Culture
Painters help others see value in what they have. They help make our city more beautiful and they help ensure our structures hold up over time. They contribute to building our economy and give us a new way to see our world.
So next time a vibrant accent wall catches your eye or the smell of fresh paint makes you smile, tip your hat, raise a glass and thank the tradesmen that make your life better.
We’ll paint your home and we’ll work hard to make sure you’re satisfied. We want you to be happy – but we also want to change the way you view tradesman.
Don’t Pay Until The Work Is Done
We want to be trusted and we want to break contractor stereotypes, so on jobs less than $10,000 we don’t take payment until the end of the job.
And, if you find something you’re not happy with later, we will come back to fix it, up to 10 years, because we have a 10-year application warranty on every job we finish.
At the end of the day, we want people who walk into a home we painted or drive past one of our exterior jobs, to look at our work and think, “Whoever did that really cares about what they do”.