If you follow our blog, you likely saw that we recently shared an article called How To Prepare for Your Interior Painting Project. Transparency is a huge part of our philosophy as a painting company, and we want to make sure our clients (and prospective clients) know exactly what to expect and how to prepare for their house painting update. And, if you’re visiting our site, we want to offer insight that you may find valuable too.
Today, let’s head outside and look at how to prepare for your outdoor project.
Getting Ready for Your Exterior House Painter
Every project is unique, but here’s an inside look at our general homeowner checklist:
- All your final color choices and directives must be submitted to our office before your project begins
- Make sure your sprinklers are turned off 3-4 days prior to our arrival (wet surfaces can’t be painted, and we want to be sure your home is ready for us)
- We keep in close communication about our schedule and timeline, but in general we ask that the work areas be accessible between 7:45am and 4:45pm, Monday-Saturday
- Please make sure your pets are either comfortably contained indoors, or relocated while we work (we want them to be safe)
- Exterior water supplies should be turned on
- Exterior electrical outlets must be accessible
- Please prune/cut back any shrubbery that may be brushing up against your home, or constricting our work area
As we mentioned above, communication (and your convenience) are top priorities for us. With that in mind, if any of the above tasks prove to be a hardship for you, please let us know. We’ll do all we can to help you make special arrangements.
Do You Have Any Other Questions About Our Painting Services?
Please don’t hesitate to ask! We are here to serve you, and to make the house painting process just as smooth, convenient, and enjoyable as possible. Reach out today to get started!