JT Painting Blog
Painters Have the Right Equipment – Professional painters have access to much more efficient equipment
than a typical homeowner would, such as paint sprayers and specialty rollers.
These make the paint jobs go far quicker, and in most cases, offer a
higher-quality paint job than a standard brush or paint roller. While these can be rented, it
would involve yet another cost to factor in when comparing doing a job yourself
versus hiring a professional painter.
- Hiring a Professional Painter Eliminates Risk – Working on scaffolding is
dangerous, but professionals are expected to have years of experience standing
and balancing on such equipment as well as know what safety precautions to
take. Painting can be monotonous work, and after a few hours up on a scaffold
it can be easy to lose track of just how narrow that board is.
Painters do the Preparation –
All those little peeling spots? It takes quite the disciplined approach to
properly scrape all of them away. If you are not prepared to do this correctly,
there’s no sense in not hiring
a professional painter.
Indeed, there’s no point in putting in all that hard work if the paint is just
going to begin peeling again a few years down the road.
- And, of Course, a Professional House Painter Knows
PAINT – The
paint choices of today are more complicated than just deciding between oil or
latex; professional painters know what works, how to use it and will boast the
right tools for the job. Many professional painting contractors utilize and
partner with professional paint, coatings and wall covering suppliers.