|Monday||9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.|
Mission Painting and Home Improvements
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The company was very professional and the final bill (with paint) was less than the original labor quote. The house looks great! Will definitely use the again when we do the inside this Fall.Jun 18, 2018
Job done in 2 days! Email was answered quickly! Job was done according to contract with flexibility! Easiest contractor to work with. House is beautiful! Thanks so much!May 10, 2018Verified
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Choosing a contractor? Give us two minutes to prove how were different from the others and why it matters. Youll learn what a hassle-free experience is all about. Your house. Any color. Tomorrow! Visualize before you paint. Using actual photos, well virtually paint your space exterior or interior and email you options.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?At Mission Painting we dont take a DIME until were finished, so YOU hold all the cards. Why is that important? Real estate expert Ken Corsini has hired hundreds of contractors and painters on thousands of jobs. Recently, he wrote an article on why you should NEVER pay up front. Heres an excerpt published in BiggerPockets.com Why You Should Never Pay Your Contractor Up Front There are simply too many fly--by--night contractors out there who will you tell you what you want to hear to get the job, but will ultimately burn you in the end. I recently made a mistake that cost me money. I needed a specialty contractor to do some work at my personal house and I simply didnt take the time to perform the necessary due diligence. While this gentleman appeared to be very knowledgeable and professional, he was also less expensive than other more reputable contractors in this trade. I was more interested in using the less expensive contractor in hopes of saving a few bucks mistake number ONE. After agreeing to pricing, I committed the job to him. Knowing he worked out of the back of his truck, it did not surprise me that he wanted me to pay for the materials up front. Against my better judgment, I cut him a check for materials with the understanding that work would commence a few days later mistake number TWO. It has been almost a month and this contractor is nowhere to be found. I am not proud of the egg on my face, but its worth sharing the importance of working with reputable contractors even when it costs a little more. In fact, this experience led me to create a personal principle: Never work with a contractor who needs payment before work has started (including materials). If they dont have the means to float material costs and labor, they simply arent worth the risk of doing business. I dont care if its your friend, your cousin or even your pastor a contractor who doesnt have the cash flow to begin a project is one small crisis away from walking away with your money. We agree! There are NO upfront costs at Mission Painting. We start your job with a handshake. Beware of painters or contractors who want money up front thats a big red flag they may be financially unstable or unscrupulous. Call us today or visit MissionPaintingKC.com.