The SoCal Pro Painting Co
Hired 2 times
1 year in business
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Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
Wear gloves during the job
Disinfect surfaces touched during the job
Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, professionalism, and value.
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Cabinet Refinishing and Repair
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
My pricing is for an experienced professional painting proffesional. I've found that in my 30 plus year's of construction experience that unfortunately there are companies who cut corners or use a lesser quality product on people's homes. Your home is the biggest purchase you will make and that old saying is you get what you pay for rings true. The cost of repairing a poorly painted surface is exponentially higher than just doing it right the first time. We pride ourselves on the ladder statement. We spend a little more time and a little more money on the right materials but in the end you will end up with a beautiful finish with no mess and have a positive experience. We might charge a little more but your experience and more importantly your project will show the quality and last a whole lot longer because it was done right by a trained proffesional staff. I can't tell you how many times I'm called in to fix thing's done wrong by the first group. I feel horrible for the customer who is now paying for the second time. Even if you don't hire my company make sure your checking credentials and looking at references. It will definitely save you in the long run.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Coming from a design background I like to spend some time learning exactly what the customer wants and expects. I'm not going to dictate my opinion on what I think is best for a customer but rather I work with the customer bringing their visions to fruition. All through the process I interact with the customer making sure we are both on the same page and I especially enjoy seeing the response when the project comes together and they are happy with everything. It's a very rewarding feeling bringing people's concepts into reality!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Well as previously stated I took architecture through junior high school and high school. I had a few years of CAD computer assisted drawing in college. So I know how things are built and love to see design done right. My father was a custom car painter and I worked with Uncles for years in Malibu and Beverly Hills at the highest levels of the trades. I designed and built restaurants. showrooms, retail stores, and trade show booths for companies in the active lifestyle apparel business. In addition I flipped houses for a multi million dollar business owner in the Pacific Palisades area. So my experience is and training is from 35 years working with craftsmen in the field at the highest levels and on million dollar homes. But I've also worked on all levels in multiple fields flipping homes and renovating houses throughout SoCal.