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MaggiePaints did an excellent job painting the interior of my house. They are very professional and offered a very fair price. They also stand by their work to make sure that it is finished properly. They are also punctual and dependable. I am glad I hired MaggiePaints.Jul 30, 2019
Maggie has been great - prompt, professional, and well priced. I have used her for other services in addition to painting. Definitely recommend.Aug 25, 2018VerifiedMaggiePaints.Com's reply
Thanks Christopher! Let me know next time you need a handywoman!
I hired Maggie to paint an accent wall and patched a drywall up. Good job on Wall . Just wished she finished up the drywall. The drywall needed the final sand and paint. I tried communicating several times on availability but she had not the chance to finish up.Sep 25, 2018VerifiedMaggiePaints.Com's reply
All done. I’m glad our schedules finally intertwined. Thanks for being my first customer to give me 3 stars!
I am so excited to share about the great work we received in our home from Maggie Paints! Maggie and her team were very attentive to the paint project that I described and explained to them. In addition, they showed up faithfully every day to work on the project until its completion. Maggie's vitality and her attention to detail is a hallmark of her business acumen. I would definitely recommend Maggie Paints for painting projects in your home or business.Jan 3, 2018Verified
Maggie and her crew recently completed two painting-related tasks for us and far exceeded our expectations. We particularly appricated their attention to detail and friendly demeanor. As to her pricing structure, we would suggest you ‘get in line’ and employ her when she’s available. But first she has a few more jobs to do for us!Aug 25, 2018VerifiedMaggiePaints.Com's reply
Thanks Steve, I’ll be contacting you soon yo schedule the next project!
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I have a flat fee for what I think is a fair price for labor. I use all my own tools and materials. The only thing I don’t add in the estimate is price of paint and anything extra for example; light/outlet switches and the covers if I’m replacing them. If I need to purchase dry wall for a project I don’t charge the price of the dry wall, that goes into the whole price of the patch work. As my own rule, caulking and minor patch work is complimentary when prepping for a paint project. Many things in home improvement are unforeseen. If I needed extra tools for a project, like a specific size putty knife, I would not charge the customer because I keep the tools and would likely use them again for another job.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First, we talk and figure out exactly what needs to be done and availability. Then, I usually make a spreadsheet listing all the things to be completed, materials needed, prices, and approximately how long it will take to have some sort of timeline, or less formal communication depending on the job.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?-US Army Veteran (5 years active) -Bachelors in Studio Art from Goucher College (well I still need 2 credits to graduate) I might not ever finish. - Internship at a Truax Frames. I learned glass cutting and matte, real measurements and pricing. -Hands on experience. My dad was a sign designer, he mostly worked with vinyl and can hand cut any letter, but not faster than a machine, unfortunately. -Worked for remodeling company. (TKR) Tony Kirk Remodeling in Towson, MD. They are the best.