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Jason did a great job! There was some miscommunication regarding what color went where, but it was quickly rectified. It wasn’t his mistakeSep 1, 2019Verified
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They showed up and provided an estimate a few days later, but their estimate was not more the triple the other estimates we got from pros on ThumbtackFeb 6, 2020VerifiedBlue Painting's reply
Hi Jessami - thanks for having us out to provide an estimate! We appreciate feedback like yours. Prices may vary for ceiling texture removal because the process one company uses may be different than another and it ultimately effects the final outcome. With our approach we can guarantee a smooth ceiling free of inconsistencies. As always we are happy to discuss with you to see if we can find a solution that fits. Have a great day!
Blue Painting sealed our wood siding feature on the front of our home prior to winter and did a fantastic job! Would hire them again.Oct 14, 2019VerifiedBlue Painting's reply
Thanks for your Business Hanna! We loved the look of your accent wood and would be happy to come back anytime you need us!
Easily the worst professionals I have worked with while gutting an entire home.... I hired a dozen sub contractors. Blue charged me 1,900 to not only ruined the existing woodwork by slopping on gobs of primer and paint... but they also got paint on new carpet. Run to any other painter!Dec 18, 2018VerifiedBlue Painting's reply
Nathan, please call me back or return my emails so we can continue our plan to rectify this situation. We're standing by to help.
The cost for spot priming 1 side of a 1.25 story house, then painting the house and garage were ridiculously high. Over $3k to spray the house and garage, and hand brush the trim is a bit excessive. Luke was incredibly nice and thorough in his estimate. However, based on the 4 bids that I had received, I hard passed on them.Sep 7, 2018VerifiedBlue Painting's reply
Thank you for your review Tiffany. My new employee Luke was in his first few months of employment with our company and I believe he may have over-delivered for the outcome you were looking for. We try to learn our customers needs and ask enough questions to make sure we're not selling you more than you need, and on the other side of that coin we never want to give you less than you're looking for either. It sounds like we fell short of this for your estimate and for that I apologize. Thanks again for your feedback!
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I like to start by asking you a few questions about the work you need done. Once I have the information that I need to give you the service you'd like, I will provide a quote. During the quoting process I like to explain why I am recommending certain products or processes and often times adjust to meet your needs. When we have a proposal for the work that we both agree on, I set up a powerwash (if needed). I like to stay in close communication for the days leading up to a project. I find that communication is one of if not the most important element in working with people. On the actual day of the project I like to start by walking through the work with you one more time before I begin. This is to absolutely ensure I am delivering the job that you are looking for. Once complete, I like to walk through the job once more to show you what's been done and receive any feedback you might have!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have been painting professionally since 2008. I apprenticed with a professional painter (25+ years experience) for 3 years and learned a wealth of industry knowledge and techniques. I am backed by a network of paint experts through Sherwin Williams, Benjamin Moore, and PPG who are one phone call away should I encounter any sort of issue or anomoly while painting or staining. I have also completed EPA lead certification courses.