Seattle Fresh Painting
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This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:
Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers
Wear masks during the job
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- Charlene J.
My cabinets look great! Very professional and like new. The painters were extremely careful to cover everything and cleaned up well, too. I would hire them again.Jul 16, 2020Verified
- Jack A.
Showing up on time was great! But why he stands out is that he sent me a text saying he noticed another painting company at the house and that he’d wait in his car until the other co. Left. Respect and integrity are high marks in my book!!Nov 8, 2020Verified
- Claire M.
Luis and Manny did a great job and my walls are like new! They are very responsive, friendly and their charges are reasonable. I could not find a company more professional and satisfying. I’m very happy about their painting and nail hole filling job! Highly recommended!Sep 7, 2020Verified
- Rory H.
Luis and his team led by Mannie did a great job on a super short time line. I am grateful for the work this team did on my house and would not hesitate to hire them again for a painting projectSep 3, 2020Verified
- Krishnan K.
We had a really good experience with Seattle Fresh Painting. They were on time for quotes, reasonable with prices, on time for the job and stuck to their quotes. Talk less, do more attitude.. perfect ! We will surely hire them for our future painting needs !Aug 6, 2020Verified
License Type: Specialty Contractor – Painting and Wall Covering (WA)
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am bilingual. Using my skills, I have been a professional medical interpreter. Being an interpreter is very different from being a translator. As an interpreter, one must comprehend the narrative and express it for others to capture in full. We must LISTEN and COMPREHEND, essentially often needing to guide the dialogue to intent. That skill is what sets me apart in this industry. With that, I have also developed a team that captures the full skill set and abilities that are required to keep our clients thrilled.
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?“We recently had the privilege of being invited to bid on a comprehensive painting solution for a large custom home nestled in the Madrona neighborhood. Of course, my team and I were excited about the opportunity to bid on such a lovely home, but more importantly I really wanted to demonstrate the value of my team and practices in the market place. All that said, I have an affinity for this kind of architecture, and this one felt more personal. I suppose a bit of me was vested in making this home an expression of restrained elegance and expression. I wanted my consultative approach and services to be an integral value-add to the success of the overall project. The results were precisely what our client sought, and excellence to detail was abundantly present. It was a success.”
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?1) Ensure you always get two to four bids, and ensure the bids are apples-to-apples for the same scope of work, including paint quality, brands, prepping, clean-up, disposable, and any additional ancillary service fees. 2) make sure your contractor LISTENS to YOUR needs. Too often contractors deliver an end result that expresses their interpretation of your need. We strive to deliver to the client’s full expectations and satisfaction. 3) Referrals matter. When someone within your trusted circle of influence refers a contractor, take note. Referral-based business is a challenging realm because expectations are automatically set at a higher standard - and they should be.