Why should I choose RW Professional Painting?
When choosing RW Professional Painting, you are doing just that – choosing us to paint your property. We DO NOT use independent contractors, unlike many larger painting companies. Having an independent contractor on your property, means you are no longer having the original company painting your property and those who are performing the work and taking the risks may not be covered by the proper insurance, which is putting YOU at risk!
Can you operate and finish within my HOA timelines?
We commonly are helping customers meet their HOA requirements within their given timelines. Of course, we can give extended estimates that will remain valid while you gain any HOA approvals. Generally, we prefer to start on a project by the 2nd week after approval of contract; however, we offer options for rush projects to those in need.
What is your preferred method of payment?
We prefer payment by check, while accepting all major credit cards with a 3% up charge. No down payments are required, however, half the total estimated amount is due at the half way point of the project. The remaining balance will be due after completion, during the walk through. Receipts for payment in full can be given via email at request.
Do you offer any specials?
Interior painting projects that can be scheduled far out in advance and during the colder months may qualify for special winter discounting. Trying to plan long term? This may be helpful for the right project!
How do I choose the right color?
Choosing the perfect color may sometimes seem unattainable. However, there are methods to help narrow the search. We will be happy to talk with you and supply color swatches, and recommend comparing them to any surrounding colors. From there, sample colors can be purchased and applied for a real life assessment to help make the final selection.
What is the ‘sheen’ of the paint and which should I choose?
The ‘sheen’ of the paint is the amount of reflective shine it puts off; with ‘flat’ being the least and full ‘gloss’ being the greatest. With exterior painting, ‘satin’ is the norm for most houses and HOA requirements. With interior painting, sheen’s may fluctuate depending on where and what is being painted, i.e. a ceiling vs. a door, kitchen vs. bedroom.
How important is it to have two coats of paint?
It is very important, especially on exteriors, to ensure you have received a proper second coat of paint. Achieving a minimal thickness with two coats is more than about color coverage. It also ensures that the sheen of the paint has reached its full potential, giving a more uniform look. Most importantly, the thicker paint adds to the products ability to stand up against Colorado’s high UV exposure and is preferred by the product brand itself to help it meet its full potential.
Interested in our techniques?
Ask one of our team members for a quick demonstration of our professional painting techniques during your project – we’re happy to show anyone who’s interested.