Job Start, Process and Close
All areas that could be affected by overspray will be covered up by masking paper or poly. We ask that you move all smaller fragile items (pictures, china, etc) to ensure their safety. Our team will move all heavy cumbersome items (chairs, tables, desks, etc) into the middle of the room, and covered them with poly. For exterior jobs, we won’t spray if the weather conditions are too windy or if rain is approaching.
We make sure you come into your transformed space with a smile on your face, not a cleanup job to do. Even if a project takes multiple days to complete, we will clean everything we can before leaving each day, and do a full clean up when the job is done.
During your on-site estimate, our estimator will be able to assess if pressure washing is necessary prior to painting. The purpose of pressure washing is to ensure any unwanted debris (dust, dirt, grime, mould, mildew, etc) is removed from the surface.
This is where we show our true colours! After diligently taking the time to cover up your items so nothing gets damaged, we start working our magic. In most cases, two coats is all it takes to ensure the project is done to perfection, though a third coat is required in certain situations.
We conduct a preliminary consultation on the phone to collect a little information from you on the job and your overall goals to make sure we are good fit and that an estimate can be scheduled.
Request a Quote
The first step in beginning your journey is to contact us. You can do so though this very website you are reading this on. You can also call us directly at 204-819-0407 as well as by email by messaging email@example.com
Save the Date
We will schedule an appointment and email you a confirmation of the date and time.
Communication and Planning
Leading up to the job we will make sure to be in touch if we are running ahead or behind schedule. We will discuss colours, pressure washing, carpentry and stucco repair if that is part of the scope and to be done prior to the job actually starting.