No matter your interior decoration project, chances are that painting will be involved. And while you can certainly tackle the job of painting the finished rooms yourself, why put yourself through all the back-breaking hassle of it?
At Hudson Remodeling Contractors, our skilled workers are trained, and have years of experience working with the finest paints on the market today, including specialty paints. As experts in the industry, we can provide for you all the services and solutions you’ll need for your home and building needs.
The look of your home has an effect on the people who live in it. Whether noticeable or unconscious, your home’s appearance can have an impact on how you live. Just look at home makeover shows and how the families light up when they see their new home. Even if it’s just a fresh coat of paint on your living room, changing things up in your home can change the attitudes and outlook of its occupants, hopefully for the better.
Having your home painted will not only give your home a fresh look; but it can also make it look fresh. If you plan to put your home on the market, most real estate real estate agents will advise you to have you home repainted. Among all home renovation projects out there, putting up a fresh paint on your home can give up to a 100% return of investment. For example, a $1,000 paint job can raise your home’s value by up to $2,000.
Perhaps more important than making your home look pretty, a new layer of paint adds a new layer of protection for your home. Advances in paint technology has now made paints with additional qualities: such as protection against pests, higher resistance against the elements, and even less harmful toxins which may endanger your loved ones.
Having your home or building painted is a big deal. Basically, you’ll be giving your home a makeover. And like any makeover, a poorly executed painting project can make matters even worse for you and your home. Not only that, you’ll be inviting strangers into your home: which can be dangerous.
Of course, you can do away with the professionals and just do it yourself. But let’s face it: do you really have the skills to get the job done right the first time? Remember that not only are you spending a lot of money on this, there is a lot of things that need to be done even before the brush dips into the can; and even more so after that. Are you really willing to put you and your family through such a hassle?
Fortunately, it’s now easier for you to look up and find a good painting and home improvement contractor. What’s crucial here is knowing what you need to do and how to do it. Here are a few tips to finding a good contractor, and incidentally, why we at Hudson Remodeling Contractors are the one you’re looking for.
Before you start with your home painting project, having something in mind about what you want done. Which parts of the house do you want painted? What kind of paint do you want? What color? How many coats? All of these are things that need to be considered both by you and your painter to have the job done correctly.
These questions can be overwhelming, especially for a novice. We at Hudson Remodeling can help you decide what you want and what is best for your home, with our expert consultants guiding you with a project plan and estimate. And all of these things you can get from us for free!
In the past, this will need a lot of legwork on your part. Fortunately, we can just look up and find just about everything on the web. Make a short list of about three contractors that look good to you. The things you should consider when choosing your prospects should be their past projects; client and customer reviews; and good old word of mouth.
In our seven years as a company, we at Hudson Remodeling have earned a reputation in our community and clients as a professional contractor with high standards of service delivery and project quality. The reviews we get from our several customers and partners in various media platforms show the satisfaction they get from our people who consistently work hard to give our patrons the excellence they deserve.
Have your chosen contractor write up a project contract detaining the terms of their service you’ll be getting; their company information such as business name, address, and business permit. You’ll also do well to make sure they have insurance both for their workers and your project with them. If their people end up getting involved in an accident while they’re working for you, you may end up becoming liable. And if something goes wrong with their services, at least you have something with you to make them answer for what happened.
Everything will be above board and transparent if you choose us at Hudson Remodeling as your contractor. We take pride for being a company who has complied with all government requirements from licenses, to accreditations, to insurance. We make no reservations about the safety and quality of our work, both for you and your family and our own.
Remember, you’re the boss. Whether you understand what’s going on or not, make it a point to be there the whole time your contractor is doing the job. This will be a chance for you to get acquainted with your home and learn something new. At the very least, your presence will remind the workers not to slack off. You contractor may have some suggestions in mind and try to convince you of some things: and that’s all fine and good. Just don’t forget that you should be the final word in whatever it is that they’re doing to your home.
The whole time we’re on the job, our engineers, project supervisors, and foremen will be there to oversee the progress. On top of that, our workers are hardworking people who will always do their best to provide you with high quality service. They’ll be more than willing to communicate and coordinate your project’s progress and whatever developments may arise. All of these is for the sake of giving you the peace of mind that in choosing Hudson Remodeling, you chose the best.