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The Waiting Game: When to Find a Painter

Rachel Williams - Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Much like waiting until you hear that uncomfortable “crunch” to vacuum your living room, or until the night before a big test to study, waiting to paint can create some less-than-pleasant results. What signs of wear and tear should homeowners or property managers look for before hiring a San Diego painting contractor?

 


House Painters Don’t Recommend Waiting to Paint

 

Someone wise once said, “Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can paint today.” (Well, something similar to that anyway.)

Have you been putting off San Diego painting projects and other renovations for fear of costly repairs, unreliable contractors or time-consuming project delays? Whatever your excuse, in nearly all cases it is better to start a project sooner than later.

In other words: Don’t wait to paint.

When is the best time to call your local residential and commercial house painting expert? These seven “Fact Checks” are designed to get you thinking as well as help you determine when your space might need a more professional touch.

 

Fact Check #1: When you examine your property, you can see patches of exposed wood that may require San Diego painting.

 


Fact Check #2: The last painting contractor didn’t properly prepare the surface and your house paint doesn’t seem to be lasting as long as you’d expected.


Fact Check #3: Exterior paint is chipping, peeling or bubbling on the surface.

 


 

Fact Check #4: Your house paint color has significantly faded.

 

Fact Check #5: It’s been over five years since you last hired a professional house painting company and you are not happy with the way the property is looking.


Fact Check #6: The stucco on your property is chipped, cracked or otherwise damaged and you are concerned about further harming your property by waiting to repair it.

 


Fact Check #7: The last San Diego paint color chosen is no longer in  style and your home or business is an eye sore.


 



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