Complete apartment hallway repainting
Property management companies know they need to partner with a contractor with great communication skills if they want their painting project done correctly, and that’s what this client got with Painters Inc.
This extensive, five-week project included painting hallways in a five-story, 80-apartment complex. Prior to painting, our crew had to remove wallpaper and ensure all surfaces were clear of wallpaper, residual glue and that all scrapes and imperfections were repaired before the paint could be applied. Attention to detail is crucial in extensive projects like this where wallpaper removal is involved, as the many, many areas that need leveling require time to dry and sanding. Furthermore, great care needs to be taken in controlling dust and protecting carpets and light fixtures.
Deerfield HOA interior painting contractor
Respecting the jobsite is highly important, particularly when working in residences, whether it’s a large apartment complex or a single-family home. For this HOA, we were careful to protect the hallway carpets throughout the project, dropping plastic and taping it down.
We also worked as quietly as possible so we didn’t disturb residents. This attention to details like this is what makes us a customer-centric contractor deserving of the respect we’ve earned throughout the years. From small to large HOA projects, we have the skills to manage all types of interior painting challenges from beginning to end.
"I have worked with Painters Inc on a number of projects at my Glencoe home, both inside and out. The quality has been excellent at a fair price. Supervision was top notch, no request was left unanswered and the owner was always accessable. I intent to use them again on new projects."
"Thank you very much for another job well done. The quoting process was honest, fair, and straight forward. The beautiful project was completed on schedule as promised. I especially appreciate the workmanship from all the Painters Inc crew members. I highly recommend Painters Inc to everyone."