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There is a time and a place to save money, and, no, the time isn’t “always,” and the place isn’t “everywhere.” As a successful commercial property owner or investor, it is important that you know where to spend a little more to save a lot – and how to still keep the price in your comfort zone.

Hiring the Right Apartment Painting Contractor the First Time


If you have a 100-unit apartment building’s interior or exterior to paint in order to begin renting out units and see a return on your investment, then you are more than aware that even $50 saved on each unit is a $5,000 difference in cost. While the incentive may be there to take a cut-rate bid on your apartment painting job, here is why you should be skeptical – and ready to turn away – a cut-rate bid:

Think it Through

As you begin your bidding process for your units, you’ll receive a wide array of bid prices. Some will cost more per unit, but will likely offer you some security, assurances, and the timeline safety that comes from working with an experienced crew; others, however, will offer you a lower cost, but plenty of unanswered questions, as well.

So, think it through: If one local painting company comes to you with an experienced crew of bonded and insured painters that can knock out 2 to 3 units per day, while another crew offers half the rate, no information on the painters, and a broad guess on the timeline – what are you really getting for your money?

Importance of Protection

If a painting contractor is promising you  a job for half or a third as much as a reputable local painter, you don’t even have to ask to know that they’ll be getting their labor from low quality and undependable uninsured workers; which basically means their paint crew isn’t even their paint crew, but just some folks they hired out for this job. Unless the worker is on the company payroll, you are not protected so if something goes wrong, the apartments will be held liable. So, now you have a painting company with uninsured, likely for cash, minimum wage (or less) workers that may or may not be authorized to even work in the United States climbing ladders and doing manual labor in your apartments.

See the problem here?

If one or more of these unknown workers break something, hurt themselves, or do a crummy job, then you’re on the hook for all of those costs. By partnering instead with a reputable, insured commercial painting company, you are protected from liability, backed by a guarantee and warranty.


Very. To put it plainly: If you hire out your commercial painting based upon price alone, then you can safely bet on the fact that you’re basically employing an unfamiliar, unknown workforce that – simply by stepping foot onto the property – is putting your entire operation at risk. Think about it this way: You won’t let just anyone pay you to live in these apartments once finished, so why would you allow just anyone to take your money and work on them? There’s no logic there!

So, don’t be fooled by a smooth salesmen or local painting company owner; always ask for a bonding number, proof of insurance information, and specific details regarding who they’re proposing to do the work, how they vetted them, and if they’re a legally employed worker. Anyone that can’t, or won’t, provide this information immediately should be a firm no – regardless of their bid price.


On the other hand our team is subject to our strict, unique hiring and employment standards. Plus, our team is backed by over 35 years of commercial painting experience, with most of our painters having been with us far longer than the industry standard. Our team is consistent, friendly, and skilled. We understand that protecting your investment is important to you, which is why we go the extra mile to keep your job safe, on budget, and on time – every time.

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