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  • Ways to Have a Good Relationship with Your Painting Contractor

    Get to Know Your Painting Professional

    You’ve chosen a painting contractor to paint your house, so now it’s up to you, your painting contractor and their team to see that the job is done while maintaining a harmonious business relationship. If you have a good relationship with the contractor, they will do their best to give you the best paint job they can offer. The keys to any successful business relationship contain crucial elements that all combine to create satisfaction on both sides: namely, communication, decisiveness, trust,  and respect.

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    Keep the Lines of Communication Open

    Always communicate with your painting contractor if you have any comments, concerns, or questions, and make sure they can feel the same comfort to communicate with you. Make sure the two of you have multiple ways to keep in contact—in person, over the phone, by email.

    Know What You Want

    You are going to be making a lot of decisions with your painting professional—what colors to use, when you want the job done and at what pace, and you have the ultimate say in these decisions. A painting contractor, even a good one, can’t make all the decisions for you. Do your research, ask for advice from friends and family, and demonstrate that you can be easy to work with, making the whole process run more smoothly.

    Don’t Micromanage the Painting Contractor

    Make decisions and stick to them, but don’t stand over the shoulders of the contractor and his workers, critiquing every move they make. No one can work effectively this way, and you need to remember this is a professional you have hired, who knows what they are doing and will do a good job whether you are there watching or not.

    Remember The Golden Rule

    Treat others the way you would like to be treated. This means showing respect, courtesy, appreciation, and friendliness to your painting contractor and his workers. If you are able to set and maintain a positive mood, the whole experience will be positive and you will enjoy the process instead of letting it cause you to feel stress. You may gain valuable insight from your contractor on how to best maintain your paint job, if you show them that you really care about the work they are doing.

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    If you follow these tips, you will have a great relationship with your painting contractor.

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4737 County Road 101 #176
Minnetonka, MN 55345
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