How long have they been in business? Do you have the proper/required licenses? (This varies by state, and some states may not require licensing.) Do you have insurance and bonding? (This helps determine whether your contractor and any hired workers are insured for injury and liability.) Are you a member of any national or local painting contractors’ associations? Do you subcontract your work or perform...
Surfaces are cleaned, all caulking is checked during painting and replaced as needed. All areas are properly scraped and primed prior to the application of the finish coat(s) of paint being applied.
Absolutely. We’ll provide all leftover paint for touch-ups and remove and properly dispose of all old paint.
There are many reasons to hire a professional to paint your residence or commercial building. A professional painting contractor will ensure all code is met including regulations on lead based paints and identifying potential structure flaws or damage that could harm your family or tenants.
A professional, seasoned painting contractor like Herlache & Sons Painting, Inc. will not cut corners… taking great care to prep surfaces, apply primers, coatings and sealants following optimal standard. Proper equipment will be used specific to the application and surfaces involved as well as ventilation of toxic fumes. Herlache & Sons uses only the best equipment in the industry and takes great pride in our workmanship.
Take advantage of our decades of experience in residential and commercial painting. Our high attention to detail and pride in workmanship shine through in each and every job we’ve done. Contact us today for an estimate and we’ll be honored to take on your next project.
High quality paint generally covers better than less expensive paints – so less is needed. And less time is needed to apply it. High quality paint lasts longer, in some cases two to three times longer.
EPA’s 2008 Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Rule (as amended in 2010 and 2011), aims to protect the public from lead-based paint hazards associated with renovation, repair and painting activities. These activities can create hazardous lead dust when surfaces with lead paint, even from many decades ago, are disturbed. The rule requires workers to be certified and trained in the use of lead-safe work practices, and requires renovation, repair, and painting firms to be EPA-certified. These requirements became fully effective April 22, 2010.