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Here at Sinnott Painting, we understand too well how frustrating it can be to research a qualified painting contractor. The following is a list of some of the expectations that you should have and that we provide solutions for.
Commercial and Residential Services
We provide a wide assortment of services designed to suit your every need. Whether you’re looking to fix up an old home, or searching for an entirely different feel to your recently bought condo, we specialize in taking all of the stress and hassle from your busy schedules.

Services we provide include:

  • Aluminum/Vinyl Siding Restoration
  • Apartment/Condos
  • Brush/Roller/Spray
  • Churches/Synagogues/Historical Restorations
  • Deck Maintenance
  • Faux Finishes
  • Free Estimates
  • Fully Insured
    • Interior/Exterior
    • New and Existing Properties
    • Power/Pressure Washing
    • Residential/Commercial/Industrial/Institutional
    • Spray Textured Ceilings
    • Staining Trim Work
    • Wall Covering Removal and Installation
    • All Work Guaranteed!

    Remember, when you sign up for our services, you can rest assured that we will provide nothing but quality service, quality products and quality workmanship.

    For our interior work, you should expect:

    • Your furniture, floors and carpets should be protected from start to finish by drop cloths or plastic polyethylene sheets.
    • All wood surfaces to be painted should be thoroughly washed with a mild detergent to remove all dirt and grease plus any mildew that has accumulated over the years.
    • Cracks in woodwork should be filled, sanded smooth and primed.
    • Any loose paint should be repaired with spackle or drywall compound. Drywall meshtape should then be applied where necessary and all repaired surfaces should be sanded smooth and primed.
    • Glossy surfaces should be dulled by sanding or undercoating to ensure proper paint adhesion.
    • Only quality materials should be used. Quality materials give the best results and LAST LONGER.

    For our exterior work, you should expect:

    • All areas around your home, including your shrubs and landscaping, should be protected from start to finish by drop cloths or plastic poly.
    • All surfaces to be painted should be thoroughly pressure washed to remove dirt, mildew and loose paint flakes. This step also helps new paint adhere to the existing surface.
    • Any loose caulking should be removed and recaulked. Any open gaps should be filled with new caulking.
    • All areas of loose paint should be scraped and a sealing primer should be applied to all bare wood areas to ensure proper adhesion of the new paint. This step also prevents future peeling in those areas.
    • Loose nails should be re-set and re-puttied as needed.
    • Only quality materials should be used.
    • The work should be done in a neat and professional manner by skilled craftsmen who are polite and friendly.
    • All paint should be removed from windows and the entire area should be clean and tidy when the work is completed.

    1. Before you look...

    Before you look for a painting and wall-covering contractor, carefully think through your project. Write down exactly what work you want done; this becomes a check list for the contractor. Decide the colors and sheen of paint you want and insist on top-quality paint being used. Note on paper all special concerns you have, such as a piece of antique furniture being handled delicately, so these concerns can be discussed with the contractor.

    Select the wall-covering pattern you wish to have installed, so the contractor can accurately estimate the number of rolls needed. (A drop match pattern requires considerably more wall-covering to do a room than a straight-across match pattern requires.)

    You may have to wait 30 days or more for a professional contractor to start your work. Anticipate that professional contractors will have to schedule your job in with work for other customers; plan accordingly.

    2. When selecting a contractor...

    When selecting a contractor, ask for referrals from neighbors and friends, paint store managers, or local business people.

    Solicit at least two or three bids; do not automatically accept the lowest. Make sure all bids are based on the same plans and specifications: what is to be painted, surface preparations, number of coats and quality of paint, specific wall-covering pattern, etc.

    Ask each contractor for local references and call these to see if they were satisfied with their contractor’s work. Was the work performed as specified? Did the contractor complete the work in a timely manner? Were the premises left free of job debris at the conclusion of the work? Inspect the work if possible.

    Ask each contractor for copies of their certificates of insurance or the name of their insurance carrier and agency to verify coverage. The contractor must be insured against claims covering workers’ compensation, property damage and personal liability in case of accidents. If licensing and/or bonding are required in your area, ask to see a copy of the document.

    3. Before you sign...

    Before you sign a contract, know that the contract protects both you and the contractor by putting all agreements in writing. Get all oral promises in writing and spell out exactly what the contractor will do. If you intend to do some of the work yourself or hire another contractor to do it, write this into the contract as well.

    Never sign a blank or partially blank contract. Both you and the contractor are bound by everything set down in the contract; so read it carefully before you sign. If you have any questions or do not understand something, ask before you sign. Get a copy of the contract as soon as you sign it and keep this for your records.

    Be sure the financial terms of the contract are clear. The contract should include the total price, when payments will be made and how you may cancel the work.
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