PMP prides itself on client satisfaction and that process begins with strong communications from our first meeting through to final walkthrough. We have, over the span of many projects, assembled this document to minimize any gaps in expectations and to provide you with an overview of what PMP considers to be "typical" painting best practices and how we approach our work. Our crews are experienced in their work and care about their reputations. PMP Crew Leads have an average of 18 years' experience in the painting industry and their livelihoods depend on referrals and repeat business. PMP backs their work 100% and is proud to go to work with them every day. There are dozens of ways to "correctly" paint a house and our process may not exactly mirror processes that you may have seen from other contractors. We focus on quality, cleanliness, and attention to detail. That said, painting (and especially spraying, as we typically employ for most projects) is an inherently messy business. We will be masking (covering with paper or plastic barriers), taping, and unmasking various parts of your project throughout and it may seem to be getting messier as time goes on. If the process stresses you out, let us know, we can sometimes slow things down or speed them up to help.
If you have questions, comments, or concerns, never hesitate to speak directly with the Crew Lead on your project or to contact PMP directly. If you think we've missed something, let us know!
Typical interior painting process: