Since 2016, but Sam has worked in the painting industry for more than 20 years.
Yes, we also offer carpentry services, including trim replacement; custom shelving and cabinetry; drywall installation and finishing; and all flooring types, excluding carpet.
Absolutely. That happens all the time. Typically, we work a standard 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. schedule, so most people are working when we are working. Homeowners do not have to be present, but they are welcome to be.
Sam the Painter can provide as many references as you’d like. We typically provide three references upon request.
Yes, we can provide those.
Yes, a five-year painting warranty — three years above industry standards.
No. Our first two estimates are free.
We suggest you go to a local retail painting store, where there are hundreds of options to choose from and color specialists to help you. Sherwin-Williams also offers a free online color service. Of course, we are always willing to give suggestions.
Interior painting can be completed at any time. With exterior painting, you typically have a nine-month window in central Ohio from March to November. Exterior painting is always dependent on temperatures. It is OK to paint as long as it’s above 45 degrees.
Every project is individualized and specific to itself. Sam will come to your home and look at it personally to determine the work that needs to be performed and the pricing.
Typically, that is project-specific depending on the weather for exterior painting and the scope of work. Upon sending a quote, we will give you an estimated time of completion. Average exterior painting work typically takes three to six days. Depending on the size of the job, work could take one day to one month.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays
Every job starts off with prepping and masking all work areas, which will cover personal belongings.
You ask the painting contractor to see their license to contract work, their proof of insurance COI (certificate of insurance) and GC (General Contactor) registration card. Local painting contractors only need to be insured and are not required to carry a general contractor license — although Sam the Painter does.