Frequently Asked Questions
When you hire our expert team at Bulldog Painting, we want you to be thrilled with every phase of your painting project.
Below are some of the most common questions we hear. Feel free to browse our answers– if your question isn’t listed please let us know!
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Who uses Bulldog Painting?
Anybody who wants a quality paint job! We work with small and large business owners and complete residential projects of all shapes and sizes.
What is the purpose of paint?
Paint provides a protective layer between your home and the elements, environmental pollutants and the sun. It also allows you to reflect your personality through color in a beautiful way!
How do I know you’re a legitimate company?
Bulldog Painting, LLC is licensed with the State and is fully insured. Companies who cannot provide proof of both licensing and insurance may not be legitimately equipped to complete you project!
Who will paint my home?
Only professional painters from Bulldog Painting, LLC will paint your home. We never sub our work out to other contractors. The owner is on site at all jobs to oversee the work, guaranteeing customer satisfaction!
Can you give me an estimate over the phone?
We cannot give you an estimate over the phone. In order to provide you with the most accurate estimate possible, we need to first see your home or office. When we meet, we will discuss your needs, assess the space, and determine any special factors that will impact our pricing.
How long does it take to complete the average paint job?
The average exterior paint job takes 4-5 days. The average interior paint job can take anywhere from a few days to a month depending on the size and complexity of the job.
Can you paint my aluminum siding or vinyl?
Yes! In order to provide the most durable coverage, we will first need to power wash your home. Ensuring that the vinyl or aluminum siding is clean of environmental residue will ensure premium coverage, durability, and attractiveness.
How do I know what sheen to use?
To pick the correct sheen, you need to think about where the paint will be used. Flat paint is traditionally used on ceilings and walls that stay relatively clean and moisture free. Eggshell is also used on walls and has a slight sheen – it is also the most popular choice among homeowners. Satin or Pearl finishes are typically used on walls in bathrooms or kitchens, where cleaning of the walls is easy. Semi-gloss and Gloss paints are used on trim and doors. In general, the shinier the finish, the easier it is to clean but the harder it is to touch up without it being noticeable.