Rodriguez Painting
Greenville, South Carolina

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Greenville Painter

Dont look any further for an efficient Greenville Painter. We're here.


We are accredited by the Better Business Bureau. We are accredited by EPA as a Lead Renovator company. We are licensed and we carry worker's compensation insurance and liability insurance as well. We are a non smoking and drug free company. We specialize in exterior preparation and painting, as well as interior painting, popcorn and brocade texturing, and minor drywall work. All of our employees have a clean background.

Licenses / Credentials :

• State licensed with LLR
• Licensed as a Lead Renovator with EPA
Services Offered
Exterior/interior painting
Window and door replacement

How to Hire a Greenville Painter

If you’re like a lot of homeowners you enjoy doing projects around the house but if your home is very large or higher than one story, painting can be a bit daunting especially where heights are involved. Hiring a professional painter to take on the project is probably an easier solution particularly when dealing with ladders and high places. A Greenville painter will have all the right equipment and can get the job done quickly.

The purpose of painting your home is to improve its appearance and protect your investment but if the work is unprofessional or the products inferior your job won’t be successful. Anyone can claim to be a painter, but painting takes a certain amount of detailed skill so when you decide to hire someone for the job you need to become an informed consumer. It doesn’t matter if you want just one room painted or your entire home, you should make sure you’re getting a knowledgeable painter for the job.

Where to Locate a Professional Greenville Painter

When you make the decision to hire a Greenville painter there are a number of places you can start. Check with your local paint store or home building center. Many of these stores will have bulletin boards where painters and other contractors can post their business cards. Do a search online for a directory of qualified local Greenville painters. Usually only professionals will take the time involved for the certification process.

Find out if anyone you know has ever hired a painter in the past. Possibly they can show you the work that was done and let you know if they were pleased with the job or if they have any complaints. If the Greenville painter did a good job, it could be an excellent way to get a recommendation.

Interviewing a Greenville Painter

Hiring a Greenville painter based solely on his estimate is not usually a good idea. Spend some time talking about your project with each painter you consider hiring before you ask for an estimate. Choose a few painters to come to your home and look over the project. Start by asking each one some questions concerning their past experience and knowledge in the field. Find out if they have subcontracted with any homebuilders or other local contractors or companies. This is usually a good indication that they provide quality work.

Request proof of current state license and insurance policies from each Greenville painter. A Greenville painter should carry liability insurance that protects the homeowner in the event of damage. Also verify that they carry workers compensation insurance for any employees. If someone gets hurt while on the job, you don’t want to be held responsible for some hefty medical bills. Make certain the painter is also bonded. If he should leave you with some unfinished work you then have recourse for getting the job completed.

Obviously you should ask the Greenville painter for references and check them out but don’t just depend on references to help you make your final decision. References can certainly be helpful but keep in mind that if there are any unhappy customers, you’re not going to get their contact information. Check with the local Better Business Bureau to see if there are any complaints on file. Ask what they were and if they were resolved. Complaints can happen to the best of businesses but how they are handled is what’s important.

It’s time to get some estimates once you have a few painters in mind. If you don’t plan ahead, this could be confusing since every Greenville painter has his own method of handling a job, from the paint he prefers to use to the final cleanup. There might also be different methods used in preparation work. One painter may only use a pressure washer for exterior preparation while another might painstakingly scrape and sand the entire surface. These differences can greatly impact the figures on the bids you receive. You should supply each Greenville painter with a list of what you would like included in their bid. This way when you look at the bids they should all be uniform in the scope and details of the project which will make them much easier to compare.

Getting a Contract from a Greenville Painter

After you’ve located the Greenville painter that you believe is the one you want for your project it’s time to talk about a contract. A contract should include a detailed outline of the job stating exactly what work is to be done, how it will be done and the paint that will be used along with the cost of materials and labor and an agreed upon payment schedule. It should also include all the painter’s contact information as well as his contractor’s license number. He should also attach copies of any necessary insurance policies. You’ll also want a date for completion of the job.

Ask about a guarantee if there should be a problem with the paint such as chipping peeling, chalking or excessive fading within the first couple of years. Get it in writing that the painter agrees to fix the problem at little or no expense to you. While the paint itself may come with an extensive warranty, it will not include the labor cost of having the job redone.

You want to hire a painter you can rely on. He may be working when you’re not around and it’s difficult to keep an eye on what he’s doing. Once the final coat is on you wont be able to determine if the surface was properly prepared or primed or how many coats of paint were actually applied. Your choice of a qualified Greenville painter is just as essential as choosing any contractor to work on your home and you should take the time to hire the best.
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Very, very impressed. Did what he said, arrived on time, added work with a reasonable change order.
Jim P. - Greenville
They came in to complete a job another painting crew didn't show up to complete. They were very friendly, punctual, and polite. Great job!
Amber H. - Mauldin
Jose did an amazing job for us. His prices were reasonable and he and his crew worked very diligently to paint our home in the short period before we moved in. They were at our home before 5 a.m. on some mornings and worked through until the evening. We were very pleased and have already recommended both Rodriguez Painting and this site to others. We couldn't be happier! Keep up the great work!
Lisa C. - Easley
Rodriguez Painting  -  9 Ridgeside Court  -  Greenville , SC 29617  -  864-214-0507