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Our competitors get reviews we never get! St Louis Painting

In Uncategorized on February 2, 2011 at 4:50 PM

Fortunately St Louis House Painting never has gotten comments like the following from our customers!

If you use this company, make sure to verify all materials to be used and all the specifics.  Make no assumptions.

They never contacted me back.

Used a flat paint instead of stain, didn’t prime bare wood, missed a lot of place

One year later most of the paint was coming off one deck and the other needed touch up

I didn’t have any major complaints with them.

They did not do a good job of preparation and painted over mildew.

 

I was surprised at what a slap-dash job I got. There was very little surface preparation, besides caulking in some areas, even though cleaning dirt and sanding were on my contract. Plaster repair under my eaves was very sloppy. The paint application was quite uneven — there were innumerable areas the paint didn’t cover well or was missed altogether. The owner indicated that this had to do with the fact that I was using a slightly darker color than what was on the house, but it seemed like sheer carelessness to me. The workers were a rather sullen group, and seems to take little pride in what they were doing. They were somewhat rude when I approached them about the concerns I had – for example, painting right over old problems such as paint bubbling or rotting wood. In the end (after finishing the house in only two and a half days), they left me with empty paint cans, used rollers and soda containers to throw out — quite telling of their level of professionalism. Overall, the paint job is basically fine if you don’t look too closely, but I’m worried about how long it will last.

They were too busy to work me in their schedule.

The final price was higher than the estimate.

They charge me travel charges!

 

St Louis House Painting is the right choice for your interior and exterior painting projects!

 

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