Frequently Asked Questions
1. How long have you been in business?
We started our company in 2001.
2. Is All Pro Painting Licensed, Bonded and insured?
Yes, Our Washington State Contractors License Number is ALLPRPP943CB. Our insurance includes $1,000,000 general liability insurance and worker’s compensation policies. We are bonded in accordance with Washington State contractor requirements. Always done business with licensed contractors and protect yourself from the many risks associated with unregistered contractors. Contractor registration can be verified online at: https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/bbip/
3. Do you warrant your work?
Yes, our standard exterior warranty is 3 years on all labor and materials. We even follow-up with you when your warranty is about to expire.
4. Who does your work?
We only use our own employees, no subcontractors. There is no way to guarantee quality work when you use another company's painters.
5. Do you have references?
We have an extensive list of references which our gladly provided upon request.
6. What areas of King County do you paint in?
We service Seattle, Bellevue and the surrounding areas. This areas include Mercer Island, Redmond, Woodinville, Kirkland, Sammamish, Issaquah, Medina, Clyde Hill, Hunts Point, Madison Park, Capitol Hill, Mount Baker, Madrona, Laurelhurst, Windermere, Magnolia, Queen Anne, West Seattle, Sand Point, Ravenna, & Greenwood.
7. What kind of paint do you use?
For most of our paint jobs we use premium quality paints from Benjamin Moore, Sherwin-Williams and Rodda. We also use designer paints such as Devine, Pratt & Lambert, C2 and Ralph Lauren.
8. Our last contractor would work for a few days, leave for a few days, always starting and stopping. Will you stay on the job once you begin?
Yes we will. Many companies struggle with scheduling, but since we have many crews, one crew will be dedicated to your job from start to finish.
9. How can I make sure my paint job lasts?
Proper and extensive prep work is key to a lasting paint job. Equally important is selecting high quality paint. Although it will cost more in the beginning, you will save money in extra years of durability. Here are some other things the homeowner can do to lengthen the performance of the paint job:
• Make sure that gutters and downspouts are installed properly and draining effectively.
• Wash the dirt off your house periodically to minimize problems caused by dirt, grime, and mildew.
• Choose a higher gloss when you can to lengthen the duration of the paint.
• Make sure that your home is well ventilated. Humid rooms (such as bathrooms and kitchens) that are not properly ventilated will cause moisture to be drawn through the walls and damage the paint from the inside out.
10. Do you accept small jobs?
Yes, no job is too small.