Many people really only consider the aesthetic appeal of new paint. But really, paint is your home or businesses most important line of defense against the elements. You can always find fly by night painters who will give you a seemingly great deal for a paint job. Unfortunately many home owners find out usually in less than a year that this deal is going to cost them much more in the end as they now need to repaint.
The Brush Prairie, Washington climate demands proper preparation and application for a paint job to be truly lasting. Our customers do not always find that we offer the lowest bid for the job. But, when you consider the true quality of application and service you receive with A.P.E. you'll fully understand the great value and savings you end up with.
We don't cut corners when it comes to priming and preparation. You have to be careful because some contractors mix their primer and paint half and half (some will just use paint and call it primer) This can have disastrous effects and cause the paint to fail well before it's time. This is just one of the ways some contractors can offer you such a seemingly good deal but there are many more ways that painting contractors can cut corners all at the expense of the home owner.
We offer some of the best warranties in the industry because when you apply paint correctly it can last for more than 30 years. Some contractors may offer you some sort of warranty but how trustworthy is the warranty from a fly by night company? With over 23 years of experience and an outstanding track record of satisfied customers our warranties have real meaning.
Contact an A.P.E. Painting representative to discover the lasting quality of difference.
A.P.E. begins by being loyal to our customers by performing the work exactly as we perform it on our own homes. We take the time to listen to our customersâ€™ needs and wants. We further completely follow through with all of the work we have stipulated in the estimate. No cutting corners, no surface work. Most of the time we donâ€™t even require a down payment or deposit. We get paid when you are fully satisfied with our work. Isnâ€™t that the way it should be?