Commercial Painting Contractors serving New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts
Pit Bull Painting works directly with Facility Managers, Property Managers, Engineers, General Managers and Contracting Managers to ensure that the highest quality products are used in order to satisfy owners and trustees. We work with several cities, towns and municipalities meeting the town's own specifications and guidelines prior to the start of any job. Pit Bull Painting has been working with commercial properties for the past eight years managing projects from beginning to end. Pit Bull Painting is very responsive and communicates with the property occupants and management personnel.
General Contractors like to hire us because we do more than just paint. We have experienced carpenters on staff. This means less scheduling headaches for the GC. If there is some sheet rock to install, finish trim moldings to put in, fixtures to hang or other various finishing touches that is often involved with a home renovation project, we are glad to take care of those loose ends to finish the project sooner.
With a several crews, Pitbull Painting has the flexibility to accommodate deadlines and perform after hours work when necessary. A business cannot afford to lose a single day, or be inconvenienced by painting contractors working around them during the day. We are happy to provide this service at no additional cost.
Businesses in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts need to make a profit, and often have a set budget for maintenance. As commercial painting contractors, and a business ourselves, we understand this. That's why our policy is "the price quoted is the price you pay." For a typical commercial painting project, we require no deposit down and payment within 30 days. Our pricing for commercial painting projects is competitive and affordable.
No two projects are exactly alike, so we approach each project individually. We usually bring a materials specialist on-site during our initial consultation to evaluate needs and help make recommendations. Initial meetings and project proposals are provided free of charge. All written proposals itemize the recommended services and fees. Quality and safety are the bottom line.