How long have you been in business?
Veeto Painting has been serving families and businesses in Orange County for twelve years. In that time we have successfully completely hundreds of individual projects for our happy customers.
Are you licensed, bonded and insured?
Yes. We are all of the above. California license # 1015355
Will you help me with paint colors?
Yes, we can help you choose the colors which will best suit your home or business. This comes as part of the color consultation we offer each of our clients. We can also recommend a visit to any local Dunn Edwards paint store - their color advisor specialists provide excellent advice.
What paint brands do you use?
We almost exclusively use Dunn Edwards paint for our residential and commercial projects. We can, however, source paints from any of the other leading paint manufacturers such as Vista, Behr, Sherin Williams, Benjamin Moore, and others.
Are you available to work on large commercial projects?
We typically manage a number of different commercial projects at different points during the year. Please contact us for a quote based on your current commercial requirements.
Do you accept credit cards?
Unfortunately we don't accept credit cards as a method of payment. But we do accept personal or business checks made payable to Veeto Painting.
Do you ask for any down payment before work commences?
We require a down payment of 10% of the total cost of the project, with the maximum advance payment required being no more than $1,000. This is standard business practice for painting service companies throughout North America.
Do you use sub-contractors?
All of our work is handled by our in-house painting team, ensuring that every project we complete is to our high standards. If the project does require a specialist, such as a welder, we will inform you of this in advance. All external specialists are covered by our compensation and Worker's Compensation insurance.
How long will my project take to complete?
The estimate time for completion of each project is included in your written proposal. We do everything we can to ensure that all work is completed in a timely manner. You will receive regular updates as to the status of your painting, or remodeling project.
How many painters will work on my project?
This all depends on the scope of the project, which is covered in your proposal. We review each project individually, tailoring the size of our painting crew to provide you with the fastest possible results, with the minimum disruption to your home or business life.
Do you provide an onsite foreman, or project manager?
Each project has its own project manager and foreman, both of whom are your primary points of contact.
Where will you store your painting materials?
We supply a storage container to securely store all of our supplies when they're not in use. You can decide where this container is placed on your property.
How messy is the painting process?
The painting process may be messy for our painters, but never for your home or business. All furniture and exposed surfaces are taped off and covered, fully protecting them from dust and paint splashes. When we're done your property will be as clean as you left it, but with a completely revitalized look.
Do you offer a warranty on your work?
Our warranty covers the labor on the project, and you're also covered by the warranty offered by the paint product manufacturer. Please ask us for more information on the specifics of what our warranty covers.
What are VOCs?
This is an acronym for Volatile Organic Compounds, which are still used in some commercial paints. This means that the paint you're using inside your home or business could contain harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, ammonia, or ethylene glycol. Some of these chemicals can emit gasses for several years, with the potential to cause serious health problems.
Why shouldn't I just choose the cheapest painting company I can find?
This is probably the question we get asked most often by potential clients, and we can understand why they ask it. From experience we can tell you that hiring the lowest bidder will also result in a very poor standard of work. We've lost count of how many "cheap painting jobs" we've been hired to fix. Why pay for something twice when we can do a great job for you first time around?