1. STICK TO OUR SCHEDULE
2. DO THE BEST WORK
3. PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY WITH TAPE AND DROP CLOTHS
4. KEEP YOU INFORMED WITH CONDITIONS ON THE JOB
5. USE COURTESY AND CONCERN ALWAYS
6. MOVE YOUR FURNITURE AND WINDOW COVERINGS CAREFULLY AND PUT THEM BACK
3 years: 100% Labor and Materials*
Our warranty is backed by 40 uninterrupted years of service to Dane County and surrounding areas.
Our warranty covers labor and materials for a period of three years.
If coating failure appears, we will supply labor and materials to correct the condition without cost.
This warranty excludes that Thrift Painting, Inc., cannot be responsible for the damages caused by
accident, abuse, water damage, ice damage, temperature changes, settling or movement cracks,
structural defects, peeling of prior layers of paint, moisture content of the substrate. Cracks are
properly prepared at the time of the job, but cannot be covered under this warranty. Decks, floors,
and exterior up facing surfaces that are painted or stained are under warranty for 1 year.
* Only coatings supplied by Thrift Painting, Inc., are under warranty.
The Thrift Painting Promise To Our Customers
Quality Painting Services For Over 45 Years!
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Professional Versatile Reliable
Commercial and Residential
For More than 40 Years, Thrift Painting has provided
consistent and professional painting services of the
highest quality to customers throughout Dane County.
You can rely on our experience as paint professionals
to ensure long-term quality with any type of painting
project you may have. Whether applying a fresh coat of
paint in hard-to-reach places or preparing difficult
surfaces to get them perfect for painting, we know
surfaces to get them perfect for painting, we know
what it takes to provide the highest quality and ensure
the longest lasting finishes. We are specialists in
applying paint and coatings to all types of interior and
We are experts at dealing with all
types of commercial settings in
addition to all residential
situations. We have time-tested
Customer Service Specialists Since 1971
Our thirty eight years of
experience have bred
the skill and confidence
that allows us to provide
the highest level of
We know that unless
our customers are
satisfied, our business
You have our word that
we will be attentive to
every detail to ensure
you get the results you
We are experts in the following areas;
Extra clean work areas
No-Odor Paint Upon Request
100% Guaranteed Satisfaction
|Exterior Interior Decks Drywall Repair
Wallpapering Window Glazing Power Washing
Aluminum and Vinyl Siding Painting
|The Importance of Hiring an Insured Painting Contractor
We cannot stress the importance of hiring insured contractors enough. The risk of injury in construction and renovation work is much
higher than the rest of the service based industry. Risk exposure doesn't stop at personal injury either. It extends to property damage as
There are 2 principal kinds of insurance policies that the contractor you're considering hiring should have in place:
-This covers the contractor in the event of any damage to property or a person while carrying out their contract. This is similar
to the liability portion of your automobile insurance. These range in values, and a generally accepted "good" amount to have
is $2 million or higher.
This covers the contractor's employees in the event that any one of them might sustain an injury while on the job. We live in a
developed country where we have many systems in place to ensure that no person is left in a financially precarious position after
being injured at work. Should a trade worker find themselves unable to work for sometime after being injured on the job, they
can receive Worker's Compensation money to help them until they are able to return to work.
Given that there are costs associated with having insurance, many contractors don't bother with purchasing Liability or Worker's
Compensation coverage. The common reasons for this are a lack of understanding of the construction business and its insurance
requirements. More frequently it's the desire to want to be more competitive by reducing costs. Worker's Compensation insurance can
run into the thousands of dollars depending on the size of the contractor's operations.
The risk to the consumer of hiring an uninsured contractor:
If your property was to be damaged or someone on your property was to be injured as a result of the work being done, you may
get left footing the bill. If one of the contractor's employees was to be injured while working on your job you may get left footing
their expenses while they are unable to work! This can end up being very expensive. When you consider the financial risks as a
customer, it really isn't worth hiring a contractor who is 10-15% cheaper if it means you could be left on the hook for thousands
of dollars of bills in the event that something went wrong.
What to ask for:
Ask the contractor you're considering for a Certificate of Insurance. This will tell you what types and limits each contractor has.
These are easy to provide. The contractor just needs to call their insurance agent and they can mail or email you a copy without