Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to frequently asked questions about our services below.
Are Estimates Free?
Is Kevin Copley Painting licensed and bonded?
➢ Yes. We have been licensed in the State of California since 1983 and also carry required workers compensation and general liability insurance.
Is there a supervisor on the jobsite at all times?
➢ Yes. There is always a supervisor on the jobsite at all times.
Are you RRP certified which is required by the EPA?
➢ Yes. EPA's Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule (RRP Rule) requires that firms performing renovation, repair, and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities and pre-schools built before 1978 have their firm certified by EPA. Be sure that when you are selecting a painting contractor that they are in compliance.
Which paint brands does Kevin Copley Painting use?
Do you supply a detailed painting proposal?
Do you protect the homeowner’s property when painting?
➢ Yes. Our crew will ensure that your home or office is protected from any excess paint, dirt or debris by covering all areas with plastic, drop cloths, masking paper and painter's tape. We encourage customers to view the completed interior and exterior house painting preparation work before any paint is applied.
How many painters will be on the jobsite?
I am ready to have my property painted by Kevin Copley Painting. What is the next step?
Do you provide touch up paint after you have completed the job?
Do you apply test paint samples on my home or office building?
➢ No. Painting a test sample on a wall will show through the final paint application when looking at it from a 45 degree angle, therefore we prefer to use (8.5 x 11) brush-out sample boards which you can place in different areas of your home or office building without actually applying paint to wall surfaces.
What kind of surface preparation is done?
➢ All surfaces are thouroughly cleaned. All caulking is inspected and replaced as needed. All areas are properly scraped and primed prior to the application of the finish coats.