Jobs completed by Brush Strokes Painting And Maintenance Service (3)
Jobs completed (3)
Billy hired Brush Strokes Painting And Maintenance ServiceVerifiedApr 23, 2020Job Type: CarpenterLocation: Gwynneville, NSWJob Description: A deck / pergola constructedBilly's review
Prompt , informative , honest , value , workable time frame , friendlyLast edited May 6, 2020
Dianne hired Brush Strokes Painting And Maintenance ServiceVerifiedApr 22, 2020Job Type: HandymanLocation: Wollongong, NSWWhen: As soon as possible, Area to be painted: Interior painting, Paint supplied: Yes, Interior areas to be painted: bedroom, Size of job: Number of rooms: 1, Number of walls: 3, Condition of area: Painted, Size of job: Fresh painting jobDianne's review
Jason did an excellent job, worked very hard and his work is impeccable. Jason went above & beyond to assist us. I would highly recommend Jason to anyone DianneLast edited May 8, 2020
Wanda hired Brush Strokes Painting And Maintenance ServiceVerifiedJun 22, 2019Job Type: PainterLocation: Mount Keira, NSWArea to be painted: Both interior and exterior painting, Size of job: Surface(s) restoration, Fresh painting job, Interior rooms to be painted: Bathroom(s), Kitchen(s), Ceiling(s), Interior walls, Exteriour areas to be painted: Building exterior walls, Window frames, Decking, Size of job: Number of exterior walls: 6, Number of walls: 20, Number of rooms: 8, Paint supplied: No, Condition of area: Painted, Brick surface, Part of a renovation, When: Any time that works
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why should a customer hire you over another service provider?
Have lots of experience in all areas of works very knowledgeable on the know how, and have and only use quality tradesmen on my job sites. If there standards are not up to my standards there is no position in my team for them.
Any transformation is a good transformation.
What experience, skills, qualifications or training do you have to make you the right person for the job?
I have worked along side many of trades and asked lots of questions as to the know how. By practising on my own property to get perfection. To bring that to my customers.
Is there a particular aspect of your trade or industry that you specialise in?
Tilt panels. Concrete buildings, strata, homes, offices, hotels, pubs and clubs, schools, pre schools, corporate buildings. All inside and outside works.
How do you normally charge for your service?
There is a few ways this can be done, via invoice from a quote, day rate per person + materials, or hourly rate.
What makes your pricing competitive?
Having the best of tradesmen on site and willing to work. Staying with the going rate trying to be competitive ibn the best possibly way. Offering discounts where applicable.
Are there any special offers you would like to offer to Oneflare customers?
5% Discount on any written quote. Conditions apply.
More discounts for the month of July, paint now pay later options.
How can a customer save money before you start the work? Please give 3 tips
There are many of ways to save money before we start, ie have all repairs done to your standards before we arrive, painting of a volume instead of 1 or 2 rooms over time.
What are the typical things that you need to know before you can provide a quote to a customer?
Condition of area painted, how much repairs are needed, is the problem fixed or do we need to fix and repair. More information on the job the better we can work the price.
What makes you the most reliable and trustworthy person for the job?
We strive on quality over quantity, we are reliable respectful, polite and turn up when we say we will. We clean and tidy and clean up everyday after ourselves.
What questions should a customer ask to hire the right service professional?
Its not about the questions asked. Its about the reviews of one, if they feel comfortable talking with that tradesmen on phone in person at quoting. Recommendations and word of mouth go a long way.
What do you like most about your job?
I enjoy my works everyday. Everyday is a different day I love the competivness, the stories I'm told of other tradesmen and doing my best to win the job. Many of stages to my job before I even win a job.
How did you decide to get into your line of work?
I wanted to be a carpenter when I left school. I was then offered an apprenticeship as a painter. so now have been doing this for over 27 years.
8 years ago I did my trade as a carpenter.
Are you an insured business and do you guarantee your work?
Of todays industry we all have to be insured registered to work, there are many out there thinking they can do the job without any of this insurance and things.
Work is guaranteed to the job at hand.