New Port Richey contractor leaves no stone unpainted
Estimates, by their nature, are uncertain. When unforeseen complications occur, costs can easily surpass one’s budget.
That didn’t happen to Angie’s List member Melissa Milliken when a soffit trim came off while highly rated Above the Rest Painters of New Port Richey, Florida, power washed her two-story Tudor style stucco home before painting it.
“Above the Rest bought a piece of wood to fit the area and installed it with no added charge the next morning before they started painting,” Milliken says in a Pages of Happiness Review.
The soffit trim detachment wasn’t the painters’ fault. According to Milliken’s review, the previous homeowners patched the area with a pressed cardboard product where wood should have been used.
After the painters finished the repair and started painting, Milliken says they worked continuously and quietly with fine craftsmanship on her Wesley Chapel, Florida, house, which features a 22-foot high tower and windows protruding from a steep roof. There’s also a wall over the screen room in the back of the house and beams that had to be hand-painted at the edge where they met stucco.
According to Milliken’s review, it cost $2,350 to have the house painted.
“I never heard a complaint and no fear was shown,” Milliken says of the painters. “They even painted nice straight edges in areas nobody could possibly see from the ground, like the back of the chimney.”