Is it enough just to expect to your job gets by doing the least amount required and do it well? Or Should we be thoughtful enough when painting your home to do the extra, the little things because you know it would be better. Not necessarily when you are paid for painting professionally. some of the small things should be your touch, your contribution towards successfully having painted this house. Kind of ‘initializing ‘ some extra work that generally comes. Kind of like you signing your work. Very few painters I think you will find.
I think to be thoughtful of your work is quality some homeowners are more than willing to pay for a reputable professional because you want accountability and someone to actually stand behind any defects that show up later. We spend a given period of time every month.
I don;t know many house painting customers don’t appreciate their painter going the extra mile. In fact I make it a habit to try and find something extra to do on a job that of course the customer will appreciate. It doesn’t have to be costly or time consuming, it just should show that you appreciate the work and you are happy painting for them and doing your job.
The last job I did we got a very small amount of overspray on the front door while i was unaware I had it ajar so I used the paint they already had painted the door with the last time they painted and an hour or two to repaint it and it made the whole interior paint job look better as you walked in the front door. They were very pleased and offered to help me with some bartering from the work they did for a living every day.