Here you can find some Frequently Asked Questions if you would like to get to know us better!
1. How long have you been in business? Good Deeds Painting and Renovating Inc. has been in business since 2015. The owner has been in the industry gaining experience since 1994. Are you licensed and insured? Yes! We carry liability Insurance and Workman’s comp Insurance as required by law.
2. Are you licensed to work on Lead Based Paint with there being a possibility of lead on any houses or buildings built before 1978? Yes! We are a licensed lead renovating firm and have several staff members that also hold licenses to be able to work on homes or businesses that test positive or run the risk of containing Lead Paint.
3. Do you complete Background Checks on all your employees? Yes and any new employees are always placed with trusted long term employees.
4. Do you offer a warranty? Yes! All contractors in the State of R.I. are required to have a warranty.
5. How do you come up with Prices? Our estimates our based-on production rates that are determined by Industry Standards. Studies show that 80% of estimating in our industry is based on these formulas and 20% is based on judgement as each project may have its own unique set of priorities. We strive to remain competitive and price our work so everyone wins, and so it is fair to all parties. Unfortunately, in our industry there are people who are not skilled at estimating or well educated and end up not charging enough. Clients may be tempted to take advantage of the poor just because the can. Sadly, when the contractor catches on they made this mistake they often rush through it sacrificing quality or act disgruntled throughout the job. This is not our values. We are looking for upright clients who want to support a business fairly in exchange for valued quality work. As our clients have continually chosen us over the competition, we have had the luxury of helping many talented craftsmen find a place to work where they are safe from being exploited and properly managed. We are very grateful and so our are employees.
6. How do I know the work will be done to my satisfaction? The final payment will not be collected until you are 100% satisfied that work has been complete as agreed upon.