Quality Strokes
Residential and Commercial Painting.
Quality Strokes
Residential and Commercial Painting.
Quality Strokes
Residential and Commercial Painting.
Quality Strokes
Residential and Commercial Painting.
Quality Strokes
Residential and Commercial Painting.
Interior 17 Point Checklist
1. Arrive to job on time, review worksheet with customer and agree on which area to begin painting
2. Furniture and appliances are moved using slip sheets, all surfaces are protected with dropcloths or plastic
3. Remove all switch plate and outlet covers.
4. Every surface being painted is repaired of nail holes, cracks, peeling paint and other defects.
5. Any water stains are sealed with primers to prevent bleed through.
6. Mask all thermostats, wall sconces, knobs, hinges and other surface not receiving paint.
7. Wash all dirt, mildew and grime using the appropriate cleaner prior to painting
8. Check colors to ensure they match color chip prior to application, confirm the proper sheen is being used
9. Caulk and putty trim and lightly sand prior to painting.
10. Complete safety checklist and ensure that ladders & scaffolds are being used properly
11. Double check that all paint is applied evenly and is free from runs, sags or drips.
12. Lightly sand any glossy surface to provide "tooth" prior to re-coating
13. Inspect newly painted surfaces for proper coverage and touch up if necessary.
14. Remove all masking and dropcloths and inspect surfaces, clean as necessary.
15. Re-install all switch plate and outlet covers.
16. Sweep each room and ensure that all trash and debris has been removed
17. Walk through job with customer to ensure their complete satisfaction

Exterior 17 Point Checklist
1. Arrive to job on time, review worksheet with customer and address any customer concerns.
2. Protect all shrubs, plants and landscaping with appropriate dropcloths
3. Mask all light fixtures, number plates and other items to prevent splatter
4. Wash all surfaces of any dirt, mildew or algae prior to painting.
5. Inspect for rotten or damaged wood and inform customer of necessary repairs.
6. Remove all loose and deterioated caulking and replace with new paintable silicone caulk
7. Scrape all loose and peeling paint.
8. Wire brush any rust or corrosion
9. Prime all bare or rusted surfaces with appropriate primers.
10. Complete safety checklist and ensure that ladders & scaffolds are being used properly
11. Double check that all paint is applied evenly and is free from runs, sags or drips.
12. Ensure that all operable window sash is free and not painted shut
13. Lightly sand any glossy surfaces for proper adhesion
14. Remove all masking and drop cloths and clean paint drips if any.
15. Inspect for proper coverage and touch up if necessary.
16. Clean up all paint chips and debris
17. Walk through job with customer to ensure their complete satisfaction