12 May Using Angie’s List To Find A Kansas City House Painter
If you’re like most home owners, you’ve heard of Angie’s List. They’re great for checking on just how reliable a contractor is. Actually, they’re great for finding out a little more about any service company here in the Kansas City metro. Roofers, plumbers, mechanics…and even house painters.
If you aren’t familiar with how Angie’s List works, here’s a quick run-down:
* If there’s a problem with a company that you sourced from Angie’s List, they will intercede to try and help you resolve your issue.
* You pay around $30 a year for access to this information for the Kansas City market – a pittance if you are planning on doing any expensive home repair – and that amount auto-renews each year.
Chances are, you’re on this page because you’re interested in having your house painted. If you are looking around, considering options or just beginning to think about this process…Angie’s List is a great place to start. It just might help you avoid a nightmare scenario where you spend too much with a sub-par painting company, and end up needing to repaint again in just a few years. Basically, it helps you verify through the unpaid testimonials of those in your community that you’re working with a truly reputable painting contractor.
We’re nothing if not reputable. We’re also locally owned and operated. Unlike many of the large chain-operated painting companies that advertise on T.V. and the radio, all of our money stays right here in the KC metro. All of our employees live and work here full time as well, and their money stays in the community too.
Additionally, nobody stays on top of painting trends like we do. And our 5 year warranty is tops in the industry. We’ll always offer you a no-obligation color consultation as well.
So if you’re on the fence about which Kansas City house painter to hire, starting your search with Angie’s List is a good idea (and ending it with Neighborhood Painting is an even better one).