Painting Contractors Punchlist Pressure

Every experienced contractor whether a painting, building, electric, or plumbing knows the feeling when the job is coming to an end. There are a lot of loose ends to tie up. A lot of little things that need to be done to get the final payment. These “little things” where not over looked they were put on the back burner while the bigger more important items were dealt with.

From a painting contractors stand point touch ups are quite common, as well as skipped nail holes, sagging caulking, over spray etc. The customer is quite keen on what needs to be rectified before they issue the final payment. Often the customer will have several other people look over the job to get various opinions. Recently I experienced comments from other individuals on a job and the punch list “fix it” list required me to remedy the previous contractors errors.

These prior errors where not in my contract to remedy and were pointed out near the tail end of the job. Although small things were noted it dawned on me to fix or to disagree and try to get more money. Rather than haggle over who’s mistakes they really were and end the job on a sour note, I proceeded to repair the prior contractors mistakes and gained a happy customer in the end. Sometimes contractors have to swallow their pride and just go along with the customers demands.

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One Comment

  1. Stephan Bashkir
    Posted March 28, 2015 at 4:04 pm | Permalink

    When looking for painting contractors, it’s important to do a lot of research. Online review will tell you which contractors seem to have a hard time getting the little, seemingly insignificant tasks completed. Just like this post says, there are a lot of little things that can get overlooked. It’s important to find a contractor that doesn’t overlook them.

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