Blue Pacific Painting & Remodel
We strive to deliver the best product for our clients. If that means we are at the latest trade shows learning of the latest innovation in a specific area. Or studying a new technique or application of a product, watching several new video tutorials and then practicing those techniques to achieve the proficiency required to deliver a top quality product or service to our clients. We go the extra mile to ensure our clients receive the best quality service with the best products available on the market today.
I personally get a real joy from building and creating. There is just something about working with your hands, and when a project is all said and done. Being able to take a step back and know all the little things that you may never see that went in to that particular project. Beingg able to say i/we did that is very satisfying and rewarding.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Most often we schedule a consultaion appointment so that we can meet with the client, asses the project first hand and speak with the client in more detail about exactly what they have invisioned and the options they have for turning that vision to reality.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have spent my entire working life, minus a couple odd jobs in the begining, in the construction field. I also spent quite a few of those years all over the U.S. while i explored our country I planted roots in nine states and visited around 35 in total. All the while studying and learning the suttle differences and techniques of the various reagion I was in at the time. Which has given me a unique skillset that allows me to overcome most any renovation scenario or complication that may arise. As well as affording me a different pespective than others tend to have.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
Every project is so diffrent from any before it that it is quite difficult to have a set general pricing for projects. As such we cunsult with our cliets and asses the scope of each project on an individual basis.
How did you get started in this business?
I had been kicking around the idea of doing my own thing for a couple years at this point, but never quite had the propper incentive to hang my neck out there whith all the risks that come with buisness owenership. Then COVID came crashing down on us, and after I found myself like so many others. without employment and in serious jepordy of being forced to live in alternitive housing (something like a box). That just so happened to be the propper incentive for me to take that leap.
Here we are almost two years later, still working away at providing the higest quality products and service to our clients, and helping to bring our clients dreams to reality one home at a time.
What types of customers have you worked with?
In my line of work, every client is diffrent. I have yet to run across two clients that look at their home in the same way and come to the same idea of what they would like to turn any area of their home in to, thatis like any previous clients before them. That is one of the most enjoyable aspects of this profesion. will never do the same thing day in and day out, or from project to project. Where others are not comfortable with widly varried diffrences in expectaionds and demands from day to day. We love seeing what we will come across next, and love the edge that facing these challenges head gives us. And is one of the most enjoyabe aspects of the profesion we have chosen for ourselves.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
A life long friend wanted a hallway built between his studio (which I insulated, sheetrocked and painted a couple years ago) and his workshop. I was tthrilled to add this addition to his home. Mostly because this was not to be just an ordinary roof over head and walls to keep the rain and cold off him while he traveled between spaces. He wanted a transition space that he could display various things in his collections to reflect the room one is leaving. as well as the one that they are heading in to.
So we gave him a fully custom "hallway" that is complete with built in wood perch shelves, a antique stain glass window incorpirated in to the wall and my favorite, a one of a kind wood inlay ceiling. That in my opinion is the best overhead area that I have ever put in. It was quite a bit of work and I had my concernes when the initial plans were adjusted to a "not so plain" ceiling. . After a couple minor delays due to material deliveries and mother nature. We got it finished, and I must say it came out better than I could have ever hoped. My friend was over the moon, and to this day tells me every time I see him, about the latest person to see it. And their friendly jelousy over him having in his home. There is no dout when you walk trough there that you are in an artists space. And at the end of the day, thats what we strive for. To have people see and feel our clients personality and style when they see one of our projects.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
Have a good idea of what materials you would like to have used. But ask the contractor which ones they recomend for your particular project. Not all materials work well together or at all. Have a firm grasp on your over all or top end budget. Some will try and upsell you all the way until you are handing them a final payment. Have a contract, if the contractor doesn't have one already. Print one yourself. It doesn't have to be complicated. Just somethimg that says they will be held to industry standards or higher and that you will be held to the obligation of payment for services rendered upon completion and inspection. Kust to keep it in the forefront of everyones mind what exactly is expected and when.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
I would say try and be at least pretty sure what your over all end idea is. Things can change slightly at various times throughout a project. Such as the Stone for the floors is on back order and will taked 6 weeks to deliver. You don't want to wait and youy liked this other pattern as well when you initialy were deciding. But that will not change the over all outcome. When a client does not have a clear idea of what end result is desired. It can turn in to a hazey vision with a blurred timeline and can easily go way over budget if one is not carefull.