HBP Painting Continues To Offer Interior Residential Painting Despite The Pandemic

September 18, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ -

O’Fallon, Missouri based HBP Painting Contractors is pleased to announce that they have implemented enhanced safety measures in order to keep offering interior residential painting services to their customers. HBP Painting has been providing quality residential interior painting for 5 generations (and over 30 years) to the people in St. Louis, St. Louis County, St. Charles County and more.

As noted on the company’s website, interior painting can still be done safely as long as extra precautions are taken. People are spending more time inside their homes due to lockdown orders and increased precautions, and this has helped lead to a surge in demand for interior painting services. Choosing to hire a professional painter to handle interior painting projects yields great results for affordable prices. HBP Painting asserts that they can be trusted to handle any interior painting job and assures clients that they use only premium interior paint and materials. Furthermore, they fully comply with OSHA guidelines. Due to the pandemic, they also follow a set of very strict safety guidelines (as recommended by the CDC).

HBP Painting begins interior painting projects by consulting with their client to assess the task, record specifications and give a detailed quotation. After the client has approved the proposal, they will assign trained painters to handle the job. HBP Painting assures customers that the painters they assign work directly for the company and are not provided by subcontractors.

Before starting to paint, HBP Painting makes sure to prepare the areas to be painted thoroughly. They cover all surfaces and stationary fixtures to make sure that they will not be damaged or get splattered with paint. They fill and sand nail holes and imperfections to prevent them from getting in the way of the paint job. They may also apply primers to surfaces, depending on their color and condition, to ensure that the paint properly sticks to the surface and that there are no streaks and flaws in the final results.

HBP Painting makes sure that their services include everything that is needed to paint the interior of the client’s home properly and to the client’s standards. They paint even the difficult areas, such as doors, baseboards and other trim and may even lightly sand walls if necessary. HBP Painting makes sure to communicate with their client all throughout the painting process to ensure that the client’s vision for their home is brought to life.

The services that HBP Painting offers does not stop when the painting job is completed. They work hard to make sure that all painting tools and products are removed and that the painted area is properly cleaned up. They also run a quality inspection to ensure that the client is satisfied with the finished product. If the client is not satisfied, they will immediately get to work and apply the necessary corrections. As a result, many clients have said great things about HBP Painting and the services that they offer.

Brad and Darlyne Leapley write in a 5-Star Google review, “Fantastic job. Cody, Zach, Todd and the crew couldn’t have been more accommodating. By normal standards, our job was on the larger scale with every interior room (4500 sq. foot ranch with finished basement) and outside work (front porch entry, window trim and backyard 3 season room). The work was originally scheduled for late April but COVID-19, as with most everyday life, altered the plans. Teagan, the office manager, worked diligently with us to reschedule the job to a two week timeframe late June/July. For the interior, we selected 5 colors with the assistance of a design consultant included in the contract. Drywall patching and repair was included and Zach even swapped out the front door handles/hardware for us when painting the front door.”

The review adds that, “Cody and Zach were personable, friendly and listened to our vision of what we wanted to accomplish. Additional suggestions on decorative highlight work from Cody was just icing on the cake. We especially want to give a shout out to Todd, the crew foreman. Todd stayed late to review current day work completed and plans for the next day. He went out of his way to make us feel comfortable and make sure the job was progressing to our satisfaction.We would enthusiastically recommend HBP For anyone looking for painting work – big and small. If you are looking for a company small enough for a personable experience but large enough to do the job, HBP is the one.”

In another 5-Star Google review, Chelsea Mohler says, “This family-run operation is tip top! The color scheme that Cody helped us pick out looks amazing! Better than that, Zach and Todd came in and treated my home as if it was their own! The talent level was outstanding! Every line is crisp and clean. The appropriate amount of prep really shows in the final product! I highly recommend this company. They will be doing more work in my home! A huge thank you to this company! I fell back in love with my home!”

Complete details can be found on the company’s website. Alternatively, property owners may connect with HBP Painting via social media to stay up to date with their news and announcements.


For more information about HBP Painting Contractors, contact the company here:

HBP Painting Contractors
Cody Hartrum
(636) 544-1254
615 Westridge Dr.
O'Fallon, MO 63366

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