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10/16/2017
By: Fed C.
D&W PAINTING SOLUTIONS
I actually met the owner Dan at a Home Depot & while talking to him found out that he painted houses.... I asked him to paint the inside of my 4 bedroom house, 3 different colors.. Short & to the point, he csme into my home on a Monday and by Wed afternoon Dan & his partmer were loading up the supplies & were done painting my house. I was happy with everything done & even more happy with the price i was charged cause it was way less than 3 other quotes i got.. I would recommend Dan and his partner from the experience i had and how easy they were to work with but mainly how cheap it was
07/04/2017
By: Blevins J.
D&W PAINTING SOLUTIONS
DO NOT HIRE !!! PAINTERS. Daniel owner After we Fired Him he Threatened to Place a LIEN ON MY HOME.. Used Profanity and Horrible work ethic, Unrealible Painter. Had to CALL POLICE to stand bye wile he picked up his paint gun & supplys. He never gives Invoices, and keep trying to add onto agreed price, Made me pay for paint up front but said the paint was not availble. After hearing his excused I drove to Shrewin Williams store myself ( the paint had been ready for 3 days ) after days of delays and and FALSE PROMISES. I Felt VERY UNSAFE with these men at my home.*** If you hire them they will Never finished the job. The owner Daniel drove all the way from West Valley to Gilbert at my home asking for $200 to Turn back on his Cell Phone, but it never was turned back on I had to drive 90 minutes to check on the progress of my home being painted from East valley to Buckeye and once arrived the painters were never around and the job left unfinished day after day. Movers arriving at 7am in morning and the paint is not even on the walls only a little primer after 4 days of slow slow progress from DANIEL and D&W Painting Solutions. BOTTOM line very unprofessional firm. When asked for his contractors license Number he stated he did not have one and that anyone could get a discount at Sherwin Williams. But Sherwin Williams stated that he is a Paint Contractor. Sorry if this complaint is not grammatically correct. But Today has been a terrible experience for a mother of 3 small boys. I had to leave my new home because This Paint Company was threating to place a lien on my home and Threatened my Cursing me out via Text. I gave Buckey Police a description of the Painters Vehicle. The owner Daniel had another worker I never meet show back up at my home unannounced a person I never have meet. AGAIN BE AWARE OF THIS CONTRACTOR. Reporting him The Arizona Registror of Contractors and Better Business Bueuro. after the July 4th holiday. Im having an Alarm system installed ASAP . I don't trust DW Painting Solutions. They will take your Money and your Paint if you give them any moneys before Job is complete. I hope this helps the public. He did not keep his word and complete the project as agreed. we hired a new painter this morning and he is working late tonight and the work will be completed on time NO THANKs to D&W painting. I did not even want to list them as a One Star there RATING SHOULD BE A NEGATIVE. He failed to perform what he was hired to do and when he was Fired and Replaced by another painter he Go Angry & Told us thanks to us his mother would get evicted from her home, again BE AWARE of this MAN and Threatened my family. So we called the police. We will file charges and A Restraining Order ASAP.
07/03/2017
By: Gloria H.
D&W PAINTING SOLUTIONS
DO NOT HIRE PAINTERS. Daniel owner Threatened to Place a LIEN ON MY HOME after I fired him today. .
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08/19/2016
By: Justin R.
D&W PAINTING SOLUTIONS
DO NOT HIRE!! They will not finish the job you paid them for..if you do for what ever reason hire them. Do not be surprised if things come up missing from your home and or business.
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11/24/2015
By: Amanda P.
Bob & Sons Quality Painting
Bob & Sons has been my go-to painting company for all of my house painting jobs, big and small. They have great prices, even better referrences, years of experience and the people you start out talking to are the people you talk to the entire time. I love that it's a family buisness and Wayne and his Son-in-Law Zach are great. They always make sure they go out of their way to make me happy. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
03/20/2014
By: Steven D.
Osborne Painting
Dave did a great job on my house exterior, very detailed, at a fair price..Steve D.Phoenix
06/08/2013
By: azzdsw
Quality Bro's Painting LLC
First, if you look at all of the good reviews you will note that they are all several years old. The helper indicated that they used to have several crews but they all quit because they could not get along with the owner. Now the owner and one helper are the only ones doing the jobs.We hired them to remove a wall paper boarder in the master bedroom, remove wall paper in the master bath and paint the master bedroom, master bath, master closet and water closet. The hickory flooring in the master bedroom was only a few months old and we advised them that we wanted it covered complexly. That did not happen resulting in paint all over the wood floor. They used a water sprayer and scraper to remove the wall paper boarder and wall paper and gouged 90% of the wall to ceiling joints making it almost impossible to cut a straight clean break line between the ceiling and walls. Over all, the paint job was absolutely the worst I have ever seen by a profession or do it yourselfer! The break line at the baseboards was terrible with wall paint on the baseboards and baseboard paint on the walls. There were overruns at the ceiling/wall junctions. There were missed roller spots on the walls that they referred to as “holidays” – whatever that means. Areas that should have been masked off were not resulting in paint slopped on window frames, the back of mirrors, etc. Runs everywhere, dirt nibs on every wall and walls that were to have two coats of paint only had one. Overall the job looked as if someone who had never held a paint brush or roller before did the painting. Every time something was pointed out the response was: “I can fix that.” Well, if the prep and actual painting was done properly there would not require “fixing” all of the messes. Their daily clean-up wasn’t any better leaving paint in our laundry sink, on the driveway and hose bib valve. It took five hours to clean up the mess that they left and four days of work straighten out overruns, crooked cut-in lines and applying a second coat of paint where needed. The bottom line is if you don’t care that your home will be treated like a gas station and don’t expect a professional looking paint job then hire this outfit.
Tips & Advices
For a long-lasting paint job, a clean wall is crucial. Ask how they plan to clean your walls, if at all, before getting started. A high-quality company will thoroughly prepare a wall so that the paint will lay smoothly and last a long time.
Yes. A well-established company will have more experience and likely more references for you to reach out to than a new company that's just getting off the ground. Be sure to ask for references so you can speak to former customers about their experience working with the painter. When speaking to these people, ask about:
  • Whether they had issues with the crew
  • If the painters were messy or neat
  • How the paint has held up since the project was completed
The quality of the paint will affect how good the walls look when the project is completed. If your contractor says they plan on using a paint you don't like, feel free to request an alternative.
If the contractor makes a point to train new hires on safety techniques as well as quality standards on the job, you're probably in good hands.
Unfortunately, there are plenty of cases where a painter has stolen items from a home or caused damage to the house or injury to the homeowner. Subcontractors may not be as skilled as employees, and the contractor you're hiring may not have much experience working with them, making them more of a risk. Additionally, ask if the painters are employees or subcontractors, and what the screening or hiring process is like.

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