When you own property, every day brings about its own challenges.
One day a toilet could clog, meaning you’ll have an immediate action item on your list. The next day you could have a tenant move out, which means you quickly have to get it ready for the next one to move it.
The more property you own, the more things you have on your to-do list. And when your list quickly fills with necessary items, its easy to overlook the little things that aren’t on your radar … until they become the necessary items.
Once things reach emergency level, not only do they become a bigger problem for you, they also become a more costly measure. For instance, if a building needed painting two years ago and was left unprotected from the elements all this time, you could be facing wood repair, potential leaks inside the property itself, mold and mildew remediation, and much more. A simple coat of paint can go a long ways in saving you money down the road.
Instead of relying on your trust to-do list that’s created by a days events or an emergency phone call or two, work to become proactive in your property maintenance.
Here’s how a professional painter can help you.
Outside painting projects tend to get scheduled on a large basis. Maybe you’ve decided to repaint every few years. But by waiting until that timeframe is up, the exterior could have problem areas that continue to build over that time period. By hiring a professional painter to look at your properties and perform an annual audit, you can catch small, minor issues immediately. And if things arise, you’ll know you’re in good hands to fix it up and repaint only the affected area.
Inside painting projects can come to light all the time. If a tenant moves out and leaves holes and marks all over the walls, a fresh coat of paint can quickly add value to the space. By having a professional painter working with you, he can come in at a moments notice and give you top quality service when you need it most. And by selecting a neutral color in bulk, you can save money and time overall.