to choose a painting inspector
choosing a painting inspector, one needs to look at the area of
painting experience they have, associations they belong to. Ask
about recent contracts they have completed, and architects they
have had association with. As well, ask about any certifications
they may have acquired.
should not only have experience in the painting industry. They
should have acquired a sense of responsibility to the owner to
assure they receive the best possible quality in the painting
industry. This is in all areas, from residential to commercial
doesn't exist but quality does. The only way to get consistent
quality is through a proven Quality Assurance Program.
are set out by the PDCA (Painting and Decorating Contractors of
America) and the MPI (Master Painters Institute). (See Links
and why you need a painting inspector
are many times a painting inspector is required.
are getting into the painting industry, from part-time employees
of other fields of experience to those who have painted their own
home project and feel they now can paint anything. They not only
lack the experience of a certified painter who has put the years
in to be certified, they also lack the knowledge to provide a quality
paint job through proper preparation and application.