Al & Brian's Painting

1 Painter for 7.5 hours $400.00 in Streamwood, IL

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Al & Brian's Painting

1 Painter for 7.5 hours $400.00 in Streamwood, IL

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About Al & Brian's Painting

A long-lasting and professional-looking paint job is what we specialize in. Our beautiful paint jobs are results of superior products, experienced craftsmanship, and thorough attention to detail.

  • Detailed written estimate
  • Thorough surface preparation
  • A clean job site
  • References upon request

Let us turn your home into showcase. Call for an estimate today!

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  • Interior and exterior painting
  • Residential, commercial, and industrial
  • Wallpaper removal
  • Faux finishes
  • Power washing
  • General maintenance
  • Hardwood flooring
  • Tile
  • Door and trim installation


Sherwin Williams

Questions and Answers

  • How can we save money hiring you?
I would recommend to be ready to move furniture and knickknacks. The less we have to move is the less we have to charge.
  • What questions should a customer ask before hiring you?
  • (1) Get all estimates in writing.
  • (2) Do not be induced into signing a contract by
  • high-pressure sales tactics.
  • (3) Never sign a contract with blank spaces or one
  • you do not fully understand. If you are taking out a
  • loan to finance the work, do not sign the contract
  • before your lender approves the loan.
  • (4) Remember, you have 3 business days from the
  • time you sign your contract to cancel any contract if
  • the sale is made at your home. The contractor cannot
  • deprive you of this right by initiating work, selling
  • your contract to a lender, or any other tactic.
  • (5) If the contractor does business under a name
  • other than the contractors real name, the business
  • must either be incorporated or registered under the
  • Assumed Business Name Act. Check with the
  • Secretary of State to see if the business is incorporated
  • or with the county clerk to see if the business has
  • registered under the Assumed Business Name Act.
  • (6) Homeowners should check with local and county
  • units of government to determine if permits or
  • inspections are required.
  • (7) Determine whether the contractor will guarantee
  • his or her work and products.
  • (8) Determine whether the contractor has the
  • proper insurance.
  • (9) Do not sign a certificate of completion or make
  • final payment until the work is done to your satisfaction.
  • (10) Remember, homeowners should know who
  • provides supplies and labor for any work performed
  • (1) Contractors full name, address, and telephone
  • number. Illinois law requires that persons
  • selling home repair and improvement services
  • provide their customers with notice of any
  • change to their business name or address that
  • comes about prior to the agreed dates for
  • beginning or completing the work.
  • (2) A description of the work to be performed.
  • (3) Starting and estimated completion dates.
  • (4) Total cost of work to be performed.
  • (5) Schedule and method of payment, including
  • down payment, subsequent payments, and
  • final payment.
  • (6) A provision stating the grounds for termination
  • of the contract by either party. However,
  • the homeowner must pay the contractor for
  • work completed. If the contractor fails to commence
  • or complete work within the contracted
  • time period, the homeowner may cancel and
  • may be entitled to a refund of any down payment
  • or other payments made towards the
  • work, upon written demand by certified mail.
  • Homeowners should obtain a copy of
  • the signed contract and keep it in a
  • safe place for reference as needed.
  • on your home. Suppliers and subcontractors
  • have a right to file a lien against your property
  • if the general contractor fails to pay them. To
  • protect your property, request lien waivers from
  • the general contractor.
  • Do you offer any service after finishing the work?
  • Cover and secure work area (floors, furniture, etc.)
  • Remove wallpaper
  • Remove defects and imperfections
  • Caulk, Spackle, Prime
  • Match existing texture
  • Painting using high quality paints
  • Walls, ceilings and other surfaces
Variety of paint finishes: flat, eggshell, semi-gloss, glossGlazingRefinish and conservation, Stain, Paint
  • Caulk, Spackle
  • Prime, nail loose boards
  • Power washing
  • Wood and aluminum siding
  • Shutters, trims, sills, soffits and fascia
  • Garage doors and floors
  • Carpentry
  • Install trims
  • Install doors
  • Screened Porches and Decks
  • Install screen porches, including framing
  • Decks refinish and conservation, Stain, Paint
  • Custom designs, borders and accents
  • Floors
  • Hardwood
  • Pergo, laminate
  • Miscellaneous
  • Install cabinets
  • Install storm doors
  • Install and replace door locks
Streamwood, IL 60107
   (847) 586-3888
Contact Brian Petrancosta

Union trained and certified

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