Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How long can I expect the paint job to last?
A: We have been painting since 1998 and have yet to have the siding peel or blister.
We guarantee our work for 15 years and the paint we use is warrantied for a minimum of 25 years.
Q: Are you licensed?
WA State Contractor Registration #
It is always best to personally verify contractor status before beginning any project. Contractor
Registration can be verified at the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries website:
Or by calling: 1(800) 647-0982
Jasper Painting is a registered contractor in the State of Washington and bonded in accordance with Washington
State contractor requirements.
Our insurance includes general business coverage, with General Liability and Worker’s Compensation Insurance.
All employees are fully covered.
Q: How long will the job take?
A:An average size home can be completed in 1 week (weather permitting).
Q: Will you stay with the job once it has commenced?
A: Yes. You will have the same crew on your job from start to finish.
Q: What about overspray?
A: We bring the experience from hundreds of projects to every home we paint. We cover all unpainted areas, windows, doors, brick, roof, cement, shrubs, hardware, lighting, satellite dishes, exposed rooflines, and any other necessary items to prevent over-painting/over‐spray, drips, spills, etc.
Q: What types of paint and stains do you use?
A:We prefer to use Sherwin Williams top of the line products for durability and value. When painting we use Duration and Super Paint. The majority of the time we use satin finish, but they also offer flat and gloss finishes as well. When staining we use Woodscapes stain on siding and Deckscapes stain on decks. We use Benjamin Moore, and Daly' paints.
We also understand that every project has its own specific requirements, and that
it is ultimately up to you which product best fits your needs.
Q: When pressure washing will the chemicals you use be harmful to my plants?
A: Many times just the water pressure alone is enough to prepare most surfaces for painting. In general, we do prefer to use a 'House Wash' diluted into the power-wash line to insure a clean surface that is paint ready.
When there is mildew present we apply a mixture of bleach and water. Any remaining mildew will be addressed by hand washing with a TSP/Bleach solution. Sometimes we will add a mild detergent as well, but never any chemicals that would be harmful to your pets, vegetation, or to the environment in general.