Frequently asked questions
What happens when I ask for an estimate for painting services?
Following our on-site consultation and discussion of your painting project, Robert Munoz Painting provides a printed estimate that includes all materials and labor, pricing and work specifications.
How long after the estimate does painting begin?
Work begins anywhere from 1- 3 weeks following the estimate, once color selections and work specifications have been confirmed and the work contract has been signed.
Can Robert Munoz Painting also repair my drywall or rotten wood?
Our prep work prior to painting includes repairs for holes and cracks. Robert Munoz Painting offers a variety of additional maintenance services for commercial or residential properties in Fresno / Clovis. Call (559) 473-6105 for more information, or visit our service pages on this site.
What type of paint do you use?
Our experienced painters work with recognized suppliers including Sherwin-Williams, Behr, Benjamin Moore and other reputable companies. Robert Munoz Painting can also recommend a variety of low fume, eco-friendly products. Learn more about exterior paint recommendations by contacting an expert at (559) 473-6105.
Does Robert Munoz Painting apply paint with a brush, roller or spray?
Each painting project is different, and we use whichever tools are best for each job. Typically, we use brushes and rollers. Some specialty jobs may require a spray for a high quality finish.
How do I prepare for painting once I have signed a contract?
Robert Munoz Painting’s prep service includes the protection and removal of furniture and fragile items such as pictures, glass items and electronic devices. Our licensed and insured team works closely with clients to keep your family and property safe.
What commercial painting services does Robert Munoz Painting provide?
We provide professional painting for the interior and exterior of any Fresno / Clovis business at any time of the year, including new construction, apartment complexes, condos and commercial and industrial complexes.