VJ Painting Services began providing exceptional painting services in Melbourne over 45 years ago. We are a friendly, family orientated business that was originally formed by Jim Terzievski who passed his knowledge, professionalism and skill on to son Vic who has since been producing the finest finishes and high quality paintwork to domestic properties in Melbourne for the past 30 years.In keeping with the family tradition of the company, Vic’s son Jamie, another highly skilled painter will, when the time is right, take over the reins ensuring that the skill and knowledge will continue into the third generation.VJ Painting Services stands ready to assist you in your home and office painting projects.
Second coats on similar colors are almost never recogicnized as being needed until the coat is applied and has dried. ONLY THEN WILL YOU SEE WHETHER IT NEEDS A SECOND COAT or not. Yes, painters can use a cheaper paint then what you paid for. That is solved by getting your own which, I would charge extra for because I will always have to go get more, or add second coat because home owner tried to skimp on paint, or they got the wrong color etc...
I'm hiring an interior painter and that is why I was reading this comment list. I'm concerned about your comment about Angie's List. Some of us don't have personal recommendations for tradespersons, and rely on sites like this. Are you saying that Angie's List's reviews are not complete or that they do not print some of the negative reviews? It's hard to know what to do - I have not been able to find a person who just had their paint done so I can ask him/her about the quality of the painter.
As a former professional painter, something that drives me crazy is when I see painters cut in around wall plates. First of all, the amount of time that it takes to cut in is usually much longer than the amount of time that it takes to simply remove the wall plate. Secondly it does not look nearly as clean as it does when the wall plate is removed and thirdly it can invariably leave paint on the wall plate itself which also looks sloppy. Make sure the painter takes them off and then reinstalls them. It's less time.

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