Simple Solutions General Contracting   |   Townsend, DE  |   Christiana, DE   |   (302) 379-5930  |   Email: info@simplesolutionsgc.com

General FAQs

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  • How long have you been in business?
  • Who will be assigned as project supervisor for the job?
  • Is your work insured?
  • Does the company have references?
  • Is the company a member of a trade, assoication or chamber?
  • Is the business certified?
It's important to select a contractor that has established experience within the areas you are needing services. As well, find the local Chamber of Commerce or recognized Business Chamber and ask them directly if they know of this company.
A very common question. The answer is simple... now! However, each project is customized for the needs of the client and individual Project time estimates vary greatly depending on the job, type and specs.
To distinguish between mildew and dirt, you can do this by applying a few drops of bleach to the surface. If it's mildew, the discoloration will disappear. If it's simple dirt, nothing will change.

 

Painting FAQs

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  • 1. When painting exterior surfaces, one primer coating and two finish coats gets longest results.
  • 2. Best done in clear, dry weather and no wind.
  • 3. Best if you start painting from top and work your way down.
  • 4. Best results when temperature is between 60° - 80° F.
  • How long have you been in business?
  • Who will be assigned as project supervisor for the job?
  • Is your work insured?
  • Does the company have references?
  • Is the company a member of a trade, assoication or chamber?
  • Is the business certified?
It's important to select a contractor that has established experience within the areas you are needing services. As well, find the local Chamber of Commerce or recognized Business Chamber and ask them directly if they know of this company.
A very common question. The answer is simple... now! However, each project is customized for the needs of the client and individual Project time estimates vary greatly depending on the job, type and specs.
To distinguish between mildew and dirt, you can do this by applying a few drops of bleach to the surface. If it's mildew, the discoloration will disappear. If it's simple dirt, nothing will change.

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