Do you feel that selling paint jobs will be simply giving a minimal cost and allowing the customer choose which painting contractor gets the cheapest cost? Can you think that cost is the one thing on individuals’ heads when they buy from a builder? If your paint quote was equivalent to another painter however that painter was nasty, physically cluttered and booze on his breath which painter could the customer pick?
What I am getting at is the notion that cost isn’t the only element when a customer selects a miniature painting service. The biggest reason I hear from paint builders is that they lose jobs since their cost is too high or else they don’t quote a job properly.
Consider these things when performing a paint quote.
1) Customers want value when picking which paint quote they’ll go with. What is worth? It’s not the least expensive cost. It’s the belief that the customer is becoming more value for the cost from one painting contractor compared to another.
2) Quality is relative to this cost. If the customer thinks that the painting quote is too low then they may believe that the paint builder is low balling, cutting or inexperienced prices by cheapening the job somehow or another. The customer will then think that they’re not getting good value from that paint quote and won’t but from that builder even if the purchase price is reduced.
3) Service is a large issue on the planet. Is your painting contractor perceived as being reliable, will the paint builder complete the job at the fastest time? Will the contractor complete in any way? In the event the builder fails in certain service dilemma, is the customer getting good price?
4) Can you buy the least expensive gear, food, clothing or other things? As a professional painting contractor, you are aware that buying cheap tools may indicate that you’ll possibly buy an instrument twice, when the inexpensive tool rests and the next time when you buy a good instrument to replace the affordable instrument that broke. Is economical the best value? The customer thinks about this when looking at a miniature painting quote.