Last year, Will Glen went to work with longtime friend: Andy Danforth, the owner of Elite Pro Painting. And while Glen has been part of the company only a short time, he is finding great comfort in working with someone he’s known more than 25 years who has earned an outstanding reputation for quality.
According to Glen, a key trait that separates Elite Pro Painting from competitors is the amount of time staff members spend with their clients. What makes Elite Pro Painting a great painting company?
“From meeting with the homeowner to walk through the project, to understanding exactly what they would like done, to assisting with color selections, we are there to help them through the process,” he said.
By providing daily onsite supervision, Elite Pro Painting makes sure each job progresses as the homeowner wants and expects.
A one-year, all-inclusive warranty also sets the company a notch above others, Glen said. The warranty is automatically provided to protect each customer.
“At the end of one year from the completion date, we will contact the homeowner and come out to reevaluate the paint project,” he said. “If there would happen to be an issue, we take care of it at no charge to the homeowner. We are extremely confident in our work, and we want to guarantee that.”
Elite Pro Painting is committed to offering clients superior-quality work while supporting environmental health. A concern consistently noted by eco-conscious consumers is the disposal of old paint.
“ToxDrops are scattered throughout the Indianapolis area. People can take their old paint (to a ToxDrop location) for proper disposal,” Glen said.
For a list of locations, go to www.sustainindy.org/toxdrop.cfm.
When it comes to latex paints, homeowners can purchase and add a special powder to the can. The powder dries out the paint so it can be safely tossed with regular household trash.
Glen also recommends giving unused paint to organizations that welcome such donations.
Elite Pro Painting is taking additional steps to keep the environment clean. By using paints and stains that contain little to no volatile organic compounds – the gas-emitting chemicals used in making some types of glue, markers, cleaning supplies and paints – the company is helping to mitigate potentially harmful issues.
The company also adheres to Earth911’s guidelines for responsible recycling. Practices include proper disposal of paint containers, using “green” brushes, rollers and trays, and reducing paper usage in the office.
Taking it one step farther, Elite Pro Painting participates in the Indiana Adopt-A-Highway program. Staff members help keep Dan Jones Road tidy and litter free in Plainfield. If you need to hire a great painting company…call Elite Pro Painting.