one client-relationship at a time.
Whether you are a member, board member, or a community manager of a homeowner’s association, you should find significant importance to having trusted contractors work on your property. We are the leaders in HOA painting services.
We believe every property has the opportunity to be the most beautiful property in the neighborhood with the best curb appeal. Sometimes all it takes is a fresh coat of paint!
For more than 20 years we have proudly served the HOA industry all across the California Bay Area and painted various styles of properties. From high-rise buildings to challenging, tight spaces – we have the expertise to work in any situation and meet the needs of every client. Contact us for your proposal request.
Services we provide to HOA clients:
Pressure washing of exterior substrates
Sandblasting with our Graco EcoQuip 2 Blaster
Dry rot repair
SB721 Balcony inspections
After being in the HOA painting business for more than two decades, we have learned that many of our clients appreciate the fact we are a one-stop-shop for property services. If we don’t offer the exact service, we have a subcontractor or industry partner whom you can trust to get the job done well.
Why choose B. Taylor Painting for your HOA?
Our team offers thorough communication not only for the community manager but for the board members and residents as well. We are always available via call or text message if there are questions or concerns about a project. We also send out weekly newsletters on every project to keep all parties informed. These newsletters include project photos, production updates, schedules, property maps, important updates/reminders, and contact information. As the community manager, it is easy to read these and pass directly to the board members to ensure everyone is kept in the loop.
Warranty of Work.
Whether you need a painting contractor now, or if you are looking to add trusted contractors to your preferred vendor list, we would love to visit with you. Our team is taking COIVD-19 precautions and offering virtual meetings with board members, as well as site walks to evaluate needs prior to an official proposal of work.