No, our inspection and quotation is obligation-free. We will sit with you to discuss your scope of work and then inspect the building as much as access permits. We will follow up with an estimate based on your requirements which includes any foreseeable issues with the building.
If it is not on your Capital Works Plan, but your building needs painting, you may need to hold a strata committee or general meeting to get owners corporation or committee consent before going ahead.
As changing the colour of a building is altering common property, you will need consent from the Owners Corporation before going ahead. Check with your strata manager on the type of consent required (i.e. special resolution or ordinary resolution).
We liaise with the strata committee members and strata managers to provide sufficient notification and details about the type of access required to paint all surfaces. The strata manager will communicate access requirements to relevant property managers. We will also provide the committee with notices to place around the building.
Before painting, the building generally requires washing. We notify owners by way of notice to move all items on balconies, courtyards etc. that they do not wish to get wet. We ask that building occupants remove small and personal items away from surfaces that need painting, and our painting team will move and cover larger items of furniture.