In the very first stage of the negotiation process, the painters should be made aware of the specific expectations that you have from them. Since residential painting requires added attention to the minute details of the painting process, the painters should have constant interaction with the designer of the new building. It is quite obvious that the painters will seek a high price for the skilled employees they will have to recruit for the project. Residential projects are more details oriented and the painters involved in it should have the creativity and a sense of aesthetics in them.
In the negotiation process, you should make this clear to the painters that they can only recruit highly skilled painting staff so that they can do justice with the new design of the building. However, for this, you should also negotiate the price of recruiting them. Any exorbitant price for this is not acceptable. If required, you can share your ideas with the construction designer so that the residential projects can be easily painted even by the semi-skilled staff.
Another important part of the negotiation process should include a discussion about the supply of quality painting materials. Since houses are painted not at a regular interval and sometimes it is done only once in a lifetime, the selection of quality raw materials is absolutely necessary. Nowadays colors used in the painting contain a warranty for a certain period of time. Thus, you need to be pretty selective in choosing the outer and inner colors of your house. Time is another priority in the negotiation process. The works of painting Vancouver are so detailed that at once one can order for this. However, it is necessary to keep in mind that consumption of a good amount of time even creating a masterpiece is considered to be a waste. Thus in the negotiation process, it should be made about the deadline of the painting project.