Pro Precision Painting did an unbelievably meticulous and painstaking job on my house. They spent days just prepping the surfaces to make sure they were exactly right, before they began painting. They caulked holes I hadn’t seen or noticed–but they did. Since the price was contractual, there was no financial incentive for them to spend so much time and to be so meticulous. There was one hole in the siding in particular which I pointed out to the owner of the company. He said that when they got done, I wouldn’t be able to see it. He was right. I know where it was, but I can’t see it. The contract called for two coats of paint. In a few places the crew were not satisfied with the appearance after two coats, however. So they just did it again without asking me. Again, there was no financial advantage. It was pride of workmanship. The finished job on my house, inside and out, was beautiful. It was refreshing to see people today who still care so much about their work. I will add that the crew were also pleasant and courteous. The next time I have any painting to be done, this is the only company I will call.