Give Your House an Elegant Look for Less!!

Posted on March 5, 2009. Filed under: 1, Hiring Home Repair General Contractors | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Paints can work wonders on the aura of a house. A house painted by an expert painter has a different look and feel about it. The painting job done by an inexperienced person, on the other hand, could mess up the entire appearance of an expensively decorated house. However, the search for a professional is a very time-consuming task and may require extensive effort.

But not anymore…You can drastically reduce the time and effort spent in searching for the requisite professional through the help of the MiNeeds site. With MiNeeds, all you have to do is post your requirements and the rest of the dirty work of contacting the professionals and eliciting competitive quotes is done by MiNeeds. Take the successful example of the customer in Tacoma, Washington, who wanted to get his 2-storey, 3,200 sq ft, house painted. Instead of using the traditional search method, he posted his requirement and the associated details on MiNeeds, which automatically contacted all local professionals and prompted them to bid for the project. Within a few days, he had received responses from 8 professional painters, some of whom even gave him a special offer. He could also view the reviews of these professionals given by their previous customers, making his selection process simpler.

You can also save yourself the hassle of searching for a professional the next time you want to get your house painted. You can either scan through the list of Seattle Home Repairs or post your needs and wait for the professionals to contact you!!

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