Professional Painting Contractor Serving Mission Viejo and Surrounding Areas Since 1997 | Custom Coatings and Finishes | Team CCF
Scope of Work
The work to be done consists of furnishing all paints, labor, tools, equipment, and supplies to perform a complete and thorough job or repainting the designated surfaces for the job named in attached proposal. Each item or area in these specifications is described by the most commonly used name and the contractor shall inform himself of the areas that are to be painted.
The contractor's operations for the preparation of paints and storage of materials shall be limited to a designated area, and such space shall be kept clean and orderly at all times. The contractor shall employ all safety measures during operations for the prevention of fire.
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The contractor shall at all times take necessary steps to protect the public and all property from damage during his operations, and shall be responsible for any and all kinds of damage to the work or property caused by the contractor's employees. Bids will include a list of products and manufacturers of materials proposed for use on this job. All products to be first quality, and subject to approval by owner. All materials must comply with applicable health, safety, and environmental regulations.
Cleanup and Safety
During the progress of the work, safety shall be of the utmost importance at all times, and the contractor shall safeguard persons during the progress of the work by providing barricades and appropriate lights to warn of obstruction. Upon completion of the work and before acceptance and final payment shall be made, the contractor shall clear the entire project and all grounds occupied by him in connection with his work of all rubbish, excess material, and any other debris caused by his operations.
All work shall be done by experienced, skilled
craftsmen. Surface preparation shall be in accordance with standards
of the Painting and Decorating Contractors of America. All finishes
shall be applied evenly and be free from runs, sags, skips, crawls,
or other defects.
Paints shall be applied in accordance with the manufacturer's printed directions. Painting shall not be done when the temperature exceeds 90 degrees Farenheit, or when the temperature is below 50 degrees Farenheit. The new and old coatings must be compatible. The determination of compatibility may be accomplished through examination of the owner's records, laboratory analysis, or by field-testing.
A variety of cleaning and removal systems are available for the painting contractor to employ. The use of any one or a combination of more than one is dependent upon the condition of existing coatings, the material applied, and the substrate involved. Because of varying substrates, the selection of tools must be left to the Painting Contractor, with consultation with the specification service and the owner's agent.