Choosing a painting contractor to paint your home or business

January 10, 2016 at 7:36 pm | Category: Business, Commercial Painting

Amato Painting

Choosing your Bethlehem Painting Company































Quality is not an act, it is a habit.


You have many choices each and every day you wake up from which toothpaste to use to what to take to lunch. In our Lehigh Valley painting business we see this everyday when we go out to a painting estimate. Is the customer looking for the used car paint job or the Ferrari? Or do they want a Ferrari with a used car budget? Not knowing this leads to many wasted trips and upset customers sometime. Not every customer and company are good fits for each other. When you go to McDonald’s you know what your getting, a quick inexpensive meal. Your not going for lobster and they do not promise anything more then that. When you go to a high end steakhouse they are promising top shelf quality and along with that comes a price tag and you know this before you walk in the door, they do not try to lower their product and sell to everyone.

With so many choices it is ripe for confusion in the Lehigh Valley painting business or really any other contracting business. Amato Painting has learned we cannot be everyone to everyone, it is impossible to raise and lower standards based on price without opening ourselves up to missed expectations from customers when they think they are getting a top of the line job but went with the lowest of the low price. You truly do generally get what you pay for.

When painting companies come out to give you an estimate there are only a few areas they can save time and money on to give you that unbelievably low price. They are cheaper materials and cheaper labor. The exception to this is a well trained company who knows their production rates and systems and can truly do the same job at a lower price. They are truly hard to find.

So this brings us back to your Bethlehem painting company and how your choosing. When you have multiple companies coming out to give a painting estimate without having a clear cut scope of work and expectations you may wind up wanting a steak and end up with a $1 cheeseburger. Hiring a processional painting company who knows their niche and sticks to it is the way to go. We turn down quite a bit of work as we are fixed at sticking to our business plan and work within our niche which is commercial painting and medium to large full residential paint jobs. If you need a quick one room painted we are not just set up for smaller jobs but there will most certainly be others who are.

Ryan Amato Painting chose to stick to our vision and goals of the company where others just take any job that comes along regardless of their experience doing so. I would not want a roofer painting my house and you wouldn’t want me doing your roof. When I see jack of all trades there is no way they are masters at all of those tasks. We have chose to stick to a few things and be great at them such as commercial painting, spraying, epoxy floors, interior and exterior large repaints.


If you are looking for an experienced Northampton & Lehigh County painter then please call (484) 821-7112 or complete our online request form.




Ryan Amato - Amato Painting and Power Washing

ryan amatoRyan Amato is a man driven by his values, first and foremost. As manager of Amato Painting, Ryan’s leadership is one of trust and commitment. His relationships with his team are as important as those with his clients. His motivation to provide professional service is driven by a dependable workmanship that secures their reputation of being the best at what they do. No matter the size of the project, Ryan is adept at meeting deadlines and budgets.

As an award winner for his outstanding painting work, Ryan’s projects have been featured in the Sherwin Williams Quarterly Industry Magazine. You can find his contributions to the painting community across numerous blog sites and on his YouTube channel. With a true passion for his craft, Ryan is driven by so much more than the bottom line. He lives in Easton, Pa with his fiancé Michelle, his two teenagers, Preston and Ryenn and his dog Duncan who stars on the company logo!

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