Pay Your Deposit or Final Bill Here

Pay your deposit or final bill by e-check or credit card by clicking the ACH or E-Check links below.

Your deposit is 25% of the proposal’s total cost.


Click here to pay your bill by ACH “E-Check”
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There is no charge to pay by ACH.

 

Click here to pay your bill by credit cardYellow credit card

A 3.5% convenience charge is added by our processor.

 

Can I sign my contract with ink and pay with a paper check?

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Yes! If you’d rather sign your proposal with a pen, just sign it and snap a picture of the signed contract, and email it to Rob at [email protected].

You can even (snail) mail the check and signed proposal to us at CertaPro, 137 Weymouth Street, Rockland, MA 02370.

 


I paid my deposit, what’s next?

Once you pay your deposit and sign your contract via Adobe ESign, you are added to our schedule. Rob Rodriguez ([email protected]) our Office Manager will reach out to you when you’re “on deck” to paint.  See below for specifics:

When will I get the Adobe E-sign to “sign”?

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If you haven’t gotten it already, Rob will send this to you in the next few days via email. During the spring and summer, our office is at its busiest, so it may take up to a week after you tell us that you’d like us to paint for you to get your paperwork.  Check your spam email folder to see if it’s there if you haven’t received it.

Important:  Your Adobe E-Sign email message contains your approximate start window in the subject line – jot this down.  We will be back in touch with you about a week prior to this timeframe to give you a more exact date.

 

 


When will you start my project?

CalendarOnce you’ve paid your deposit, you are placed on our schedule in a queue.  This queue is much like a line a the deli where everyone has taken a number.  Because of weather on exterior projects, we don’t know exactly how long each project in front of yours will take, but look at your Adobe E-Sign for an approximate date.

A few days before your crew is ready to start, Rob, our Office Manager will contact you to let you know you’re “on deck” to start.

If you are having a party and need the painting done by a deadline, be sure to tell your Salesperson your timeframe.  This way, if we can accommodate you, we will!

 


Once we start your project, what should I expect?

Powerwashing (Exteriors only):

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If your proposal includes power washing, we often wash your home a few days before we start to paint. This is to allow it to dry after the wash.  If you’re interested in a day-by-day progression of an exterior painting job, we had one of our customers keep a journal with photos while we were painting.

 

 


Carpentry:

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If your proposal includes carpentry, we often do the carpentry at the same time we’re preparing your home.

 

 

 


Getting us your paint colors:

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If you haven’t already given them to us, email your paint colors to Rob at [email protected]. If you are still undecided on colors on the first day, ask our job site supervisor to sample your finalists for you.

 

 

 


The first day of your project:

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We’ll need you for about 10 minutes to review the project’s scope with you again to make sure we’re all on the same page.

 

 

 


Once your project starts – don’t hesitate to call us if something is not right:

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Our Field Supervisors will stop by your home to make sure everything’s going well. If there is anything ever causing you concern, call Rob at (781) 336-8559 so he can direct a Supervisor to your home pronto! Catching issues quickly is the key to happy outcomes all around.

 

 


But what if my issue seems “small?”

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Still call Rob at (781) 336-8559. We like to solve problems when they are still small!

 


Still have questions?

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Email Rob Rodriguez at [email protected]. No question is too small!