How to Choose a Qualified Overspray Removal Company-Tip #1 Conduct a Professionalism Vendor Check

Overspray Removal Companies-Considerations

Tip #1 Conduct a Professionalism Vendor Check

Overspray damage is not exactly your everyday “garden variety” vehicle claim.  If this is the first time the vehicle’s owner has experienced such a loss, no doubt the claimant is going to be extremely cautious. They might even be a little skeptical of the idea that their beloved vehicle (now inconveniently spattered end-to-end with horrible ugly gray concrete blobs) can safely be… Continue reading

7 Steps to Effectively Handling an Overspray Removal Claim

Overspray Claim Management, Overspray Removal Companies-Considerations

The cost and chaos associated with an overspray removal claim can be greatly diminished by implementing the following steps:

1)    Stay Neutral and do not admit liability

2)    Investigate & Inspect

3)    Identify or Confirm Responsible Party

4)    Secure pertinent information regarding loss: Claimant name, Claimant contact info, Vehicle information-Make, Model, Year and Color, date of incident and type of coating/paint involved.

5)    Assign the… Continue reading

Paint Overspray Removal Companies-Cost vs. Price

Overspray Removal Companies-Considerations

When evaluating overspray removal companies, it is crucial to understand the difference between “cost” and “price.”

Typical overspray scenarios frequently involve responsible parties that select the company that quotes the lowest price.  The result?  A lack of understanding about variables that affect costs wind up leading to a claim that is higher in expense than the allowance made for overspray removal services.

Many key factors… Continue reading

Reputable Overspray Removal Companies Dont Chase Ambulances

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In most industries, solicitation is looked upon as an unethical practice.  Rightfully so, and it should be no different in the overspray removal industry.

But unfortunately, solicitation of additional claims, usually by canvassing the vicinity where the original claim occurred, is a common practice within the overspray community.

It happens too frequently, and comes about most often in one of the following ways:

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