Originally Posted By: bbadger
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At the jobs I work any panels that had been contaminated as much as those photos would end up in the dumpster.
The painters would be back charged time and materials for the replacements.
Believe me it does not take more than a few of these back charges to make the painting company remember to be more careful.
The general contractors we work for all have provisions in the contracts that require all trades to respect the other trades work.
It is funny, a painter has no problem understanding why they can not get over spray on windows, doors floors, rugs but when it comes to switches, plugs and panels they seem to forget......until they pay us to replace them. ![icon_wink.gif](upload://ssT9V5t45yjlgXqiFRXL04eXtqw.gif)
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