PDCA developed its Industry Standards to make the painting and decorating industry transparent to both painting contractors and consumers.
PDCA Industry Standards:
- Provide the measure by which the quality of wall coating work can be evaluated by the consumer.
- Protect the contractor by establishing limits on the extent and verifiable uniformity of a project.
- Protect the consumer by requiring work that is free from defects, deficiencies and significant variations of coating applications.
- Save contractors time and money when used and referenced in painting work bids and contracts.
The Standards discuss a range of issues that commonly become the subject of misunderstandings, or in extreme cases, contract disputes and provide guidance for both the contractor and the layman concerning how such differences can best be avoided.
All participants in the architectural, engineering, design, construction, and painting & wall-covering industry benefit from the use and circulation of the PDCA Industry Standards. All consumers benefit from the use of PDCA Standards by those they contract with, to provide best value for their painting and decorating expenditures.
Industry Standards P23 and P25 have proposed revisions from the PDCA community. View the changes below.
Members have 45 days from April 12, 2019 to comment on the proposed Industry Standard revisions. Please contact Bill Loepp at email@example.com with any comments and questions.
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