When Maler Staubo is hired to paint a house, it's done by the word of the word. The word of the word goes from one friend to the next. It's a matter of word of mouth. So if Maler Erhverv is the one doing the house-painting project for a friend, and that friend says he has a house painter, and that house painter can do a house painting job for your house, then there's no real need to call any other house painters. It's just not a good idea. But what if that friend doesn't have a house? That means you go to a friend who does have a house and you need the house painted - now what? Is there anything wrong with calling other house painters? After all, they do have a house painted and they probably are more talented than you at doing house painting. Can you put together a great house painting team with other people who don't have houses to paint? The answer to that is yes, you can. If you have a friend who already has a house painted, and you know that they will do a great job when it comes time for the house painting, then get them to recommend their house painter. Chances are if they already have a house painter they recommend, they can do a better job than you will, especially if they are more experienced. But if you don't have a friend who has a house to paint yet, you can still have a great house painter. So how do you find out more about other house painters? Word of mouth is the best way to go. See if your friends and your co-workers have any recommendations for you. Ask around. Visit local house painting shops and see if anyone has a team they would recommend. But what if you don't have a friend or a co-worker with a house to paint yet? You can always start by looking in the phone book or online for a house painter in your area. Look for someone with experience in your area, someone who speaks your language. If they seem good and you like their work, contact them, even if you only met them online. You should always interview your house painter before you hire them. Get some basic information from them, such as their experience level, what types of houses they have worked on before, and the price they are asking for. Then after you have met and interviewed them, you should schedule an initial meeting to get to know each other and get a feel for the type of house painting team that will be best suited for your house. When you finally choose a house painting team, make sure you go out on a date to see them in action so that you are comfortable with them and understand what their style of house painting is like.