WHEN you pay professionals to do a job you expect them to do it properly.
However, that wasn't the case for one couple who got a decorator in to transform their garage.
The couple were left stunned by the painters finished job and shared the results in a now viral TikTok video.
Eric Hupperich revealed that the painter did paint the garage floor, but was left shocked by what he did.
He wrote: "When the painter quotes a price… and the price doesn't include moving anything…"
Eric then took viewers on a tour of the newly painted garage, but some parts were left as they were.
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He revealed the painter didn't move any of the furniture so there were parts of the floor that hadn't been painted.
Instead, the painter decided to skip the areas all together, and the video shows a square of the floor that was left unpainted because a bucket was on it.
He also painted around a cooler box, a ladder and even the bins.
Although Eric was left miffed by the painters job, people in the comments section agreed the painter was in the right.
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One wrote: "Yeah I'm with the painter you should have cleared the room before they got there to do the job."
Another quipped: "Plus side, you now know where to put everything back after you've used it."
A third commented: "I agreed with the painter’s! You should off clear the whole garage!! Lesson learned!! That’s my opinion!!"
Meanwhile, a fourth added: "They painters they ain't your furniture removers."
"Definitely agree with the painters decision, they are not movers or responsible for getting the area ready !! This goes for all trades/contractors," a fifth penned.
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