Painting is part art and part technical skill. It’s the one job that homeowners often decide to attempt themselves, but it’s easy to get in trouble when painting a whole house.

You probably don’t have the tools or equipment to do a fast, professional job, but unfortunately, you’re stuck with the results for at least a couple of years.

We can relieve your stress points by doing the job right the first time. We do all kinds of paint jobs, and we’ll help you choose the right paint, colors and strategy to transform your home into a place where you can entertain family and friends with pride.

The Benefits of Professional Painting Service

The benefits of a professional paint job include the latest equipment and the ability to handle related jobs easily. These include drywall work,plaster repairs, wallpapering and trim and molding. A turnkey operation, such as our company, can even provide design tips and maintenance advice. Some of the benefits of hiring a professional painting company include:

  • Protection by hiring a licensed, bonded and insured professional
  • Better quality finish
  • Cost savings on supplies
  • The right tools for the job
  • Savings of your valuable time
  • Greater safety precautions
  • Ability to handle unexpected problems

We own the equipment for a brilliant paint job, and we know how to use everything. These tools include sprayers, specialty rollers, pipe painters, scaffolding and ladders and more. Picking up a brush and a can of paint for a weekend paint job seems easy, but the practical truth is that the job will take longer than planned with questionable results. Each room and surface might require a different type of paint and a different way to apply it.

Household Painting Jobs

Bathrooms and kitchens require different paint than living rooms and bedrooms. The walls need prep work, primer and usually two coats of paint. You probably agonized over the right colors, but you find that the colors create a terrible clashing effect when traveling or standing between rooms.

We handle your project from start to finish, and you won’t have to worry about paint drips, messy woodwork, paint on your windows or a Herculean clean-up. We keep each area clean and move your furniture or protect it as needed.

Each room needs a particular kind of paint to look its best and stand up to everyday use. The types of paint for different areas of your home include:

  • Primer
    This isn’t paint, but it’s needed to prep surface for oil- or water-based paint.
  • Interior and Exterior
    Interiors can be painted with water-based paint, but the exterior needs an oil-based paint.
  • Latex
    Latex is another name for water-based paint, which is used on interior surfaces.
  • Acrylic
    Acrylic paint is also water-based, but acrylic is added to bind the paint for greater durability.
  • Enamel
    Enamel paint is oil-based paint used for trim work around baseboards, windows and doors. The paint comes in semi-gloss and gloss finishes.