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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I know when my house should be repainted?

    Other than preparing to put your home on the market, you should consider repainting your house when you begin seeing signs of wear on the existing coating. These signs include peeling, cracking, flaking, and fading. If you have wood siding, you may notice the wood beginning to shrink causing gaps in the siding and the caulking to crack.

  • How much does it cost to repaint my house?

    The cost of repainting your home depends on several factors. These factors include the size of your home, product class, scope of work to be performed, as well as the market in which you reside.

  • How long will it take to repaint my house?

    The length of time it will take to complete your project will depend on the size of your home and the scope of work. Projects can take anywhere from a few days to up to a month to complete. Call us now for a free estimate!

  • Can I live in my house while it is being painted?

    Yes, generally there is no reason for you to not be able to stay in your home while it is being painted. Even if you are getting a full interior repaint, your home can be painted in sections. We have experience with staging interior projects and setting up containment for areas being painted

  • Who will need to supply the paint?

    Lots of times we will supply the paint because we prefer a specific supplier, and that ensures that we are using products we are familiar with and trust. We prefer Sherwin-Williams, but we’ve had situations where the client has already purchased the paint, or they would prefer a different paint. In that case, we will let the client decide whether they want us to purchase it or if they wish to purchase it themselves. Call us now to learn more!

  • What type of paint do you use?

    We prefer to use Sherwin-Williams because they have products that we know and trust. However, we will use another supplier if that is the client’s preference.

  • How much does a quote cost?

    We provide free paint estimates. Call us now!

  • How many coats do you use?

    We quote all jobs for two coats of paint unless the client requests only one. Not only does two coats provide the maximum durability, but the manufacturer’s warranty does cover one coat application.

  • What finish do you use?

    While paint finishes vary from job to job, depending on the situation and the client’s preference, we recommend the following finishes. A Flat or Matte finish is great for hiding imperfections and areas that don’t require much washability. These finishes are ideal for ceilings, closets, and full interiors of older homes that may have visible drywall imperfections. While both finishes provide a hiding aspect, the Matte finish will provide a some washability that the Flat doesn’t. A Satin finish, the most popular, provides some sheen that not only enhances the aesthetics of your paint job but also provides durability and cleanability. This finish is great for kid’s room, bathrooms, kitchens, high traffic areas, and new homes where drywall imperfections aren’t an issue. To tie your project all together, we recommend a Semi-gloss finish on your woodwork including doors, trim and cabinetry.

  • What prep work do you do before painting?

    Before painting, we move and cover furniture, cover all floors, and fill in any nail holes in the walls and trim. We also observe the drywall for any needed repairs, sand and wipe the walls to ensure they are free of all dust and debris. If needed, we will also apply one coat of primer to help promote adhesion and improve coverage of the finish coat.

  • What do customers need to do for prep?

    The only thing we ask clients to do to prepare for us before painting is unplugging all their tvs, stereos, etc. Due to the liability involved, we prefer not to touch any electronics.

  • What weather conditions are you able to paint in?

    When painting on the interior, weather is generally a non-issue unless it is a new construction project, and there isn’t a consistent heating or cooling source. When painting on the exterior, it depends on your climate, but the ideal time to paint is the warmer months. Typically, between late spring and early summer, when the wet season has passed and before the temperatures get too hot. Early to mid-fall is an excellent time as well. These times provide the best temperature and humidity levels to ensure that the coating doesn’t dry too fast or too slow or become tacky from early moisture exposure.

  • What payment methods do you offer?

    We accept check, cash, Zelle, debit card & credit card payments. Call us now to schedule a service!