Did you know color can make all the difference? The right paint job can transform your property from bland to bright and beautiful! Choosing the perfect shade can transform any space and help you reflect your dreams, hopes, personality, and mood in living color.

A good painter knows that preparation is the key to a paint job. A good interior painting job includes patching & sanding of cracks, holes, and imperfections surfaces must be clean and dust-free. We understand how important your house is to you.

We paint the following interior spaces:
1. Dining Rooms
2. Bathrooms
3. Foyers
4. Basements
5. Doors
6. Windows
7. Kitchens
8. Bedrooms
9. Hallways
10. Living Rooms
11. Home Offices

We start by providing you with a free, personalized quote prepared at your home by one of our friendly estimators. As a full-service painting contractor, our estimates include all the materials, high-quality paint, and labor needed to prepare and paint your walls

Our first priority is to make sure we don’t disrupt your day. After you book your painting job, our team will set up a call before your project date to go over all the details.

1. Confirm paint color and details
2. Ask you to move patio furniture and potted plants
3. Answer questions you have about your painting project

After you book your painting job, we’ll set up a call before your project date to go over the details:

1. Confirm paint color and details
2. Ask you to remove all valuables, fragile items, pictures and shelves from the area you’re having painted
3. Answer questions you have about your painting project
4. An email that confirms everything you’ll need for an amazing paint day

Before we begin, we inspect the project to identify any areas that need to be sanded or repaired. Once the area is properly prepped, we take the necessary steps to ensure the paint stays on the surfaces. We will then get your home ready for painting:

1. Cover your floors
2. Move and cover your furniture
3. Fill holes or cracks in the walls
4. Repair drywall and finish
5. Remove wallpaper
6. Window caulking
7. Primer on plaster
8. Two coats of paint on all surfaces
9. Clean up after work

We understand how important your house is for you! Your satisfaction is so important to us that we don’t consider the job complete until you say it’s complete.



Part of our work as residential painters is making sure your walls are ready to be painted. Drywall repair services are included in our estimates so you have a clear understanding of the type of work needed.

Before we paint, we’ll do a walkthrough of the space and inspect for any existing damage. Very small holes, like those from nails, can be fixed by simply filling them with mud/spackle, and sanded down once dried.
While it might not seem like a big deal, even the smallest hole can be noticeable. If these holes and damaged parts aren’t properly covered up before a paint job, they’ll be even more noticeable.

For bigger holes, like those from door handles, etc., will need to be patched. Before we pick up a paintbrush, we'll patch, sand, and prime your drywall to create a perfect surface. 

Taking the time to make these types of repairs are simply part of ensuring your residential painting project turns out just the way you envisioned.



When it comes time to get rid of your wallpaper, it can quickly become a difficult process. Some wallpaper is easy to remove and all it leaves behind is the glue residue. Other wallpaper is more difficult. 

It can be tempting to add wallpaper removal to your DIY chore list. However, wallpaper removal is often much more difficult than homeowners anticipate. Removing wallpaper is a delicate process that requires the right tools, like a wallpaper steamer and special solvents.

Even with the right tools, you can never be totally sure how the wallpaper is going to behave. Sometimes it comes off relatively easily and doesn’t leave any damage behind. Other times, you can run into entire sections of wallpaper that just doesn’t want to come off.
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Many factors like these dictate the supplies and techniques used to remove distinct types of wallpaper:

1. How was the wallpaper applied?
2. How long has it been on the wall?
3. What type of wallpaper was applied?
4. Was the wall properly sealed or primed before application?

When we do run into problems with stubborn wallpaper, we know how to deal with it, while preventing damage to the walls.

Here’s how we do it:

1. First, we’ll prep the surface by spraying it down using a non-toxic solution.

2. Once it’s saturated, we’ll carefully remove old wallpaper by using a wallpaper removal tool to gently lift the paper to avoid damage your walls.

3. The condition of the wallpaper or wall condition beneath the wallpaper can only be determined after the paper is removed.

4. The wallpaper will be vacuumed up leaving no mess.

5. The residue is washed and cleaned.
Once your wallpaper is expertly removed, you’ll likely want to give your walls a new, fresh look. We can provide recommendations for beautiful, sleek walls you will enjoy for years to come.

When Painting Over Wallpaper is the Better Option

When Painting Over Wallpaper is the Better Option

While it's usually better to remove your paper before painting, there are some cases where painting over wallpaper may actually be beneficial. First, and most importantly, the drywall or plaster walls under the paper will remain intact. 

If you decide that you're going to go ahead and paint over your wallpaper, it's important to prep your walls carefully to ensure the best results possible.

We will first remove and replace damaged sections and add adhesive to lose pieces to minimize the chance the paper will fall. 

Then, we will cover heavily textured paper with a thin coat of joint compound. This material will help smooth out the surface so that the texture won't show through the paint. We will apply a coat of oil-based primer to the entire surface of the walls before painting. This helps seal the adhesive in the paper away from the moisture in the paint. Moisture from the paint can often loosen wallpaper glue, causing bubbles or peeling. After all these options, your wall will be ready to be painted!