Insurance coverage is very important to ensure your protection. Paint Pals carries general liability insurance, workers compensation insurance, and auto insurance for company vehicles. You can rest assure if any accidents or mishaps happen during your project we are fully covered. Of course we do everything we can to make sure these events never take place, but being prepared is just another way we can assure you a superior painting experience. Westminster House Painting Painting interior walls, ceilings, and trim to all types of exterior siding, soffit, cornices, gutters, and flashing, for homes and businesses, adding value, paint protection, and brilliance, with uncompromising integrity. Painting outside walls, ceilings, doors, trim, cabinets, siding, Stucco, Masonite™, Cedar, James Hardie™, and outside structures such as arbors, decks, fences, and trellises. Eco Paint follows paint manufactures recommendations to a tee, which is why we stand behind our workmanship with every step. Call us today, painting homes and offices here in Westminster, CO.
Three referrals should be enough to assess the quality of work as well as the communication skills of the painter. Ask about the overall quality of the work, the work style of the painter, how the work has held up over time, and if they would hire him or her again. Be wary of any professional that refuses to give you references; a quality painter should be happy to have to speak to past clients.
Great experience working with ProBrush, from the initial walk through and estimate with Jesse, who was very thorough, knowledgeable and with reasonable pricing. Fransisco and Alejandro provided high quality work, were professional and courteous, and left my home just how they found it each evening! I had thought living in the midst of a 4 day project would be a huge headache, but they made it a pleasure, and I couldn't be happier with the results!Jeannette AlbusNovember 27, 2018 Westminster House Painting Painters often tint primer close to the color of the top coat, but Wallis thinks that's a recipe for "holidays," or missed spots. Instead, he tints his primer a contrasting color. "If I can see the color coming through, I know I need to apply more paint," he says. On the cottage shown in this story, he chose a gray-blue primer to go under a peach top coat. Westminster House Painting