Our team did this much needed radical color change last year in Cleveland. Purple is a great color, and we know a lot of people love it. We love it also, but this homeowner felt it was time for a change, and needed a new coat of paint anyways. We were more than happy to help, especially given some of the more intricate details along the front and back of the house which help make it so interesting.
With warmer weather fast approaching, many people will start their Spring cleaning soon. One thing that many people have a hard time dealing with is left over paint. How do you know if you can still use it, or if you should dispose of it? Once you’ve figured that out, then what?
Deciding to paint yourself or hire a professional painting company can be a big decision. Whether you’re looking for interior painting or exterior painting help, asking a few questions before you hire someone can make your project go a lot smoother. Here are our top 10 questions you should ask before hiring a professional painter in Cleveland for your project.
Our very own Michael Murray, owner of Textbook Painting, was recently interviewed by a paint industry podcast called DYB Coach. Steve and April Burnett are the leading force behind BYD Coach - having run their own sucessful painting company previously, Steve decided to write a book (How to Double Your Business Without Making A Sale) and help other business owners become just as successful.
When deciding to freshen up the look of your home, an interior painting or exterior painting project may be just what you need! There are many things to consider when undergoing a home painting project, and hiring an expert will make the process go smoothly from start to finish.
Ever look at your house and think to yourself that it just looks old? Sometimes, a fresh new paint color is all you need then. Check out this exterior painting project our team did on a house in Westlake.
If you have ever planned an interior painting project, you have probably been stuck selecting which color to paint with. Zillow, a real estate website, recently did some research on homes and colors in relation to sale prices, and explained it all in their 2017 Paint Color Analysis. It revealed “blue” as a magic color in your bathroom, claiming some homeowner’s saw up to $5,400 more than expected when selling their homes. Not just any shade of blue will do though; more specifically “hues of powder blue or light periwinkle”. And if you have a darker blue in your dining room, you could see about $1,926 more than expected. Kitchens with light blue, or blue bedrooms, also got about $1,809 more. There’s certainly nothing there to be “blue” over.
If you're having a hard time trying to choose a color for your current project and need some help with your interior painting color ideas, looking at the coming Color of the Year can be of great help. According to Wikipedia, Pantone, who are best known for their Pantone Matching System, which is a proprietary color space used in many design markets, has been doing this since 2000. It's a great reference for anyone looking for colors.
Our team of local house painters in Lakewood did some exterior painting projects recently and gave this older home a more refreshed color pallette. The homeowner wanted to dramatically change the look of the exterior of their home. Mission Accomplished! Helping homeowners select new paint colors is something we take a lot of pride in and really enjoy doing.
A team of our house painters in Berea was working hard this week to transform an older home with a bold new color pallette. We helped this homeowner select colors by providing a color consultation and painting samples up on the house.