It’s always fun when you get to see such a huge transformation on a paint job. We paint several homes each week and most of them are color matches or similar colors so we like to post the more extreme color change cases. This house in the Islands HOA in Gilbert was completely repainted and was a huge color change. Prior to our Gilbert house painter arriving at the jobsite this home had not been painted in over
We were called out this week to do a commercial repaint of a car wash in Phoenix. The current colors were red and yellow and the owner wanted to change the paint colors to shades of blue. Take a look at the before photos and you can see what we started with.
We were called a few weeks back by this homeowner, they stated they were in need of a Chandler painting company. The homeowner stated that it had been about 10 years since the house was last painted. We promptly scheduled the estimate and arrived a few days later to walk the property with the owner.
A few weeks back we were called out to a home with a special request. A mom wanted to give her 13 year old daughter a room makeover as a birthday surprise. She wanted to match the walls with the bedsheets and we were able to coordinate the colors perfectly.
People are always asking our AZ painting contractors how to hide spackle spots. If you’ve done a lot of repair to a wall, and there are noticeable spackle spots, you will want to take a few steps before simply painting over them. If not painted over correctly, the spackle spots will stick out in a very obvious way after the job is over. Here are our tips for hiding spackle spots during a paint job.
Maybe your planner isn’t big enough. Maybe you have a spare wall that could use some decorating. Heck, maybe you just have a ton of chalk on hand and you came to your favorite Arizona painter’s website looking for an excuse to use up old chalk.
A wall that’s been painted with stencils can look fantastic. Or, as any Phoenix painter knows, it can look terrible. The difference comes down to precision: Are the edges clean and crisp? Or are they smudged and poorly defined? Is the background color constantly interrupted by little accidental strokes?
One of the most important steps often skipped in house painting is a thorough pressure wash. This easy task is often overlooked because it seems so menial. Some house painters simply use a hose to rinse off the house but this is simply not good enough. If a proper cleaning is not completed before painting, the new layer of paint will not properly adhere to the surface and you risk having costly peeling issues down the road. Likely, if they do not pressure wash, they will be gone with you ask for a warranty.
Painter’s tape doesn’t look like much. It’s not a cult favorite, like duct tape—nor does it have the kind of no-frills ruggedness that everyone loves about electrical tape. No, even Glendale AZ painters like us have to admit that painter’s tape isn’t exactly the most popular of tapes.
But wow, is it useful or what?
Sick of solid colors? Single-tone walls not doing it for you anymore? Let your favorite AZ painting contractors show you how to add a cool gradient effect to any room in your house. Carefully follow these steps, and you’ll have a hip ombré wall in no time.