For more than 10 years Pro Brush Painting And Remodeling has been serving the Arlington area faithfully, providing the top painting and remodeling services. Our specialist painting crews at Pro Brush Painting And Remodeling are known for their attention to detail, high level of skill, and extreme professionalism. We will work with you at every step of the painting/remodeling process, from initial planning to the last inspection. Everything we do it to ensure that you are kept informed and guaranteed satisfaction with your project. From small paint jobs to large scale remodeling, Pro Brush Painting And Remodeling has the skills and experience to turn your home dreams into a reality.
So just how much time will you save? An interior paint job will take one day to one week. An exterior paint job take an extra couple days, but almost never runs past two weeks. You may still be thinking this is something you want to do yourself, but by the time you move your furniture, tape up all the edging, lay down plastic to protect your carpet, stir a dozen cans of paint, get rollers, paintbrushes, and trays, you'll probably be ready to tear your hair out before you ever start painting.
It’ll cost you between $500 and $1,000 to paint the exterior yourself. Not including paint, it’ll cost you no more than $200 to $300 at a home improvement store like Home Depot, Lowes or Menards. You may end up spending more if you buy high-quality products from specialized shops. Professionals can get the same supplies for about half what you’ll pay. Westminster House Painters CO
"I'm very impressed with the quality of his works and honesty which are the two key things I look for when hiring a contractor for a job. His price is also very reasonable. I live out of state and met with Antonio to give me a quote before hiring him. He is a great and easy guy to work with and he finished the job before the deadline and completed everything that we'd agreed upon. I'd definitely recommend Antonio to anyone and have him work on any projects I have in the future."
When selecting a color scheme for the home’s exterior homeowners can choose color options that will correct flaws that they may feel exist with their home and property. Some examples include utilizing two shades of a single color to make a home appear appropriately sized when the home may be too large or too tall. To accomplish this effect individuals will want to place the darker tone on the upper level of the home’s exterior. Smaller windows can appear more proportionately sized by trimming them in a lighter tone of paint. Darker colors make a space or feature appear smaller. The same effect can be obtained for homes positioned further away from a curb. By using lighter tones the home will not feel camouflaged. Westminster House Painting