The national average cost to hire an interior painter ranges between $200-$2,700. Interior painters can tackle everything from complete color makeovers in each of your rooms to touching up an accent wall to painting pieces of furniture. The square footage and complexity of the project, along with the materials needed, are the main factors that will affect cost. Other factors include whether you supply the paint yourself or want the painter to do so, whether you move the furniture and do the prep work or ask them to do it, and whether any repair work is needed on the walls.
David Turk was very helpful and gave great suggestions. He had great patience with my vacation schedule, weather interruptions and roofing schedule. Phillips Painting provided an excellent painting crew lead by Rodrigo. Day one Rodrigo and his crew power washed, replaced rotted wood, scraped peeling paint and sealed all seams. Day two they covered all exposed areas and painted. The front door, the back kitchen door, the new sliding glass door and the garage door were also included. The project was cleaned up and completed by 12:30 on day 2. I am very happy with the look. To quote David, "that's why you hire professionals." Thank you Phillips Painting, David and Rodrigo. I highly recommend Phillips Painting. I will use them in the future for interior work.
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I highly recommend the team at Platinum Painting. Rod Bohl managed the sales process from estimate to completion with a high level of customer service. Ivan and the paint team worked very quickly and completed the entire project with two coats of paint in two days which was amazing. Ivan was very responsive to my requests, ensured that the workmanship was of the highest quality and that I was completely satisfied. Overall a great experience and I will use Platinum again! House Painting Aurora Colorado
"RECOMMEND! After a huge slab leak, hiring Lux Hardwoods was our best decision for reconstruction and renovation. Stan and his team are experienced, professional, and courteous. Every room of the first floor required reconstruction and we chose to do some remodeling at the same time, and Stan's design experience and eye differentiated a job that would have been only repair to a newly remodeled and updated home to a style that fits our vision and personality. We love it! Each member of his team specializes in areas such as carpentry, flooring, paint and electric, and all communicated well with us and respected our home and our schedules. They did hardwood, including stairs, paint, reconstruction, and wiring. He was often on site consulting with us and his team, and he was always available by phone and text. Stan eased our home-owner reconstruction anxieties and delivered on his word! We will definitely call them for future projects."
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I had Philips paint the exterior of my home a while back. I was so happy with the work they did I had them come back to give me a quote for painting my decorative metal fence. I accepted their bid and they did a fantastic job. The prepped the surface, primed and then hand applied an alkyd enamel rust resistant high gloss paint. The fence looks fantastic (I'm sure my neighbors are happy too). I highly recommend Philips Painting. Aurora Home Painting
If your home or apartment is more than 30 years old (constructed prior to 1978), there is a high chance that the current paint on the walls and window/door trim contains lead. This is a serious health hazard, especially if there are small children living in the home. If you suspect that there may be lead paint on your walls, its best to test for it and remove it, before putting on new coats of paint. House Painting Aurora Colorado