The Best Residential House Painter
Painting your home can be a simple way to increase the value and appeal of your home, an interior house painter goes over rooms, hallways, and ceilings with a fresh coat of paint that adds a new dimension to your space.
Use Phoenix best painter crew to get the application correct on the first (and only!) try. Our professionals will prep and prime your home, fix minor damage and apply your new paint with finesse that only comes with decades of hands-on experience.
We all know styles change and the colors picked for your home a decade ago may not be as fresh as they used to be. Or perhaps, you are building a new home and have a whole new palette of colors in mind. At Phoenix best Painter we will give you the quality interior and exterior painting services that will make your home truly yours.
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Don't let worn out, peeling exterior paint ruin your home's appearance! Phoenix best painter can help restore your home's "curb appeal" with a fresh, updated exterior painting job. We carefully prepare all surfaces and use high-quality materials on your home for long-lasting beauty. Our comprehensive clean-up routine will leave your home looking fresh and immaculate. Conscious of the cost to paint a house, Phoenix best painter offers reasonable and competitive quotes.
A fresh coat of paint is all it takes to turn a house into a home.
Paint is personal; it expresses your personal tastes and has the ability to influence your mood. Add excitement to your home's interior with beautiful color! Phoenix best painter can help you select just the right color,
A new coat of paint is an easy, accessible way to increase your home’s visual appeal. When the professionals at Phoenix best painter repaint your bedrooms, kitchen, hallways, and ceilings, an exciting and impressive dimension is added to your space.
We perform extensive preparation to protect your furnishings and ensure the proper application of all products and properly prepare all surfaces to be painted, fixes the little dings and bumps that are visible under new paint, and apply the new paint with precision and expertise. We use washable paints for a durable, long-lasting finish, ensuring your continuing enjoyment of your home's "new look" for years to come.
Looking to spruce up an indoor space? Phoenix best painter has endless ways to give a makeover to interior spaces to give rooms, master bathrooms and more. Phoenix best painter interior residential painting services include: Painting all rooms of the home, including bathrooms and kitchens, entryway and stairwell painting, acoustic ceiling removal and texturing, cabinet repainting, minor wood and stucco repair.
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Craftsmanship and Beauty
Faux Finishing has been around for centuries but it hasn’t been until recently that faux painting has achieved that realistic look that home owners want. Our painting experts are extremely skilled in this fine art. Some faux textures include marble, plaster, stone, and many other creative designs.
Gorgeous and Textured Affect
Venetian Plaster is a popular finishing technique where plaster is applied to the wall in layers, creating a stunning textured appearance. This can have a great affect of making your home look more luxurious and classical. We have worked with a number of Interior decorators to utilize this technique in stunning fashion.
Make your Wood Beautiful Again
‘Wood graining’ or ‘faux wood graining’ is a technique used to give a wall or surface the appearance of real wood. This popular effect is used for doors and window frames but it can be applied to almost any surface.
Electrostatic Metal Finishing
Make those Fences and Gates come Alive
Electrostatic metal finishing can be applied to exterior gates, fences, windows, or metal frames to restore the appearance and make them look new once again.
Carpentry & Wood Repair
More than just Painters
We have highly skilled carpentry craftsmen that are trained with quality and safety in mind. Whether your project involves adding crown molding to a room, repairing wood-rot, or replacing trim, we will meet your exact specifications. Visit our Carpentry & Wood Repair page.
Wall Paper & Wall Covering
Wall Coverings Done Right
Wallpaper, fabric, and vinyl coverings are all great ways to enhance the look of a room. Phoenix best painter has skilled craftsmen that are able to meet all of your wall covering needs. Visit our Wallpaper and Wall Covering page.
Powerful Way to Get things Done
A great way to improve the value of your home and increase curb appeal is simply to have your property pressure washed. Phoenix best painter offers power washing and home exterior cleaning services for siding, driveways, patios, decks, roofs, and more. Visit our Power Washing & Pressure Washing page.
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A Glendale Homeowners Story
If you own a house with wood siding, one of the biggest costs of maintaining your home is keeping the paint looking fresh.
Unless you’re industrious and like to tackle big, messy jobs yourself, you’ll probably need to hire a house painter once every six or eight years. When the time comes to choose a painting contractor, how can you be sure you’re getting the best price?
You’ll obviously need to compare prices, so you should get estimates from three or four painting companies.
But then what? Should you pick the painter who comes in with the lowest bid?
You could, but first consider the story of Laura Whitmire, of Glendale, AZ, a homeowner. Laura had her house painted the same month her neighbor did, and she got a firsthand look at the dangers of choosing the lowest estimate.
Although she paid a few hundred dollars more than her neighbor, Laura saved big money in the long run.
Why? Within a year, her neighbor’s paint was peeling. Everywhere.
He had to hire a new painting contractor to re-paint his house, and his two paint jobs ended up costing a lot more than Laura’s one job did.
Laura used Phoenix best painters which sanded the outside of her house down to the bare wood before painting. Her neighbor’s crew didn’t sand thoroughly, so the paint started peeling only months after they finished work.
To Laura, a few hundred dollars’ difference in price didn’t matter as much as a sense that the painter would do a good job.
When weighing those bids, customers should consider whether the low bidders may be more motivated to cut corners. Painters can shave money off their cost by reducing sanding coverage, failing to apply all of the primer or paint that was promised, or thinning paints and primers.
If a prospective painting contractor gives you a bid that’s hundreds of dollars more expensive than others, certainly ask him why. But you also should ask questions if you get a low offer. How does the painter plan on fulfilling the contract? Insist on high standards in surface preparation, paint quality and paint coverage, and follow up to make sure the crew sticks to the terms of the contract.
‘‘For us, it mattered so much that we knew we had someone we trusted and felt good about.
‘‘It was obvious George knew what he was talking about, and then you see the results and that it has lasted, didn't peel. ... We totally would use him again. There's not even a question.’’
Frequently Asked Questions
No, we only use painters employed by Phoenix best Painter to ensure that the most highly skilled professionals are working on each job. All of our employees are subjected to a background check and drug test prior to being hired and then they receive specialized safety training once employed.Does someone need to be home while you are working on the interior?
No, in fact most people are not home during the day and arrangements can be made in advance to accommodate your schedule. Our employees are all bonded and insured.I have received several estimates from different painting contractors and there seems to be a wide variance in the price. Why is that?
There are many factors to be considered when reviewing a painting estimate. Unlike Phoenix best Painter, many new or inexperienced companies may not be licensed, bonded, and insured. Often they sub out work to inexperienced, lower rate painters that may not be trained in safety measures or on proper techniques for surface preparation. Another factor is the quality of the products that they are using. Some paints may be lower in cost but will fade out over a shorter period of time. It is important to consider all of these issues when hiring your painting contractor.Do you have references that I can contact?
We would be happy to provide you with a list of references for you to contact. We have been in business for over 25 years and have built a very strong reputation in our industry.
How to Hire a Painter
Most homeowners hire a contractor to repaint the exterior of their home. Follow our advice to help ensure a high-quality job, whether you’ll have your house painted this fall or next spring.
Meet the pros. Call in at least three different contractors for your job. (Friends and family are good reference sources.) And be home for the initial meeting with them. That way, you’ll know how much time each contractor took to assess the condition of your home. The longer he takes, the more realistic the estimate you’ll get. Even an experienced painter will need more than a quick walk around your house.
Also ask each contractor about the size of his crew and the members’ experience level.
State your expectations. The number of coats a painter applies isn’t the only factor in determining the quality—and price—of the project. Preparation is also key. If you want a surface that’s free of unevenness from past paint jobs, tell the contractors—and be prepared to pay extra. But if you can live with some imperfections, agree on what level of prep is acceptable and what isn’t.
Get estimates. Seek a written estimate from each contractor. It should include a breakdown of labor, material costs, the number of coats of primer and paint, the brand and model of materials, and a detailed description of the amount of surface preparation that will be done.
Check references and past work. Get a list of references from each contractor and call them to find about their experience with the pro. A history of positive references is a good sign. Also examine jobs the painters did several years ago to see how their work is holding up. Use recent projects to check the skill of their current crews.
Consider credentials. Before you hire someone, consider his credentials. Membership in a trade or local business group, for example, isn’t a guarantee of quality work, but it shows a level of commitment and reliability on his part. Also verify whether the pro has the appropriate license(s). (You’ll find the licensing information in your state at the Contractor’s License Reference Site. Also check with the Better Business Bureau, the attorney general’s office in your state, or a local consumer-affairs agency to learn whether the contractor has a history of unresolved complaints.
Obtain a complete contract. The contract should include all the contractor’s key information: name, address, office and cell numbers, and license number, plus whatever details were in the estimate. Make sure the contract clearly states what is and is not included in the job.
Get a copy of the painter’s liability and workers’ compensation insurance certificates. If he doesn’t have coverage, you could be on the hook if, for example, the crew drops a ladder on your neighbor’s car or a crew member gets hurt on the job.
Ask for a guarantee. The painter should promise to correct any chipping, peeling, blistering, flaking, or excessive fading or chalking that occurs within two years after the job is done at no or little cost. If he tells you the paint itself has a warranty, remember that doesn’t include labor, which is a far more costly proposition than material.
Choose the paint yourself. Your painter might try to talk you into a paint he prefers, but use the finish you want.
Look for lead. If your home was built before 1978, older coats of paint could contain lead. That means the painter might need to take extra precautions to avoid any hazards. See “Getting the lead out” for more information.
Hold out. Finally, don’t make a large down payment and withhold the final payment, typically 10 to 15 percent, until you are fully satisfied with the job.
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