Interior Painting

What We Do

Similar to our cabinetry refinishing, our goal first and foremost for interior painting is ensuring our customer knows what to expect when we’re in their home. That means that before the project even starts, you as the homeowner will know who will be at your home, where we will start and how long the job will take. Our final product speaks for itself, but it’s our people and our process that truly set us above the rest. You can guarantee that you’ll never feel like a stranger or a burden in your own home while we work.

You can find a significant amount of our past work here on our site as well as our various social media accounts. Found a particular look or color that you like? Don’t be shy. Feel free to reach out and ask us about any of our previous projects.

Want to bring a fresh look inside?

We’d love to help out. Whether you just need some additional information on our process or you’re ready to get the ball rolling, we’re ready when you are. Feel free to reach out.

Our Interior Process


Before bringing out any paint we'll want to make sure your house is ready for us. We'll remove outlet plates, blinds, cover up flooring and move furniture all before touching a brush or roller.


Most walls need a little bit of love and care before we start painting. Filling nail holes and hairline cracks will always be included in your paint projects. We can also handle larger repair work upon request.


Like cabinetry, we spray all of our trim and doors. However, in most "lived-in" homes, we will brush and roll your walls. This method is less intrusive and allows the homeowner to still have access to their home while we are working.


Our job isn't finished until you are 100% satisfied. Our employees always do a walkthrough of the job with the homeowner to guarantee the final product is as expected.

Why Us


We owe it to you to make sure we are completing the work above and beyond expectations. From the initial quote all the way to the promised warranty, we stand behind our work and our word.


Whether we're on the job for a day or a month, our customers will always be in the loop every step of the way. Our communication starts weeks prior to your start date all the way until the final walkthrough.


We are a young group, but, combined, we have over 30 years of experience in both commercial and residential painting projects. That said, we're always learning and improving our processes.


We typically ask that homeowners remove any items off the walls and move furniture at least 3 feet away from the walls prior to our team getting to the home. While we understand that this may not always be possible, we have no problem moving large items ourselves if homeowners do not have the capacity to do so.

Of course. We will always remove outlet plates and blinds (excl. shutters) prior to painting as we believe it is a necessary step in the prepping process.

This one depends. If you are living in the home then we will almost always brush and roll the walls. This allows the homeowners to continue living in the home while our crew is there. However, all trim and doors are sprayed which can typically be done in a single day, allowing homeowners to be back in their home after the first day.

On average, you can expect 2-4 of our employees to be at your home while the work is being completed. Feel free to ask any of the crew members questions along the way as well. Again, our goal is to make sure you feel at home while we’re working.


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