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Seattle Interior Painting Articles

How to pick interior paint like a pro

Looking to refresh a room with some interior paint? Angie Hicks provides information on selecting an interior paint type, such as flat, eggshell and semi-gloss.

Should I paint the walls or finish the floor first?

When home remodeling, highly rated contractors are divided on whether you should paint or do the floors first. There are pros and cons to both.

How to clean a paint brush after using latex paint

The painting job is done, but how are you going to get all those paint-covered brushes clean? One highly rated provider explains how to remove the latex paint.

5 tips to safely use a ladder while painting

Every painting job has hard to reach spots requiring a bit of ladder work. One highly rated provider shares five tips to safely use a ladder while painting.

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Seattle Interior Painters Reviews

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"They did a great job cleaning up the holes left by the insulation contractor. The holes are barely visible and I never notice them. We were extremely impressed with the major repainting they did on our house in 2007 and once again with the touch up this time. They aren't the cheapest company, but they do first rate work and have excellent customer service. We recommend them without hesitation.
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"It was a pleasure working with
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from start to finish. I give them my highest recommendation. We interviewed four paint companies for this complete interior painting project.
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stood out in the interview process as he was very thorough and in fact, interviewed me to find out exactly what I wanted. He also made some very helpful recommendations.
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's bid was not the lowest. But,
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's professionalism gave me a high degree of comfort. I was not disappointed in the least. They did a top notch job. The lead painter Eddson was fantastic! This was a large project that included remodeling with other trades involved. Queen never missed a day that the house was ready for paint! When necessary, they worked around other trades (plumbers, electricians, hardwood refinishing) like pros. When it was time to stay out, they did that as well by communicating seamlessly with the general contractor. They repaired lots of imperfections walls and did a first class paint job. My whole family is proud of our house again.
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is a top notch operation!
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"The painters were on time and very professional. All of the painting was completed on time and looks great. Overall a very positive experience. We love our new paint job."
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"Excellent work. Prompt reply to original purchase of Big Deal. Was able to work me into his schedule right away. Painter was punctual and worked straight through without even a lunch break. I recommend this company "
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London, owner of
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, came out to my home and listened to my project description. He was patient, informative, and flexible. He came on time on the date we had agreed to. He did a very good job masking areas that were to remain free of paint. Overall, the paint job looks terrific. I strongly recommend using
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"I hired them because I saw what great work they did painting the exterior of our neighbors house last Summer (and our neighbors couldn't say enough good things about them either). Great communication, timeliness, and attention to detail. They definitely go the extra mile. Can't imagine using anyone else for any future painting.
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"They did a very nice job of painting our bedrooms and bathrooms. They were very punctual and worked steadily. They were good about communicating their plans and their progress. We are pleased with the results.
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"I have always had excellent service from
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. They are very professional, very accommodating, and very honest and trustworthy. I value their suggestions for ways to improve the appearance of the home in ways that provide a lot of value for the money. They are friendly, careful and courteous, and I will continue to use their services this year (2014) and in the future.
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"I have to give
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a very mixed review. Some things were great; some things were not.
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, the estimator (and owner, I think?), was hands-down the best person that we talked with. We wanted some non-standard work done, and most of the other folks we talked to sounded like they had no interest in doing something non-standard, so we were really impressed with
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's enthusiasm. He sent us a few quotes, including different options for the work that we wanted done. The final quote seemed pretty reasonable. They told us that the whole job should take about a week. So we scheduled our movers for the Monday after. Sadly, things only got worse from here. The painters arrived on Monday. When we showed up, we decided that the ceilings didn't need to be sanded and refinished after all, but that we did want to paint the trim. The lead painter called up his boss, and I got a call from an administrative assistant, who asked me to give a verbal approval for the price change. I was kind of surprised at how big the price difference was; the extra amount for painting the trim ($1,500) was five times as much as the savings from not sanding and refinishing the entire ceiling ($300), which seemed hard to believe. But we had already signed the contract, so there wasn't much else we could do. On Friday, we stopped by to see how things we were going. We were dismayed to find the place in total disarray. They were barely halfway through with the paint job, and there were painting supplies (and stray paint) everywhere. The place had started out relatively clean, and now it was a total mess. In addition, some of the painting work was pretty shoddy. Instead of following the technique that we had requested, they had basically just brushed paint haphazardly on the wall. We told them that the state of the walls was unacceptable, and they said that they'd redo it. We also reminded them that the movers were coming on Monday, and they promised to have the place cleaned up so that we could move in. Monday came around, and the place looked a little better; there was at least enough free space for us to fit all our boxes and furniture. But it was still pretty messy, and because the paint job wasn't even close to done, we couldn't really unpack most of our boxes, nor could we put most of our furniture in place. At least, thankfully, the bedroom was mostly done, so I could set up our bed. Aside from that, for the next couple of days, we were basically living in a construction zone. In addition, when we were moving in, we ran into a new neighbor. She mentioned how the hallway carpets had just been cleaned, and the painters were getting paint and dirt all over everything. Needless to say, this isn't the first impression that we wanted to give our neighbors! On Wednesday (I think), the painters finally finished up, packed up their stuff, and left. Unfortunately, they also left a huge mess. And, as we gradually found out over the next couple of days, there were also tons of things that hadn't been finished properly, or that had been done really poorly. Undersides of cabinet shelves hadn't been painted at all; they still hadn't gotten the special technique right on the walls; there were big areas that clearly still needed a second coat; and they even broke our paper towel dispenser. We called up
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, and the painters were back, this time with a supervisor. The supervisor walked through the condo with us, and made a huge list of all the things that they needed to get done, including "clean the d*** floor" (his words). By the end of the day, the paint job finally looked finished, but we still needed to wait another 24 hours for everything to dry before we could really set everything up. About a month went by, and we didn't hear anything from them. Eventually, we received the bill. It was yet another disappointment and surprise. First, even though we had "downgraded" the quality of the paint (the bid was for
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, the paint we got was Valspar), it turned out that the Valspar was much more expensive, because they paid retail. So we had an extra charge for that. Second, there were $1,500 worth of hourly charges for additional work. The hours were way overstated (and we eventually got the charges reduced), but even so, it seemed excessive for what they accomplished. The moral of the story, for us? First, never sign a contract that includes hourly billing. Second, never sign a contract that doesn't clearly separate materials from labor. Third, find out other people's experience of what happens when you ask for a contract change. Fourth, don't assume that a good estimator always has good people working for him. In the end, we're reasonably satisfied with the work that was done, but we're definitely not happy with how much work it took to get here, and how much money we had to spend. We'll definitely be looking elsewhere the next time we need painting and
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"The crew arrived ( 2 men) on the correct day and time and knew what they were doing. Since
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had the flu his lead man took charge. I was home during the project and ran out to buy more paint. They moved the furniture, prepped very well and cleaned up professionally. Of note-
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communicates best through the Angie's list e-mail. He has an accdnt on the phone and is a bit hard to understand. I bought my paint at
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paint store in SODO and gave them his name( he is on their list of contractors) so was able to get the contractor discount
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All Interior Painters in Seattle, WA

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AV Painting

6203 44th Ave NE
Seattle, WA

AW Painting Home Improvement

1004 S. Cloverdale St #306
Seattle, WA

Away with White

Bothell, WA

Axis Custom Builders

19318 29th Ave SE
Bothell, WA

Ayero-Lac

346 Roosevelt Ave
Enumclaw, WA

AZOTH PAINTING

PO Box 97015
Lakewood, WA

B & C Construction

11319 Callow Rd
Lake Stevens, WA

B & C Remodel and Construction

108 W Main St
Monroe, WA

B & D Painting

407 S Delmar Terrace
Yakima, WA

B & H Construction & Painting Co

11113 141st Ct E
Puyallup, WA

B K S Construction

1402 SW 20th Ave
Battle Ground, WA

B&B DRYWALL & PAINTING

9205 14TH AVE NW
Seattle, WA

B&G Property Maintenance, LLC

533A 6th St. S
Kirkland, WA

B.M.I Contracting

23930 27th Pl W
Lynnwood, WA

BA's Construction

Spokane, WA

Babin Painting LLC

593 South 11th Street
Tacoma, WA

Babin Painting LLC

4204 69th Ave Ct NW
Gig Harbor, WA

Back To The Wall Painting

1745 NE 90th St
Seattle, WA

Baldwin Drywall Inc

PO Box 47341
Seattle, WA