Leitchfield Home Wall Painting

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APaul Davis Restoration - Bowling Green
Replaced water damaged sub floor in kitchen, carpet in two rooms and covering in kitchen and bathroom. Painted walls, ceiling in kitchen and bathroom. Outstanding work!
- Allen K....
AThe Paint Doctor
Everything went great. Randy always provides an estimate and contract explaining the job to be done and expected cost and payment schedule. He is always on time and provides the equipment needed for the job. Randy has a very steady hand and is able to do trim without additional taping which can be time consuming. He is also a whiz with the chaulking gun which speeds up his productivity. He is also willing to return and replace curtain rods, etc if needed. My kitchen looks great and I will hire Randy for my next project.
- Sue W....
AMiracle Man Painting
Josh did an excellent job. He was very thorough and even did extra painting that was not in our bid. He would offer to do small jobs at no extra cost. He was there when he said he wold be and stayed longer to help us out.
- Jerry L....
FA Fine Line Painting
Had Fineline painting do an initial project. Workmanship was acceptable. Did experience a billing issue where they asked to be paid by PayPal as a personal transaction vice business transaction. This resulted in a refund scenario where I had to wait for my money to be returned while I had already sent them more money. Had to wait for my refund a week so I was out twice the money for that period. We hired them for a second job and had a totally different experience. Workmanship was horrible. They lied to us and said the project was complete to be paid (we were out of town). When we returned we found they had not painted the interior of the cabinets we had paid them to, painted doors which we had contracted them to, reinstalled doors that they had painted. There were several drips on walls where they sloppily painted casement windows. Finally I strongly recommend they you do not contract with this company to do drywall work. They did not replace all the drywall I requested in a bathroom, did not tape and mud corners properly, mud and sand joints, etc. I had to hire another contractor to repair everything they had done in the bathroom. We had gotten estimates to do another floor on the house but will definitely not ask this company back. In addition do not leave any tools or ladders where they have access because they will use them, including removing them from closed closets on different floors. Finally they are dishonest in billing, they said they were done as described and billed. It took a month to get them back out and they still didn’t finish the job correctly so I had to hire someone else..
- Kevin H....
ADrew Olson Painting
Drew Olson & his team did an excellent job painting the exterior of our home. He also had to repair/replace some wallboard that was rotted and caulk and patch some holes. We had never painted our home since moving in 12 years ago and it took a lot of paint. He and his crew did a great job & were very professional and reliable. The price he quoted was fair and reasonable, AND they finished the job on time for the price quoted and did not cancel. Our home looks so beautiful thanks to Drew Olson's expert house painting services. I will absolutely hire them again for house painting in the future.
- Susan K....
FKMACK PAINTING
We hired Kevin McKinney for interior painting and staining. He didn't sand, he didn't tape. He gave a sob story about needing more money to pay his bills, packs up his stuff, and never comes back. He touched up areas with the wrong colors and then acted like it wasn't his fault for grabbing the wrong paint can. There is stain on the walls and not on the stairs because he didn't tape. It was terrible. He was also careless about moving furniture and left a large gash in our hardwood floors. He was here on and off for three weeks-- coming at odd hours, leaving early. He always had excuses. He brought a guy named Ricky who is just as terrible. As he was walking out the door and I was asking him if he was going to fix the mistakes he said "Boy, if you keep talking I'm going to punch you between the eyes."
- Jesse W....
AEastern Contracting
The crew was polite and competent, good people and great work. They Installed sheet rock, moved electrical hook-ups to fit new vanity lights, moved plumbing to fit new vanity, installed new toilet, installed new vanity, large vanity mirror, and vanity lights, primed and painted walls, installed trim, and installed new door. Also, they traveled outside of regular service area at my request which added to overall cost, but the price was still reasonable. They paid attention to the details and left the area clean. What more can I say except...I now LOVE my bathroom!!
- Sheila W....
ADerwood's Handyman Service
Derwood gave me a very fair estimate, showed up on time when he said he would, worked above and beyond the call of duty, and did an excellent job. He was trustworthy, consistent in showing up, and did everything he was asked to do (and he made sure I was satisfied). Best of all, he left the place cleaner than it was when he started!! He turned a nightmare of a job into three gorgeous, ready-to-paint rooms. He was very conscientious about his work and the quality of work he did.
- Leslie B....
DPepper's Painting
Jerry is a very nice guy. He seems to really like what he does, but the quality of the work is where things go down hill. The job was supposed to take 4 to 5 days. He and his guys (both are son in-laws from what I recall) would show up on time but always be in a hurry to leave by 2 or 3pm. Granted, I live fairly far from where they do; but that was known prior to taking the job. They cost themselves a great deal of extra work by doing things out of order and not doing it correctly the first time around. When refinishing a stair case, you really shouldn't paint the spindles before you strip, sand, and stain the rest of it. The painting of the wall and trim looked great. That stair well was a literal nightmare though. First, they sprayed the spindles on day 1 (bad move). Then, they laid on a thick layer of stripping get which dripped everywhere (including my carpet). What do you think that gel did to those newly painted spindles? Yep, stripped the paint right off and gooped it all up wherever it touched. Then, they sanded and scraped the original clear coat off the railing and treads...using everything from scrapers to wire brushes...then stained right over the wood without cleaning any of the debris off first. I thought I was going to have heart failure when I came home that day. There were huge scratch marks all in the wood from them not "sanding" with the grain and using wire brushes..and there was gunk from the scraping all mixed in to the stain. I called Jerry and went "off". He came back the next day and spent a whole day re-sanding (properly) the treads and railing. When the stain went on again...it looked great. I told him not to apply the polly top-coat until every bit of debris from sanding was off the treads..so, his guys started hand (re) painting the spindles. Now...my assumption was that they were going to sand down the peeled and gooped up paint on the spindles caused from the stripping gel...uh, no. They just started painting right over it. Again, I went "off" on them. I literally had to go behind them and start scraping paint where it looked like CRAP because his guys didn't want to spend the time it was going to take to do the job right. I called Jerry again...on the night of the 8th day and told him they had until the end of the next day to fix it and get it all done; or we were calling it quits. They came back the next day and stayed late to get everything done...not "right"..but acceptable enough for me to say "good enough". He has one son in-law that is NOT doing him any favors by working for him...he SUCKS at trim/detail work....huge drips of paint that Jerry had to keep going back and redoing. Honestly, I would never call them back again...period.
- Cheri P....
ASteve Hatton
The overall process went very smoothly. Mr.Hatton is very knowledgeable in many areas.  He helped me make some great changes in my plan that I'm very pleased with.  Things were very organized or at least as organized as they can be during a remodel.  He done the entire bathroom. He installed new cabinetry, done a custom tile job around the mirror over the sink, painted the walls and trim, plumbed in the new toilet and sink fixtures.  I love my new bathroom!!!  I will most definitely be using Mr. Hatton in the future!!!
- Jennifer H....

Interior Painting in Leitchfield

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Business Description: I DO NOT PAINT HOUSES. I do Paint Color Consulting for Historic and all Other Homes by Email. Choosing exterior historic paint colors for your house is not easy. Our paint color consulting service makes it a lot easier. Historic homes are our specialty but we also do newer homes. We show you photos of your house in various house color schemes and period paint colors as if it were actually painted. We do NOT use colored pencils or gimmicky paint color visualizers as others do. Our paint color renderings look totally real as if your house was photographed after it was painted the chosen colors. The biggest mistake homeowners make when painting their house is color placement. Bad color placement can really upset the architectural balance of a house. We are curb appeal experts and will honestly critique your house. You may not like the truth but we will advise you where the problems are and what you can do to make your house look its best. Check out the before and after photos in our website’s portfolio. Also visit our web page for detailed information on our virtual house painting service and how it works. Our website is very educational and all owners of an older home should read it if you care about your house. Prices start at $250. The average price is about $400. Prices depend on number and style of windows, if there are trees in front of the house, architectural details etc. Email us with a large size photo of your house and we will be happy to provide a quote.
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Recent Review: Replaced water damaged sub floor in kitchen, carpet in two rooms and covering in kitchen and bathroom. Painted walls, ceiling in kitchen and bathroom. Outstanding work!
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Recent Review: Everything went great. Randy always provides an estimate and contract explaining the job to be done and expected cost and payment schedule. He is always on time and provides the equipment needed for the job. Randy has a very steady hand and is able to do trim without additional taping which can be time consuming. He is also a whiz with the chaulking gun which speeds up his productivity. He is also willing to return and replace curtain rods, etc if needed. My kitchen looks great and I will hire Randy for my next project.
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Recent Review: Very pleased.  Professional team.
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Recent Review: Josh did an excellent job. He was very thorough and even did extra painting that was not in our bid. He would offer to do small jobs at no extra cost. He was there when he said he wold be and stayed longer to help us out.
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Recent Review: Drew Olson & his team did an excellent job painting the exterior of our home. He also had to repair/replace some wallboard that was rotted and caulk and patch some holes. We had never painted our home since moving in 12 years ago and it took a lot of paint. He and his crew did a great job & were very professional and reliable. The price he quoted was fair and reasonable, AND they finished the job on time for the price quoted and did not cancel. Our home looks so beautiful thanks to Drew Olson's expert house painting services. I will absolutely hire them again for house painting in the future.
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Recent Review: We hired Kevin McKinney for interior painting and staining. He didn't sand, he didn't tape. He gave a sob story about needing more money to pay his bills, packs up his stuff, and never comes back. He touched up areas with the wrong colors and then acted like it wasn't his fault for grabbing the wrong paint can. There is stain on the walls and not on the stairs because he didn't tape. It was terrible. He was also careless about moving furniture and left a large gash in our hardwood floors. He was here on and off for three weeks-- coming at odd hours, leaving early. He always had excuses. He brought a guy named Ricky who is just as terrible. As he was walking out the door and I was asking him if he was going to fix the mistakes he said "Boy, if you keep talking I'm going to punch you between the eyes."
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Recent Review: Derwood gave me a very fair estimate, showed up on time when he said he would, worked above and beyond the call of duty, and did an excellent job. He was trustworthy, consistent in showing up, and did everything he was asked to do (and he made sure I was satisfied). Best of all, he left the place cleaner than it was when he started!! He turned a nightmare of a job into three gorgeous, ready-to-paint rooms. He was very conscientious about his work and the quality of work he did.
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Recent Review: Jerry is a very nice guy. He seems to really like what he does, but the quality of the work is where things go down hill. The job was supposed to take 4 to 5 days. He and his guys (both are son in-laws from what I recall) would show up on time but always be in a hurry to leave by 2 or 3pm. Granted, I live fairly far from where they do; but that was known prior to taking the job. They cost themselves a great deal of extra work by doing things out of order and not doing it correctly the first time around. When refinishing a stair case, you really shouldn't paint the spindles before you strip, sand, and stain the rest of it. The painting of the wall and trim looked great. That stair well was a literal nightmare though. First, they sprayed the spindles on day 1 (bad move). Then, they laid on a thick layer of stripping get which dripped everywhere (including my carpet). What do you think that gel did to those newly painted spindles? Yep, stripped the paint right off and gooped it all up wherever it touched. Then, they sanded and scraped the original clear coat off the railing and treads...using everything from scrapers to wire brushes...then stained right over the wood without cleaning any of the debris off first. I thought I was going to have heart failure when I came home that day. There were huge scratch marks all in the wood from them not "sanding" with the grain and using wire brushes..and there was gunk from the scraping all mixed in to the stain. I called Jerry and went "off". He came back the next day and spent a whole day re-sanding (properly) the treads and railing. When the stain went on again...it looked great. I told him not to apply the polly top-coat until every bit of debris from sanding was off the treads..so, his guys started hand (re) painting the spindles. Now...my assumption was that they were going to sand down the peeled and gooped up paint on the spindles caused from the stripping gel...uh, no. They just started painting right over it. Again, I went "off" on them. I literally had to go behind them and start scraping paint where it looked like CRAP because his guys didn't want to spend the time it was going to take to do the job right. I called Jerry again...on the night of the 8th day and told him they had until the end of the next day to fix it and get it all done; or we were calling it quits. They came back the next day and stayed late to get everything done...not "right"..but acceptable enough for me to say "good enough". He has one son in-law that is NOT doing him any favors by working for him...he SUCKS at trim/detail work....huge drips of paint that Jerry had to keep going back and redoing. Honestly, I would never call them back again...period.