Recent Review: I called Rodney's Painting Service after checking the listings on this website. Rodney and his crew were wonderful to work with. From the beginning, he was good-humored but professional and willing to listen and adjust to my needs. We decided the job would be two coats (cutting in and rollering), one color above the chair rail, a second color below. The trim would not be painted, and they would use the paint I had bought earlier, when I planned to do the painting myself. On the day scheduled, Rodney arrived with 2 additional painters. The job consisted of a lot of brushwork--above and below the chair rail, above the baseboard, below the crown molding, and around 3 doors and the equivalent of 4 windows-- and not much roller work, but to my surprise, they finished in less than a day. I inspected the job and paid Rodney. The end of a very satisfactory transaction, right? Wrong. After the paint had dried, I noticed that some extensive re-painting would be needed--but it was my fault. I had miscalculated the amount of paint needed and had to buy a second gallon half-way through the job. After the paint dried, the two batches of paint did not quite match, though the difference was subtle. A little re-touching was needed, as well. I called Rodney. Two days later, he was back with his crew, even though he has just started another (much larger) job. I thought I might have to convince him of the need to re-paint, but he took one look and agreed that it needed to be done. He and the crew handled the matter as expeditiously as they had the first time around. I offered to pay Rodney for the extra time, especially since it was my mistake, but he refused. He said the important thing was that I be satisfied with the work. I've always been a DIY painter, in part because I've seen the uneven cut-in and dried drips on my neighbors' walls. Yeah, I'm a perfectionist. But now I've found my painter. Rodney and his crew are professionals who show up on time, clean up after themselves, listen carefully to the customer, and do a very nice job. I figure I'll be calling Rodney again, in the new year--two hallways and a foyer need some attention.