Finglas Painting offers a full range of decorative finishes including faux, Venetian plaster, Mediterranean stucco, and marbleizing. Call or click to request a free estimate.
Interior Painting Specialist
We plan for all kinds of possibilities: whether all walls will need a skim coat prior to painting, whether primer must be tinted to improve coverage, whether a specific base coat—entailing paint system paints—is needed to react to a given color to provide depth. We discuss each option with you, so you can make an informed decision on whether to use different hues or employ the full breadth of your chosen colors’ requirements.
Our gallery typifies our attention to detail. We know that the rooms you live in are your family’s comfort zones (they’re ours too). We employ craftsmanship and care to create environments that motivate, energize, or calm.
Finglas Painting follows a well-honed process that focuses on customer satisfaction. We begin by learning about your needs, budget, and timing requirements. We’ll provide an accurate estimate. Throughout the project, we’ll give attention to every detail. While we won’t cut corners, we’ll show you effective, efficient ways to get a stellar job done.
Brands we stake our reputation on:
Finglas Painting focuses on proper preparation of all your exterior wood. We’ll work with you to determine the look you want—translucent or opaque, natural tones or a touch of color. Of course, we use only the finest quality products.
Proper removal of wallpaper is one part effort and two parts care–and it’s critical to preparing the surface for installation of new paper or paint. Our work with interior designers can help you choose the kind of covering that makes the room a centerpiece. Call or click to request a free estimate.
Bathroom and Kitchens
We recommend using latex* paint with built-in mildew fighters. We help you pick the correct finish on floors and millwork for high traffic areas.
We use top-quality natural brushes on trim and other areas that demand fine detail. *A high-quality latex paint costs about $20 to $35 per gallon and demands two coats for a good-looking, long-lasting layer. (Do not skimp; it will show.) In general, more expensive paints have better ingredients and come in more brilliant colors.
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