Albuquerque Painting Hire or DIY?
Hire someone or do it myself? This is the question we always ask ourselves. Let's go over a few things and decide. Do you need minor repair on stucco or drywall? Is it easy to reach or will you need a ladder? Are the ceilings being painted? How is the chimney and soffit/facia looking on the outside?
If you decide to move forward on your own, do you have good insurance? If you decide to go with a professional to help with this project, no worries. (As long as you are not hiring your local handyman or brother in law.) Professional companies will carry good insurance. We carry some of the BEST insurance to make sure the customer will have no worries. Our employees are insured as well. We also try to make sure we have some of the BEST employees as well.
We can come in and get that drywall fixed or repair that stucco in a jiffy. Most of our residential projects take about a week. When we leave you will be amazed at how nice your home looks. Like new again. We strive to do the BEST quality of work at the BEST price for you. We are here for you.
It can get expensive if you fall off a ladder and break a bone. What if you accidentally spill the paint? Now you need a new carpet. I know painting looks easy, believe me. But, painting is time consuming and harder then it looks. I personally don't care to hang off a ladder to get a tight corner.
How is that ceiling looking? Did it get water damage from the hail and rain last fall? We can make it look new for you. We can even replace the insulation to insure no mold. We are great at Albuquerque Drywall Repair and Albuquerque Stucco Repair. Why pay thousands and thousands to replace that stucco? We can repair it for you. Remember #ournamesaysitall #bestpaintingabq #albuquerquepainter #albuquerquepainting #stuccorepair #drywallrepir.
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about the owner
The founder of Best Painting Inc. started residential / commercial painting with his brother. After moving to California, the founder continued residential / commercial painting and came back to Albuquerque in 1988. He continued painting until he started his own company in 1992.