Did you know BEST Painting has some of the BEST insurance coverage that can be offered? We are also offering a 20 percent discount on all interior work for the month of January we know its cold out but that's not stopping us! feel free to call us for a free estimate. We specialize in stucco repair, Drywall repair, Wall covering and wall paper removal.
When you want the best you call BEST Painting!
Winter is here again. Jack Frost is nipping at your nose as the snow and rain starts to fall.
How many of us are thinking "I still haven't fixed that drywall damage from the last rain." Don't worry we are here for you. We love making your home look and feel it's Best. We have great Albuquerque Painters who can help with that drywall repair. We can remove the bad drywall, check and replace any insulation that may have been saturated. Then we can get that ceiling or drywall repaired and re-textured for you. As well as repaint to same color or do a color change for you. All you have to do is reach out to us and we are here for you.
As the weather gets colder you will probably spend more time inside. With it getting dark so early you probably have lights on. Now all that drywall damage is showing. "Don't fuss call us" We are here to keep the stress away for you. We love to help make you happy. We are even offering financing to ease the burden at this time of year. Did you know besides drywall repair we offer stucco repair as a more affordable way to make your home look new again. We can coat the stucco with Elastomeric or paint with a Masonry paint. You decide which is a better fit for you. Are you tired of popcorn ceilings? We can remove it for you. Do you have ugly outdated wallpaper? We can remove that for you. We are always here for you. We want you to be happy and enjoy your home for years to come. Not sure on colors? We will even help you with picking out the colors for your home project. All you have to do is give us a call or drop us an email. Most of the time we can get an estimator to give you your free quote in a day or two. So always remember DON'T FUSS CALL US. #paintersalbuquerque, #drywallrepairalbuquerque, #stuccorepairalbuquerque, #bestpaintingabq, #ournamesaysitall, #painting.
As we approach the Christmas holiday, some of us will have family over. It is time to step back and look at our home. How do the walls inside look? How about the outside? Is it time to paint? Give us a call and we will do our Best to get you taken care of before Christmas. We can repair any holes or water damage in the drywall. We can help make that Stucco look new again without the huge cost of redoing it. We even can help you with your texture. We are here to help make your home look it's Best. Don't put that home project off any longer. Don't fuss call us, we are here for you. 505-385-6173, and remember Our Name Says It All. Best Painting Inc. Have a very Merry Christmas.
Last week we blogged about Dunn-Edwards color of the year for 2018. This week we will talk about Sherwin Williams color of the year for 2018.
According to Sherwin Williams they have chosen Oceanside SW6496 (172-C7) as their color of the year. It looks to be a green to blue color. You can copy and paste this link to check it out.
Sherwin Williams states it is a color of jewel-toned green with rich blue. They also state that it is elusive and accessible. A deep, complex color that gives a sense of familiar with a hint of unknown, Oceanside, unites together a peaceful balance of greens and blues that can be seen in what's new and old .
The blue awakens a multitude of moods depending on color and application. Despite this variation, blues are universally seen as intelligent, honest and interesting which makes blue one of the most beloved colors worldwide.
Oceanside's multi-dimensional, marine-inspired look can give welcoming feel as a color for a front door. Blue gives the feeling of loyalty and trust. Some say if you choose blue you are considered confident and dependable. Green gives a calming effect which helps to give the feel of contentment. Different shades of green can give a feel from relaxation to galvanizing.
Oceanside's green/blue tone can also help initiate creative thinking along with clear thought in your office, or create a soul searching, or self examination feel in your reading nook or bedroom.
Oceanside is universal in design and style from traditional to contemporary, mid-century modern to Mediterranean-inspired.
These are the colors Sherwin Williams is recommending to use with Oceanside. Sherwin Williams also states, that the color Oceanside can make metallics shimmer, like beach stars at dusk. They suggest to set a stage and create drama.
Our estimator would love to help you pick colors. Louis is an artist has has a great eye for colors. He can also help you decide on colors to help you sell your home.
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Please let me know your thoughts. Feel free to respond on your thoughts and ideas.
I like the Exuberant Pink.
According to Dunn-Edwards they have chosen Green for 2018 color of the year. They call it The Green Hour DET544. Green seems to be popular right now.
They have a video about it on youtube I have posted the link for you to view.
I feel this picture shows how the color can look inviting. Green is known to have a grounding effect, it helps to connect you to the outdoors.
Remember back in July we blogged about favorite color of the world was Marrs Green. We also blogged on the house we painted Escape Gray back in August, but when you look at the picture you can see it is a light green (you can see picture if you scroll down to Just Finished).
If you like this color we can help you with it. #ournamesaysitall #bestpaintingabq #paint #drywallrepair #stuccorepair
About The Green Hour, known throughout French history as l’heure verte, "The Green Hour" is described as the 5-o’clock hour or twilight, when bistros and cafés were filled with patrons, and absinthe was the drink of choice. Absinthe grew in popularity in the 1840s when French troops were served the drink. By the 1860s, absinthe was so popular in French cafes, bistros and cabarets, it became known as The Green Hour. While the drink color is a more vivid green, The Green Hour reflects the time and era.
This week I want to help make sure you know what to look for when hiring a painter. I am sure most of us are not aware of the fact that the state of New Mexico cancelled licensing for painting contractors. Yes this is not a typo. The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department decided to eliminate licensing for painting contractors. (Maybe they decided they are making to much money) They have claimed "complaints against these trades as problematic because there is no code standard to which the work performed can be held. As such, licensing the contractors in these trades does not promote public welfare, does not provide protection of life or property." Wait a minute, licensing does help with protection of property. It helps to ensure that the contractor has insurance, as well as paying there fair share of taxes.
Painting was classified as GS-18, with the regulation and licensing department. This is the website that tells what they have decided to declassify www.rld.state.nm.us/constuction.
We are wanting to inform people about this so that they will have knowledge. If a person hires someone because they are cheap, do they have insurance? Or will they be suing the home owners insurance if something happens. How is the home owners property protected? What if they get over spray on cars, break something, or even worse, they get hurt? Is the homeowner going to have to go through their insurance carrier and possibly get their insurance increased, or possibly be sued?
When you hire someone to do work at your home, please make sure they are insured. This protects you as the home owner. It is not worth saving a dollar if it ends up costing you down the road, if they are not carrying insurance. How do you make sure they will not take off with your money? Most painting companies will require some type of deposit. If they are a real painting company then that deposit is insured with the companies insurance.
P.S. if someone says they have a New Mexico license to paint, beware because it is not possible anymore. As of April 1st all have expired.
We just finished this home. I believe it is Jose on the ladder. I love the green in it. If you remember our blog a few weeks ago, we talked about colors and moods. We mentioned Pantone named Greenery their color of the year. Green has a grounding effect that connects you to outdoors. Green can have a soothing effect in softer tones. Myself being from Ca. likes this color because it stands out a little. I enjoy color, and it seems most outside homes are Browns or Tans. I understand it is to go with the desert backgrounds here but, I want to see a scorpion or centipede. It seems they blend in with the tans and browns that are traditional to this area. We used a Sherwin Williams paint on this home. The color is SW6185 Escape Gray which has Black, Green and Raw Umber. This person wants the paint to last so they chose an Elastomeric paint. Elastomeric stretches so it prevents cracks from reappearing in these desert temperatures. If you want your home to stand out a bit with some color, we can help you with that. Just give us a call 505-385-6173. We can help you pick which brand is Best for you @SherwinWilliams, @DunnEdwards, @Behr, @ScuffMaster, @BenjaminMoore, @PPG or any brand you wish for. #BestPaintingAbq, #OurNameSaysItAll
This week I thought I would show one of our estimators art work. His talent just amazes me. I love how he caught the reflection in this chrome pitcher. I have shared a few of his pieces on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn as well as Instagram so now I thought I should let people visiting our site see some.
It is just boggling to think someone with so much talent, is out giving quotes to paint instead of showing his work in gallery's. I want to let people know if they see something they want, they can purchase a print or original by calling the office.
Sure would love to hear some feed back on this talent.
This is part 2 of last weeks post.
Last week we shared yellow and green and how they can make you feel. Now we will move on to the last three colors.
Blue is considered calming and a serene color. Blue is considered to be beneficial to the mind and body, even in bolder forms. Dulux which is a maker of paints, named their blue shade Denim Drift the color of the year for them. Pantone is another manufacturer of paint, they named an airy shade of blue as as the official color of optimism.
"Blue symbolizes loyalty and trust, Those who choose blue are considered confident and dependable," says Loma. "People have been found to be more productive in a blue room because they are calm and focused. Blue tones work Best in bathrooms, studies, and bedrooms. It's also an ideal color for small rooms."
Tip: Use blue with warm undertones to keep a cold feeling from room.
"Pink is the choice of a loving, kind and generous individual," explains Loma. Pale pink reflects warmth and sensitivity. It is also the color of romance and sensitivity,""Meanwhile bright pink means an optimistic outlook. It is considered to be fun, inspirational and energetic. Pink is great for living rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms."
Tip: Pink can make the space feel small. It is Best to use pink in rooms with large windows or spaces that have a lot of light.
The last color would be red. Red is considered to be a bold and confident color. Studies have shown that red raises the heart rate and induces emotion, it is considered idea for energetic homeowners who like to get things done," say's Loma.
How can you decorate with red? "Red demands attention and denotes a lust for life. It symbolises optimism, confidence, and vitality." Loma explains. Red used in living spaces will make a room feel opulent and welcoming. It also creates the perception of warmth, especially during the winter months."
Tip" Red can be intense, so introducing patterns can tone it down without losing the vibrancy.
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.