We have the teams, equipment and experience for both commercial and residential painting.
Take a look at some of the Omaha homes we've painted. We use the highest quality Behr Premium paints to get optimal results. We Also prepare the surfaces to be painted witH power washng, scrapping, scrubbing or sanding to ensure the best adhesion of the paint to the surface.
In addition to homes, we paint all types of commercial structures like apartment buildings, strip malls, warehouses, free-standing buildings, parking lot lines and pretty much anything else that needs to be painted.
To ensure our customers are well covered, we also will take on smaller projects like storage sheds, lawn furniture, gazebos, fence painting, dog houses, free-standing garages, decks of course. We strive to be your one-stop source of professional painting services.
Omaha Painting Contractors
Somewhere near the top of the list of things that no homeowner wants to do, you probably have “house painting” listed in big, bold letters. Yet painting your home is one of the best ways to protect it from the elements and maintain or even boost its value.
The good news is, you don’t have to tackle this job yourself if you don’t want to. Hiring professional painting contractors saves you time and ensures the job is done correctly so you get the most value for your investment.
Top Questions to Ask
The following questions will help you interview potential contractors and find the the best house painter for your needs:
Help a Painter Out: How to Prep Your Home
Although your painters will do their share to prepare the surface of your home’s exterior for painting, there is much you can do to help them before they show up for the first day of work.
First, take care of any repairs that may be needed on your home. You will need to replace any areas showing rot or damage before painting begins.
Next, take steps to prepare the areas surrounding your home. Trim or tie back the bushes and the trees around your home to make way for painters. Lay out drop cloths to protect your landscaping and driveway from paint splatters, or ask your painters to do so when they arrive. Remove fixtures such as lights, doorbells, mailboxes and other accessories that are affixed to the home. Cover air conditioning units and other items near the work area that need protection from paint.
The more you do to prepare your home ahead of time, the quicker your painters can complete the job. Remember, when all is said and done, you’ll have a freshly painted home to enjoy — and the feeling that you’ve reinvested in an important asset for your family.