Quality is our #1 Priority

1. Room Setup

  • move and/or cover furniture
  • remove all fixtures
  • cover floors with wall-to-wall drop cloths

 2. Room Preparation

  • scuff or sand surfaces
  • fill holes and cracks
  • caulk gaps in trim
  • seal stains
  • clean surfaces as needed/required

 3. Painting

  • prime surfaces as needed
  • apply paint with proper tools and techniques
  • apply straight cut lines between walls, trim and ceilings
  • area clean up

 4. Final Inspection

  • complete and thorough project walk through 
  • final touch-ups where required
  • final clean up

How Should I Pick my Interior Paint Color?

Our interior painters can share more tips with you; however, most homeowners find these tips helpful when selecting an interior paint  color:

  • Dark colors recede, while light colors advance. To make a narrow room wider, paint the end walls dark and the long walls light. Same applies for small rooms and big rooms. To make a small room look bigger, use lighter shades of paint. To make a large room feel smaller, select darker shades.

  • View paint swatches during the day and at night.

  • Choose a single color to shine in a space; other colors should only be used as accents.

What Type of Paint Do you Use?

We are happy to use the brand of paint you prefer; however, we partner  with Sherwin-Williams, PPG, and Benjamin Moore for trends, training, and  more.

How Does All Seasons Painters Prep my Home for  Exterior Paint?

Power Washing (if required)

  • environmentally safe detergent
  • hand wash for delicate areas
  • excellent clean up prior to painting


  • landscape protection
  • scraping
  • minor maintenance
  • surface priming
  • area clean up

What Level of Service can I Expect for my Exterior  Painting Project?


  • cover non-painted areas
  • apply second coat per agreement—where required
  • area clean up

Final Inspection

  • complete and thorough project walk-around with your crew
  • final touch-ups where required
  • area clean up


When Can I Paint the Exterior of my House?
Ideal weather conditions for exterior home painting are 70°F and partly sunny, however paint will cure and dry at temperatures as low as 35°F. 
To preserve a prompt, quality result, our professional exterior painters will suspend outdoor work if there is a 50% or greater chance of rain in the forecast. We select premium paint for all jobs, however we are always willing to discuss your preferred brands.

How Should I Pick my Exterior Paint Color?
There are a number of factors that go into picking an exterior paint color, but we find these tips critical:

  • The more colors you add, the more expensive it will be. Unless you have a "grand" vision on how all those colors will work, keep it simple with a single base color and a single trim color.
  • Pay attention to the neighbors. Choosing a clashing color will only cause arguments, and if your neighbors are trees, then be careful about the shade of color you use. Paint looks darker on houses in wooded lots and if you have a lot of shrubbery, avoid choosing green.
  • Look at the color elements that will stay the same, including shingles and brick.
  • If you live in a warm climate, bright colors will wash out with time, which can actually have a desired effect. Bright colors will stay bright longer in cooler climates, which can make your house stand out more from others in the neighborhood.


What to Expect

Interior Painting

Interior home painting can be done effectively year-round, no matter the weather outdoors. We select premium paint for all jobs; however we are always willing to discuss your preferred brands. We will also consult on the most appropriate finish for a room’s walls and trim. Other decisions, like paint color, will be left to you. 

What Can I Expect When I Hire All Seasons Painters for Interior House Painting?
When you hire All Seasons Painters for interior painting, you can expect our professional painters to bring the right equipment, do extensive prep work, and to execute the job for long-lasting results.