Gallery

A painted upstairs.

The large amount of natural lighting entering this hallway demands a great paint job.

Freshly painted basement.

With prep work, repairs, and painting complete – this basement is now ready to be used as  a comfortable living area

A closet in need of repairs andn painting.

This closet was in poor condition and was in need of a lot of work.

A closet completed after repairs and painting.

With the proper repair work and a new paint job the closet looks great and we have yet another happy customer!

A pole in need of painting.

The room has been freshly painted but a pole acting as a center piece needs touch ups to bring everything together.

Pole after being painted.

As we can see the smallest details can make a BIG difference!

Difference between old and new ceiling paint.

Our homes age with us, therefor next time you get your teeth whitened, how about getting your ceiling whitened as well!

A painter painting baseboards.

Being skilled with the tools of the trade makes for an efficient day.

Close-up of difference

Old (yet perfectly good trim) being given new life.

A dinette in need of repairs and painting.

A dinning area can look more closed in than it has to due to darker paint. A skilled painter can really open up the area.

A freshly painted dinette.

Freshen up the windows, do a few repairs, and go with a lighter more modern colour if you so choose for a great finish. As a local professional painter to the Kitchener and Cambridge area it is my pleasure to make rooms like this look bright again.

An example of spot priming.

This is a great example of spot priming. After the repair work is completed a thin layer of paint is carefully rolled onto the repair. Spot priming is a professional painting technique that creates a better finish. I carefully spot prime every repair, taking the time and attention necessary to bring about the positive change customers are looking for. Please take note of how crisp and clean my cut-ins are at the baseboards and ceilings.

Repairs needed around toilet paper dispenser.

Unsightly holes left over after a new toilet paper dispenser installation.

Holes filled with plugs.

An industry secret for plugging up holes now revealed to you.

Patched repairs ready for spot priming and painting.

With the repairs completed the area is now ready to be spot primed and then painted.

The Benjamin Moore Logo.

Using a fine paint manufacturer; most of Benjamin Moore’s paints are no-V.O.C and therefor more environmentally friendly. I work with local paint businesses in the Kitchener, Cambridge, and Waterloo area.