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Choosing the Right Paint Sheen

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You’re standing in your local hardware store or paint shop. You’re looking at row after row of paint options for your home. Even if you’ve already decided on the perfect color, you’re faced with another decision to make: Which sheen is the right one for your project? 

Of course, you can always ask the person working at the store. But, even they might have limited knowledge about which sheen would look best or what each one is made for. 

The best thing you can do is to inform yourself about the different sheens for painting projects. So, whether you’re hiring a professional or tackling a paint job yourself, you’ll know you’ve chosen the right sheen to fit your needs. 

With that in mind, let’s look at a few common finishes and which one(s) you should be going after. 

What Are the Types of Sheens?

Before you know which sheen will work best for you, it’s important to know the different kinds and where they tend to work. The most common are: 

  • Flat: A flat base has almost no sheen to it at all. It won’t leave a reflective finish, and tends to be better for covering up existing imperfections. 
  • Matte: Matte has a subtle sheen, but it is low-luster and easy to clean. Because of that, it’s great for places like bedrooms or hallways. If you’re just looking for a bit of reflection in your walls, matte is the way to go. 
  • Eggshell: Eggshell, also referred to as eggshell enamel, works great in common areas like living rooms. It has a soft look and feel to it and can be incredibly comforting. 
  • Satin: Satin sheens are best used in areas that tend to receive a lot of moisture, like the kitchen or bath. While it isn’t super shiny, it gives off a sort of “pearl” like quality that can be comfortable and elegant all at once. 
  • Semi-gloss: Most people have at least heard of semi-gloss enamel, but you may not know what it really is. Semi-gloss looks sleek and sharp, especially when you’re able to apply multiple thin coats. As the name suggests, it is a bit glossy and reflective. Typically, a semi-gloss is applied to woodwork. 
  • Hi-Gloss: If shiny and reflective is what you’re looking for, a hi-gloss base is absolutely for you. Hi-gloss can make almost any surface look just like glass, and it is often used in areas that see a lot of use. 

Many times, the sheen you choose will be a matter of preference. But, knowing where each one “belongs” and what you can expect from them can make it easier to feel confident in your decision. 

How to Know the Right Paint for Your Project

So, now that you know a bit more about the different types of sheens, which one best fits your needs? It depends on which room in the house you’re thinking of painting, and how that room is going to be used. 

For example, if you have texture problems on the walls or ceilings that you want to hide, a matte or flat sheen might work better. If you have kids or rooms in your home that get a lot of traffic, a semi-gloss or hi-gloss might be better, as they are much easier to clean up. Unfortunately, hi-gloss paints also show cracks and imperfections in the walls and ceiling more clearly, too. 

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There is no clear “winner” when it comes to choosing a paint sheen. Again, it depends on where you’re painting. Eggshell and satin tend to be the two most popular bases for home interiors. If you’re painting your home’s exterior, you might want to consider things like weather, the material of your home, and how certain types will handle wear and tear. For example, shinier sheens are easier to clean but can show any damage your house might have. 

Keep this knowledge about different sheens in your arsenal the next time you’re considering a painting project. Different sheens will work best for different rooms and purposes. When you know exactly which room(s) you’re painting, you can choose your sheen based on that. Having knowledge when you’re buying paint is extremely important for a successful project!

If you’re still not sure about which paint sheen to get, or you’re confused by the differences, feel free to contact us for more information, and consider hiring a professional for your paint job to make sure it looks fantastic when all is said and done. Download our free app now to receive a quote within two days!

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Painting Your Home – Do It Yourself or Hire a Professional

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Home design trends are constantly changing. In fact, nowadays they seem to change faster than ever thanks to the influence of home television shows, websites like Pinterest, and influencers on social media showing off their own home interiors and exteriors. 

One of the best ways to change the overall look of your living space is to pain. Whether you only want to paint one room in your house or you want to change the color of the entire exterior, painting can make any home look completely different with just a few coats!

We certainly live in a DIY culture, and there isn’t anything wrong with that. There are many projects throughout your home that you can absolutely tackle on your own. 

But, when it comes to painting, it’s best to leave it to the professionals. Even if you’re only focusing on one room, the benefits of hiring a professional painter will always outweigh the “pros” of doing it yourself. 

Still not convinced?
Let’s look at why you should always hire a pro when it comes to painting your home. 

The Quality is Guaranteed

Most people choose to paint their own homes because they think it’s easy. Most of the time, it only seems easy because it’s being done incorrectly. 

If you don’t have painting experience, you could be left with patchy spots, drips down the walls, or paint ‘bleeding’ onto areas it shouldn’t. 

When you hire a professional, you can expect top-quality results. You undoubtedly have an idea in your head of how you want your home to look after it’s painted. A professional will give you those results without you having to stress about doing it yourself. 

You’ll Save Time

Speaking of stressing over painting, you’ll save hours (or even days) of your time by hiring a pro. If you only want one or two rooms painted, a professional will likely be able to get it done in a day. If you want your entire home exterior painted, they will get the job done much faster than you would be able to, including the prep work and cleanup. 

Many people think that they’re saving money by doing paint jobs on their own. But, it’s important to ask yourself what your time is worth. If you spend hours painting a room, think about the things you could have been doing – even working to make more money! 

They Have the Right Equipment

In order to paint your house, it takes more than just a paintbrush and a roller. One of the reasons why DIY paint jobs tend to sometimes look sloppy is because homeowners aren’t using the right tools for the job. 

Professional painters have all of the right equipment to make any paint job look flawless. They know that certain brushes and rollers look best with specific paints. They know the right tapes to use to avoid bleeding. They even know how to properly day drop cloths to keep your home clean. If you’re tackling a big painting project, like painting your home’s exterior, professionals will also have the equipment needed to safely reach every area of your home. If you tried to do it yourself, it could be dangerous. 

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Guaranteed Efficiency

In addition to taking less time to paint, professionals are efficient. They dedicate their entire day to whatever project they are working on, so they will get it done as quickly and efficiently as possible. You won’t find a professional painter that starts a room on Monday and doesn’t come back to finish it until Friday. So, if you want a project done right away, hiring a professional is always the way to go. 

Should You Ever Paint On Your Own?

There are no hard and fast rules against doing a paint job in your own home. You can always tackle a small room and see how you like the experience or the final result. But, you can be sure that when using a professional, instead, it will take less time and look great without you having to worry over it. 

Does using a professional painter cost more money? Yes, you’ll be spending a bit more than you would if you painted yourself. But, it might not cost as much as you think. Plus, again, think about what your time and stress levels are worth! When you can count on a job being done quickly and being done the right way, that ends up being worth a lot more than sticking to a strict budget. 

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What Interior Painting Can Do For You

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Your home is a significant investment, and where you spend a lot of your time with your family or entertaining guests. Therefore, you want to keep it looking nice and attractive. You may not have a lot of time or money to invest in a complete renovation or remodel job.

Instead, one way to enhance the beauty and appeal of your home is to paint the interior. The following benefits of interior painting will help you to see that tackling this project is certainly worth your time and money. As the holidays and winter approach, learn more about ways a fresh paint job can boost morale and keep your home happy and healthy.

It’s Aesthetically Pleasing

One benefit of interior painting and what it can do for you is that it’s aesthetically pleasing. Paint has the power to alter your mood and make you feel happier. You may come home after a long day of work and see how beautiful your new paint job is and it’ll put you at ease immediately. Light paint colors can create space, while dark colors make rooms feel cozier and smaller. Some paint colors, such as blue, even help boost productivity, such as in a home office. A color change can alter the entire mood and ambiance of a room. Be mindful of the colors you choose to use on your walls.

Can Update & Modernize Your Space

Interior painting can also quickly update and modernize your space. Old and mismatched walls and rooms date your home and will make it look older than it truly is. Giving your home a fresh new look will have you falling back in love with it almost immediately. Light gray is a popular neutral color that will ensure your home looks more contemporary. You can also choose to paint your wood trim white for a modern appearance. It’s especially important to update your home with fresh and neutral paint if you’re looking to put it on the market in the near future.

Personalize Your Home

When you purchase a home, someone else has chosen how it should look and what paint colors to use. Now that you’re the owner, you have control over your interior painting. It’s an excellent way to personalize your home and make it unique to you and your family. You can choose colors that better suit your style and mix well with your décor. You can choose to use neutral colors in your family room and entrance while you may want to go bold in your dining room or kitchen. The decision is yours.

Easy Home Makeover

Are you sick and tired of looking at old wallpaper or dingy paint colors? If so, then interior painting can help boost your morale by providing you with an easy home makeover solution. You may dream of renovating your home but don’t have the time, money, or patience to do so. It’s a relatively quick and cost-effective way to enhance the beauty of your home. Getting your home professionally painted inside is an easy and affordable way to completely transform your space and make it look new without having to actually endure the cost and difficulty of a full home renovation. It adds an extra layer of protection and is a wise idea if you live in an old home that hasn’t been painting in a while.

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Increases the Value of Your Home

Interior painting can also help you sell your home faster and recoup the costs of the project. A new and fresh interior paint job can increase the value of your home. You may be thinking about reselling it sometime soon. In this case, one of the best ways to improve the value of your home while saving money is to repaint your walls. It’ll be more attractive to potential buyers, and you can enjoy the benefits of it in the meantime. It’s an excellent way to get a big return on your investment without having to commit to revamping your entire space.

Conclusion

There’s a lot that interior painting can do for you and your home. Now is the time to act so you can enjoy your space more and get it decorated and prepared for the holidays and winter season. You’re going to be much happier when it’s complete, and you can sit back and admire the beautiful enhancements. Hiring a professional painter can help ensure the job is a success, and your home looks fabulous. Contact us today to get a quote for your interior painting project.

Sherwin-Williams’ VinylSafe® Paint Line Opens up New Choices for Homeowners with Vinyl Siding

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There’s an old saying in home exteriors: “Wood is good, but vinyl is final.” That may be true enough, but that doesn’t mean the color of your vinyl siding has to be forever. Sherwin-Williams’ new VinylSafe® exterior paint line has opened up a new world for those who’ve grown tired of their home’s manmade cladding and want to change things up with a bright, new coat of color.

Before this innovative product came along, vinyl siding could be painted, but with strict limitations and dubious results. For one, the new color had to be lighter than the existing color. And what if the siding was already white? In that case, there were no options. But VinylSafe paint is specially formulated to perform on vinyl siding, offering smooth, bright color without causing the substrate to buckle or warp in any way.

Sherwin-Williams makes this innovative paint in a palette of 100 colors – even a few dark selections. It’s available throughout their product line, including the latex formulas Emerald®, Duration®, Resilience®, and SuperPaint® , and their SnapDry™ Door & Trim Paint.

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Adding Interest with an Accent Wall

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Creating an accent wall is a great way to revive your décor and add interest to your space. Also called feature walls, accent walls delightfully interrupt the color, texture, or pattern of the other walls in a room. Most accent walls use a deep or contrasting color to grab attention, add pop, or emphasize a feature in the home, such as a fireplace or piece of art.

For extra drama, a faux finishing technique can be used to beautifully mimic texture and dimension with paint. It’s used a lot in residential as well as commercial interiors, such as restaurants and senior living facilities. The most popular faux finishes look like natural materials, such as marble, fabric, stone, cork, grass, wood planks, or even feathers. Other techniques simply blend colors in a mottled pattern for a soft effect, or add deeper areas of the same color to bring about a soft look. Although some do-it-yourselfers get good results trying their hand at faux, the more complex techniques are better left to the pros.

An easy way to create a striking accent wall is by simply covering it in wallpaper. Imagine three walls in a room painted light green, with the fourth wall papered in a floral pattern where that same shade of green appears in some of the foliage. In general, you’ll get the best results by repeating a color from the wallpaper in the paint on the surrounding walls. With the endless choices of wallpaper, you can go with something really fun, busy, or unconventional on an accent wall that you wouldn’t dare put in the whole room. The subtle approach is also effective: try using textured wallpaper in the same color as the adjacent walls for a difference in feel but not hue.

If you’d like some advice on your accent wall, let Arch help. Remember: we’re color experts, and we can guide you toward the best choices based on existing tones, furniture, fixtures, and other elements that you won’t be changing in the space. Get in touch with us at 844-272-4724 today!

Paint Shield® Antimicrobial Paint by Sherwin-Williams

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Patented Interior Paint Formula Kills Microbes that Cause Infection

It goes without saying that COVID-19 has changed everyone’s lives. From work to school to socialization and everything in between, we have a new way of going about everyday activities in order to safeguard ourselves from an invisible and unforgiving enemy, the Coronavirus. That’s why we’re grateful to Sherwin-Williams for producing Paint Shield, a special microbicidal (bacteria-killing) paint that works to control the spread of potentially dangerous pathogens. Paint Shield is the first microbicidal paint ever to be registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This remarkable product is capable of killing harmful bacteria within two hours of exposure on painted surfaces. It remains effective even four years after application, as it will continue to kill 90% of germs regardless of how many times the painted surface is washed.

Kills More Than 99.9% of Bacteria

The pathogens that Paint Shield kills include Staph (staphylococcus aureus), MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), E. coli (Escherichia coli), VRE (Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecalis), and Enterobacter aerogenes. In light of COVID-19, many commercial buildings and facilities have ramped up their sanitation and disinfection practices, and Paint Shield is a great way to supplement these practices in a “set it and forget it” way, since it provides building owners with a method of preventing the spread of common diseases.

The Role of Microbicidal Paint

Germ-killing paint can contribute to the safety of an interior space like never before. Coatings made with antimicrobial agents help prevent the growth of mold, mildew, and – most important – illness-causing microbes, while also inhibiting odors caused by bacteria. The great majority of harmful bacteria and viruses that lurk unseen will be unable to survive more than two hours (and most will die well before then) on a surface that’s been painted with Paint Shield.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends approximately 90% of their time indoors where disease-causing bacteria can really thrive, especially when windows are closed. But that time percentage will be even higher in autumn and winter, especially if we must go back to some form of lockdown. The Coronavirus has made people of all ages far more aware of how pathogens linger on painted surfaces like walls, door frames, and handrails – places that are frequently touched, or even coughed or sneezed upon. The places we may visit regularly, such as gyms, schools, day care centers, stores, medical offices, restaurants, and offices, are visited by a regular stream of people, some who are carrying contagious viruses and bacteria.

Pathogen-Killing Paint for Greater Peace of Mind

When business owners and facility managers choose Paint Shield over conventional paint, they can increase the sanitization factor of the space as the product works with regular cleaning methods to lower the likelihood of disease transmission. Routine mopping of floors and disinfection of doorknobs, rails, and other frequently touched surfaces is critical, but it neglects wall surfaces, which may harbor dangerous germs. That’s where Paint Shield comes in, making those painted surfaces uninhabitable to pathogens that cause a wide variety of illnesses.

Arch Painting has been certified by Sherwin-Williams in the proper application of Paint Shield. All of our clients who choose this innovative product will receive an official Paint Shield Certification Plaque to display for all visitors to see. That way they will know you’ve made a smart choice that further safeguards them in these unsettling times.

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    Is Vinyl Really Final? The Drawbacks to PVC Siding

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    “Vinyl is final,” the saying goes. But is that a good thing – or a bad thing?

    When fans of vinyl use this adage, they mean to say that polyvinyl chloride (PVC) used in a home’s exterior calls for little to no maintenance. The truth is it’s not that simple. Whereas it doesn’t need to be painted, it does need to be cleaned – more frequently, actually, than you would be sanding and re-painting wood siding. This is just one factor to consider if you’re thinking of going with vinyl instead of painting your house.

    Installation is crucial, too. If vinyl siding is installed poorly, or if it ends up cracking, moisture can collect under it (whereas wood can “breathe”) and rot the wood and framing behind it while you are oblivious to the hidden damage. Mold is also a very real danger here. And don’t think that house-wrap will help prevent moisture damage: this layer gets nailed through, inviting water in. If you’re thinking of opting for siding installations, then you’ll be wanting it to be done professionally using companies like James Hardie Siding installation or another comparable service provider. This is to ensure the installation of every exterior component is done correctly for the best results and a long-lasting finish to your exterior.

    One thing that surely seems final about vinyl siding is the color. You’d better like the hue you choose, because you’ll be looking at it for a long time until the day comes that you have to tear it all off or consider painting the vinyl with a trusted product like VinylSafe from Sherwin Williams. With a painted wood-sided house, though, you can change your exterior house colors as you see fit, and the cost will be considerably less than tearing down and replacing vinyl siding. There are far more options for outside house paint colors than there are for vinyl siding colors – in fact, the choices with paint are limitless since custom colors can be mixed. This reminds us of another saying: If it’s not moving, you can paint it. For sure, some people do paint their vinyl siding, but the results never last long. It’s clear to see: vinyl really shouldn’t be your first choice when it comes to your siding. You could consider something like a James Hardie siding replacement instead if your vinyl is showing signs of age or damage. This way you’ll have a more robust, long-lasting, fiber cement material protecting the exterior of your home as well as the luxury of having it in your choice of colors and styles.

    Let’s Talk About the Disadvantages of Vinyl Siding

    Vinyl is not just used for siding and exterior trim. It’s also become a very popular material choice for fences and accessories (planters, window boxes, posts, etc.). No matter how it’s used, exterior vinyl has quite a few disadvantages, including the following:

    It fades. We’ve all seen a vinyl-sided house that’s long past its prime. While some vinyl siding can look vibrant when it’s new, years of strong sun beating on it can really take its toll, resulting in unsightly outer wall discoloration. The same goes for those vinyl fences that start out looking unnaturally bright but turn gray within a few years that then end up making the property owner start looking at wood fences or other options to have longer-lasting aesthetically pleasing fences.

    It gets brittle. Vinyl is more prone to expand and contract in extreme temperatures, and over time this leaves it brittle. New England painting professionals can tell you that wood with exterior paint, on the other hand, can last virtually forever in our climate if it gets simple regular maintenance.

    It stains. Most vinyl will permanently stain from the build-up of dirt, mildew, or algae. Unlike paint, it is hard to get clean once this staining sets in. You can try pressure-washing it, but if there are cracks or other openings, such as ill-fitting seams, you’re just going to force water behind the siding and cause a whole lot of havoc.

    It looks unnatural. Remember that unnaturally bright-white PVC fence? Well, there’s nothing like the beauty of natural wood. Whether it’s painted a fresh, beautiful color or it’s stained or left to weather with the grain showing through, it provides warmth and appeal that no manmade product ever could.

    There’s a wide range of quality. That applies to the material itself and the installation – and once it’s on your house, it’s too late. Whereas Azek is a name-brand, high-quality type of blown cellular PVC that is warranted and backed by a manufacturer with a sound reputation, common vinyl siding comes in a wide range of pricing – and, of course, quality.

    It’s bad for the environment. Vinyl is made from petroleum, and its production creates greenhouse gases and carcinogenic by-products. Then, when the time comes to scrap it, it sits in landfills and doesn’t decompose (only about 1% of vinyl siding gets recycled); in fact, it’s very likely that it will be burned, sending toxic chemicals into the air. And, we don’t like to think about house fires, but if a sided building burns, the chemical vapors that are produced are noxious – or even deadly. Remember: vinyl siding started out as crude oil, and that stuff is quite combustible.

    It could hurt your home’s resale value. Not everyone wants “low maintenance,” especially when there’s an aesthetic tradeoff. Quite frankly, vinyl looks cheap compared to real wood, and more home buyers than not will see that as a negative, especially in areas with historic or upscale homes. Imagine a lovely Victorian with its intricate gingerbread trim hidden under a plain sheath of white vinyl. It’s enough to make a historic home painter cry.

    It’s inferior to wood as an insulator. The R-value of natural wood is higher than that of vinyl siding, meaning that it’ll do a better job helping you maintain your home’s interior temperature in both cold and hot weather.

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      Pool Finishing & Resurfacing Service

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      There comes a time in the life of a pool when it will need to be resurfaced. Since this requires draining the pool, the job is best done out of season (for outdoor pools), so that no swimming time is lost. For an indoor commercial pool that’s used year-round, there’s more flexibility in timing. But there will likely be busier times at any facility where pool use would be heavier, so a less-busy time would work better for putting the pool out of commission for the days it takes to drain, resurface, and refill it. A commercial painting service or industrial floor coating contractor experienced in pool resurfacing is the best choice for this critical project.

      The materials used in pool resurfacing will depend on what the pool is made of, what its existing finish is, and the temperature range it’s exposed to (for outdoor pools). The floor coatings experts at Arch Painting will select and apply the appropriate products to ensure the longest life. They will also work with you to fully determine your needs and preferences – for example, the smoothness and color of the pool material, where there are options.

      Epoxy paint is the most durable choice for concrete pools. You’ll get smoothness, durability, and brilliance with industrial epoxy floor coating on your pool’s shell. Arch Painting uses environmentally friendly solutions to minimize impact on nature. Call us today to discuss your pool resurfacing project with one of our specialists.

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        Spring Has Sprung! It’s Time for Fresh, New Paint!

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        Get your home or business exterior painted in April or May for the best results.

        The days are long and the sun is strong: it’s finally spring in New England. We’re all enjoying warm weather, opening our windows, and feeling more energetic. Many of us are using that extra energy to get some spring cleaning and yardwork done, to beautify our surroundings after the not-so-pretty months of winter. And there’s no better way to refresh your home’s or business’s exterior than with a fresh coat of paint.

        Those who know painting know that this is the best time of year for recoating exteriors, because the temperature is just right for proper drying. When the paint gets to dry and cure under these ideal conditions, the results will be optimal, giving your building many years of fantastic curb appeal. So, don’t miss out: schedule your project today to get the best results for your home or business exterior.

        Our crews at Arch Painting are working hard this spring, and we’re ready to help you with all of your interior and exterior painting needs. We also pressure wash exterior walls and desks, and we apply stain as well. To get your free, no-obligation estimate, just call 1-844-ARCH-PAINTING (844-272-4724) or fill out a contact form today. We’d love to help you bring your vision to life!

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          Who Should I Hire to Paint My House?

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          Joe Giacalone, Founder & CEO of Arch Painting recently sat down with Nance from “The Don’t Do it Yourself Podcast”. In the podcast Nance and Joe discuss the history of his painting company, the services offered for both residential and commercial properties, as well as the processes provided by each professional project manager.

          Podcast Summary:

          • The company has been in business for 22+ years
          • Arch Painting does both commercial and residential work
          • Arch painting has about 250 employees at the height of the season
          • Arch will send out a project manager to review the scope of the project
          • The project manager will be able to give an estimate at the time of the visit
          • Joe gives some detail about the commercial work they do
          • Why should I use Arch Painting instead of a smaller company?
          • Arch offers 0% financing for 12 months
          • What if I have lead paint to deal with? Joe explains.
          • Arch Painting can handle minor carpentry and has contractors they work with for larger issues
          • On residential work, Arch Painting does not collect any payment until the job is done

          Contact Arch Painting today to receive your free estimate from one of our project managers in your area. We proudly serve all of New England;  Cape Cod, Boston, Rhode Island, Southern NH, Southern Maine, and Western MA.

          Disclosure: The 10% discount for this podcast special lasts only until 12/31/2019. You must mention you heard about Arch Painting from the podcast to claim your 10% discount on residential projects only.

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