For Houstonians looking to spruce up the interior or exterior of their home, a fresh paint job is an excellent and cost-effective way to renovate. If you have questions about what kind of paint to use—such as “Should I go with water- or solvent-based paint? And what’s the difference?”—or if you’re not sure if should go with a glossy finish or choose a matte look, contact a Best Pick Reports™ certified house painter to have your residential painting questions answered.
Before the first drop of paint is applied to your home, a quality Houston painter will help you choose the best kind of paint for the job. For instance, a glossy sheen works well in a bathroom or kitchen as it’s an easier surface to clean, while a matte finish provides a muted sophistication for living spaces. Regardless of what kind of paint used, a Houston residential painter will work thoroughly to prepare the surface for painting, ensuring a successful paint job. Care should be taken to tape edges and drop cloths used to cover floors and furniture.
In order to determine a Best Pick company, EBSCO Research has interviewed thousands of homeowners across the Houston-metro area. To be a Best Pick Reports™ company, a business must get at least 100 A-quality reviews from its prior customers. Using a Best Pick company will help ensure that the quality of your paint job will be covered.
Some Communities Serviced by The Heights/Midtown Best Pick Companies:
Afton Oaks | Bellaire | Braeswood Place | Greater Heights | Greenway/Upper Kirby | Gulfton | Houston | Midtown | Northside Village | Oak Forest/Garden Oaks | River Oaks | University Place | West University Place
77002 | 77004 | 77005 | 77006 | 77019 | 77025 | 77027 | 77030 | 77046 | 77054 | 77056 | 77081 | 77098 | 77401 | 77003 | 77007 | 77008 | 77009 | 77018 | 77092
Note: All areas listed are an approximation of areas serviced by these Best Pick companies. Companies may limit their service areas during busy periods, and they may service other areas not listed here.