Beautiful West Linn home gets fresh life breathed into it with new interior paint.

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What a difference painting the interior of your home has on its overall look and freshness feeling. When colors get worn and tired looking, we are happy to step in and breathe life back into the walls, ceilings, staircases and so much more! And that is exactly what our extremely talented team did for these homeowners. So, what did we do to make it feel like new again? Also, check out the Yelp review they left!

How we did it?
✔️Masking
✔️De-greasing – lots of scrubbing
✔️Sanding
✔️Oil Primer
✔️Filler work on all the dents and dings
✔️More primer post filler / sanding
✔️2 Finish coats masterfully applied

“After moving to our new home, we decided this time to tackle some of the big projects right at the start…and this involved a bigger paint job than we were ready to take on as a DIY. In doing searches in our new city, I came across Pearl Painters and their very detailed description of their process caught my attention. From the estimate appointment with Randy Meyer, to the quick scheduling, and the main team of painting EXPERTS Traynor & Jeff (and extra help from Leanne, Isaiah & Noah)….we were continuously impressed with the attention to detail throughout. I am a self-admitted perfectionist and the crew leader Traynor was ALWAYS responsive to any feedback or concerns I had. The areas they painted involved the majority of the interior and they even managed to keep everything around them clean and organized since we’d already moved in.

The bonus was how lovely, friendly and just plain NICE all these people are! We did several projects upon move-in and this was the easiest one of all, with a truly great outcome. After we save up some additional funds, we fully intend to have Pearl Painters take on the few remaining rooms that need a new look!  They were not the cheapest bid but they are definitely the best VALUE.” – Lauire M.

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