Get the Best for Less at Energy Star Remodeling. Our skilled painters take their time to prepare for the proper paint job. From patching cracks to drywall replacement, properly masking and covering your valuable belongings, we take pride in our work. We supply a high end result with quality primer and just the right paint. Simple or complex you can rely on us to get it done right the first time.
Trust in Energy Star Remodeling to get you the best quality paint job that lasts.
Did you know that preparing for interior paint is just as important, if not more than, the type of the paint you choose? ENERGY STAR REMODELING will get you the best interior-paint job!
We know the importance of good prep work.
Remember, you are not dealing with a salesman. You can sit back, relax and let the professionals do what we know best. With quality finish and great price, we keep growing with every satisfied customer.
'Painting expert Udi Hen shared the top five colors used by his Los Angeles-based company, Energy Star Remodeling, in a Forbes article. At the top of Hen's popular colors list is Sherwin Williams Austere Gray.
This neutral color gray made the top 20 list of favorite gray paint colors over at Living Well Interior. Also appearing on Sherwin Williams own best-selling gray paint colors list, Lazy Gray is the go-to shade for interior walls or trim.' -John Cohen :Forbes Editor-
The average cost for a basic interior painting of a 1,500sq foot house in Los Angeles is between $8,400 - $11,700. Northern California is priced at 40% more. Various factors will determine the final cost including the amount of paint and labor that is required and weather or not you are hiring an insured painter.
A flat finish will hide most imperfections. It is common for a ceiling to be painted in a matte or flat finish. However, in a bathroom it is most common to use semi-gloss to provide glare.
Not all paint manufactures are created equal. Most commonly requested brands & considered best are Sherwin-Williams, Benjamin Moore, Behr, The Home Depot & Lowe's.
It's common that unlicensed contractors wont offer a valid insurance. Cutting corners like this allows them to offer lower prices, but it presents a big risk for homeowners. If a contractor doesn't have the proper insurance, the homeowner can be liable for costs related to an accidental property damage and more.