When it comes to painting your home, it makes sense to hire an experienced residential house painter in Easton. At Elite Trust, we are here to help you with all of your interior and exterior painting needs.
We can paint a single room or your entire home, and can even help you to choose the best colors for each room!
Interior painters don't just throw some paint on the walls. They should be able to create intricate designs and offer decorative finishes. We are trained in the various techniques available and we will get the job done right every time.
As your residential house painter, we offer both interior and exterior painting services. We will work with you to make the interior of your home look just as beautiful as the outside.
We focus on providing each customer with the best service possible. That means arriving on time, staying within budget/estimate, and cleaning up after ourselves.
Let us make your house a home. Call for a free estimate 781-975-2660
How to Choose Interior Paint:
There are several types and brands of paints that can be used for residential interior painting in Brockton. It is often best to consult an expert who can help you determine which the best brand is and finish for your walls. Some tips on selecting paint are as follows:
Decide which finish is appropriate for your interior. Semi-gloss is ideal for kitchens and bathrooms. Flat finishes are ideal for other rooms. Although gloss finish is ideal, flat will hide most imperfections and withstand most cleanings.
Deciding between oil and latex paint could be a problem. The choice depends on the area to be painted. For walls, latex (Water Based) is recommended as it dries faster with less fumes. For areas that would always be in contact with fingers, oil paints are recommended
There are two types of exterior paints that we recommend, oil based paint and latex paint. If you want to paint the exterior of your home and would like to chat with an expert call us for a free consultation: 781-975-2660
Oil-based paints are very durable and water-resistant. They result in hard finishes we suggest using an oil-based paint if the surface you are painting has already been painted with oil-based paint.
If you are painting your home for the first time we suggest using an exterior latex paint as this can be a less costly option.