When you’re looking to update your home or business interior painting can be one of the most cost-effective ways to do it. Add warmth and bring new life into a dining area, or transform an empty space into a tranquil retreat. Change the interior hallways that lead to your office to create a more welcoming mood, or brighten up a waiting room with mood-enhancing colors. Whatever your goal we can help you get the design and look you want.
Our interior painting plan is simple and effective. Every job we take on is guided by our commitment to responsibility and standing behind our name. We start the job when we say we’ll start it and make sure to thoroughly clean up every day. We make communication easy. We work with you every step of the way to ensure you get what you want. If any challenges occur, we address them immediately and propose a reasonable solution.
Interior Painting Overview
There are six common types of interior paint to choose from. We’ll work with you during the design phase to ensure you get the one that’s going to give you the results you want.
Matte Paint – Matte color is the most common for interior walls. It has no shine or sheen to its finish, making it ideal for walls and ceilings where you don’t want any visual distractions.
Matte Enamel Paint – Matte enamel is very much like matte paint but is a bit more durable. It’s easier to clean and rarely needs retouching. This paint is a great choice if you have young children in the house.
Satin Paint – The satin finish is a name many people have heard of, but few understand. The finish is somewhere between matte and gloss and produces a low, soft sheen. It’s ideal for areas where you need to clean walls regularly. The downside is it highlights imperfections on your walls.
Semi-gloss Paint – Semi-gloss – Semi-gloss is more commonly used on trim rather than walls. It offers a hard finish and is suitable for heavy use. It’s easy to clean with just soap and water.
Gloss Paint – Aside from matte paint, gloss paint is the most common interior wall paint. It’s a favorite to use on wood because of its high shine.
"Updating your home or business with a new exterior paint job pays off in several ways. First off it increases the aesthetic value which makes seeing it every day exciting and inspiring. In addition, a renovation like an exterior paint job increases your home or business’ value. Exterior paint offers an ROI of nearly 140%. If you spend $1,000 expect your home’s value to increase to $1,400. Colorado weather can be extreme. Protecting your home or business from rain, wind, hail, snow, and insects pays off now and in the long run.
The Noble Exterior Painting Plan
Our exterior painting plan is simple and effective. Every job we take on is guided by our commitment to responsibility and standing behind our name. It starts with the simple things like being on time and thoroughly cleaning up at the end of every day. When you need to get a hold of us and communicate an idea or concern it’s easy, and we always respond. We work with you every step of the way to ensure you get what you want before and during the project. If any challenges do occur, we address them immediately and propose reasonable solutions. The Noble Painting 10/10 Process covers every detail along the way so you are never left in the dark wondering what’s next.
Exterior Painting Overview
Types of Exterior Paint
There are three common types of exterior paint to choose from. We’ll work with you during the design phase to ensure you get the one that’s going to give you the results you want.
Flat Finish Paint – Flat paint finish is the most porous of the three and does not reflect light. It’s ideal for painting older houses and can hide many flaws and imperfections.
Satin Finish Paint – Satin paint finish is the most popular among homeowners. It’s neither dull nor shiny and has a subtle sheen. It’s easy to maintain and keep clean with regular pressure washing.
Gloss Finish Paint – Gloss Finish – Gloss paint finish is the toughest and easiest to clean. It’s used sparingly because too much makes your home look plastic. It’s good on doors, door frames, windows frames, handrails, and outdoor furniture.