Pinon Painting

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Pinon Painting
Pinon Painting offers Painting services in Prescott AZ.

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Pinon Painting has an overall ZapScore of 72. This means that Pinon Painting has a higher ZapScore than 72% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Prescott, Arizona is 40 and in the Painters category is 23. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Choosing the Sheen on Your Paint Take it from us, shinier paint holds up better. Flat paint is going to begin to fade within 6 months to a year and a half at most if not completely fade by this time. What we at Pinon Painting encourage you to do is let us paint your home with the shiniest paint that you can tolerate. We are mostly using satin, but trying to convince customers to use semi-gloss; which will hold up even better. When compared side-by-side, most people can’t notice the difference between the two. So, when choosing the sheen on your paint, go with the shinier one. In the long run, it is the more durable and better option. For more information go to: http://www.pinonpainting.com/

Painting Your Home in Your Absence Whether you’re on vacation or looking at painting a second a home, arrangements can be made for Pinon Painting to take care of your painting project without you being physically present. We are going to protect your home the same way as if you were there; and there’s nothing like returning home or showing up at your favorite summer vacation home and finding a fresh new look to relax and enjoy. For more information go to: http://www.pinonpainting.com/

Removing Light Fixtures When we repaint the exterior of your home, we at Pinon Painting are going to be removing the light fixtures. We want to make sure we get behind there to properly seal these areas to avoid any future rotting or damage. This is also a great time to change or swap out your old light fixtures for new ones since we are already going to be removing them; we can go ahead and put on your new ones at no extra cost. For more information go to: http://www.pinonpainting.com/

Plant Trimming While Painting I often get asked by owners, how much of their plants do they need to trim back or what do they need to cut back so we can get our job done. When it comes to plant trimming, a good 4 inches will be enough for us to get our tools in and for your plants to not get any paint on them. We like to make your house look like new and be able to leave without a trace, as if we were never there to begin with. For more information go to: http://www.pinonpainting.com/

Peeling Door Frames One of the heavy maintenance items everybody has in their homes due to rain or snow is peeling door frames. A door frame starts to peel because water is seeping up and in through the bottom of the raw untreated door frame. The key thing to do to avoid peeling door frames is to properly seal them by running a bead of caulk down at the bottom and that way no water gets in through the raw, untreated wood and you get a much longer life out of your door frames. For more information go to: http://www.pinonpainting.com/