Painting always starts out like a great idea - especially picking out the colors and envisioning that your place will end up looking like your Pinterest board. However, somewhere between the buying painting supplies, taping off walls, and the actual painting you realize PAINTING IS THE WORST.
We recently moved in to a place with flesh-colored walls so the color had to go. However, our place also has intricate trim meaning hours upon hours of taping alone. We bit the bullet and decided to hire professional painters to paint the entire place.
Within a day of contacting COS Painters, they were able to stop by and gave us an estimate. And in three days, we had a freshly painted apartment. A two-guy crew worked through the nights to get our place done - the job was extremely clean and polished - not a single drip on the white trim. Also, they did a great job cleaning up wherever it was that they cleaned all the supplies.
We took advantage of their consulting service with Amenities Home Design for a small additional fee. It was great to get reassurance on our paint color choices from a professional, and she did a great job making suggestions for the rooms we were undecided about. I suggest taking advantage of this service!
Another great service they provide is that they will purchase the materials and paint for you - all you need to do is provide them with your color choices and they go out and buy it to get you the lowest price. We were relieved by this because we had no idea how much paint we'd need, etc. If there are left over materials, they will also leave these for you (they left us some tarp and leftover paint).
Another bonus is that they offer a 30-day touch-up guarantee for free - fortunately we did not need to use this as our movers did a great job not scratching the walls.
Sure, painting yourself is probably the cheaper way to go, but having these guys do a great job is totally worth it - the money spent is well worth avoiding the frustration that comes with painting & you'll be so happy with the end result! Thanks!