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Hired 18 times
9 years in business
(Mountain Time Zone)
10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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Color consultation was only offered by this company. Great communication all the way through the process.May 1, 2016
These guys just finished my place. What an incredible job! Everything went so smoothly, from Ben's friendly personality during his estimate, to the beautiful finished product. Such attention to detail! Go with these guys--you'll be glad you did!Oct 1, 2015Foothills Painting LLC's reply
Thank you so much Cindy, we really appreciate your kind words!
Good job, good service doing the stain on my house. Would recommend.May 19, 2015
Beautiful work! Thank you!Nov 9, 2018
Exterior PaintingOct 13, 2017
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?It is important to know that for a typical two story home in Colorado can vary greatly in price. I could come up with a quote as low as $2000-$2500, or as high as $6000-$8000 depending on the materials being use, the level of prep work required, and complexity of the job. This is why we do a detailed written estimate, to confirm you are getting exactly what you want, and we can provide multiple options you can compare side by side.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?After spending 6 years working with a national painting company, I realized I was really good at running a painting business... and there are a lot of really bad painting companies out there. So I thought it'd be a good opportunity, and something I knew I was good at. We've just grown and grown from there.
- What types of customers have you worked with?We are experts are residential exterior painting. Most of the homes we paint are 7-20 years old, getting their 2nd or 3rd paint job ever. Common problems on the house is peeling paint on trim boards, door trim, window trim, garage trim, fading paint on the south or sunny sides of the house, and cracking joints where boards meet. These are all common problems in Colorado and can be fixed very easily. If they are not fixed, however, they can lead to expensive carpentry problems.