Answer: Bluenote Painting is not licensed to bid or work on homes built prior to 1978. Homes built prior to 1978 require a contractor that has a Lead Paint Renovator License to bid or work on them, and we have chosen not to obtain that license.
When working on home improvement projects, it’s only natural to look for ways to cut costs and make the project more affordable. We talk to many homeowners who are debating the cost of painting themselves vs. hiring a painting contractor. We find that many of these homeowners aren’t looking at the true cost of painting… Read More
Interested in hiring Bluenote Painting for a painting project in Oregon? Learn what it’s like to work with our Oregon painters and how we make the process easy and successful. Need a painter? Here’s how we help Our clients turn to us to help solve a problem. From interior walls or cabinets that just aren’t… Read More
Answer: Our painters are very experienced at repairing dry wall and other repairs that need to be made and typically we do that as part of the prep that is included in your estimate.
Answer: We clean the house, mainly by pressure washing, caulk with a high quality caulking agent, scrape and prime the entire house before painting the exterior of the home.
Answer: The cost of painting a house in Portland is going to vary upon a number of factors, including size, style of house …
Answer: Lighting, carpet and furniture may make the same paint in your house look brighter or darker. The best bet is to find out what color it is and get a little sample at the paint store. Paint a patch on your walls and see what you think. Every house is different and has different… Read More
Answer: Typically it takes between 2 – 3 painters, but every job is a little different.
Answer: We move all the furniture into the middle of the room and cover it in big sheets of plastic to protect it. All of your floors will be covered with canvas drop cloths.