Painting Services in Murfreesboro
We are dedicated to providing the very best painting services to Murfreesboro and the surrounding areas. From Interior to exterior, residential to commercial, if it can be painted – we can paint it. Exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail are the reasons why we have made so many people happy throughout the years.
We treat every project as if we were painting our own home. Our painting process is very thorough, and we never cut corners to get a job done faster. Jim’s Paint and More understands that the only way to succeed in this industry is to be great. We aren’t happy with your painting project until you are!
Our team provides paint recommendations, but we will also use a specific brand if you like. The big three paint manufacturers are Sherwin-Williams, Porter, and Benjamin Moore. Having years of experience, we can recommend what brands we think will work best for your project. For example, some colors are only available for specific brands.
Jim founded Jim’s Paint and More, LLC in 1994. Since then, it has evolved into one of the area’s most reliable painting companies. Originally from Akron, Ohio, Jim enjoys spending time with his family and their two dogs when he isn’t managing the operations of the business. An outdoorsmen at heart, Jim also enjoys hunting and fishing in the Murfreesboro area.
Home Painting FAQ
We often hear that paint services are more then expected. Thought painting may seem like an easy process, it is not as easy as many people assume. The preparation process is very tedious, and attention to detail plays a large role in a quality finished product. A professionally completed project is truly a work of art. In our experience, a fresh coat of paint is the most important step to renewing the beauty of a home, and the money is well spent.
Grey walls, white trim, and white ceilings are by far the most common color combination we are seeing currently. A close second are beige walls, white trim, and white ceilings. We are also seeing a return to the white walls and ceilings of the past, although now it is being combined with different colors for trim.
The cheapest option is to make minimal contact with the walls, including hands, pets, and furniture. The more expensive, but easier, option is to use a higher quality paint that is washable. Most paint manufacturers offer these products in flat, Eg-Shel, Satin, and Semigloss.
Pack away all breakables. Remove trinkets from furniture and place in a safe place. Label and unplug all electronics. Remove pictures from walls, leaving only nails and screws for pictures that will be hung in the same location. This easily communicates which holes the painters need to patch. One last step that isn’t necessary, but helpful, is to move furniture into the middle of the room.