Things To Consider When Repainting A Luxury Home

Luxury homes (or “high-end” homes) are more difficult to repaint than average homes. We’ve been busy in areas like Mission Hills, Leawood and parts of Prairie Village so far this spring, and there’s some common elements among them. A few things to consider:

Surface prep is more important than most realize – Many of these luxury high-end homes are actually older homes. Repainting…

Neighborhood Painting Earns 2015 Angie’s List Award

Neighborhood Painting, Inc. Earns Esteemed 2015 Angie’s List Super Service Award
Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service
 January 13th, 2016  – Neighborhood Painting, Inc has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the local services marketplace and consumer…

5 Warning Signs of an Interior Painting Disaster

an interior painting disaster is waiting to happen with too much paint on ladder

One of the biggest considerations people often make with their homes interior is whether or not they are going to do it themselves. Often it comes down to the value of their time. Doing a big interior job – and doing it right – takes a great deal of time (and skill).

But all that aside, let’s say you’ve decided to repaint the inside of your Kansas City house. And you’re going to hir…

2015’s Best Of The Blog

With 2015 coming to a close, we at Neighborhood Painting wanted to bring you the best of our blog. A look back at the best posts of the year, in case you missed something! With winter weather here you may be inside and looking for some light reading, or pining for Spring to get here fast (we were so spoiled earlier)! With that said, here’s a look at the best of the best.
Thinking about selling…

How To Increase The Sale Value Of Your Home (With Paint)

great interior paint improves resale value with bright green walls and tan drapes

The harsh Kansas City winter is finally here. Okay, as I type this it’s actually 50 degrees outside and very uncharacteristically sunny for December. But the harsh winter is coming! The Farmer’s Almanac predicts a short – but severe – season. Your daydreams will soon turn to spring flowers and sunny days after a few months of winter weather sets in. And spring means two things to Kansas…

4 Reasons To Paint Your Home Interior This Winter

With the winter months approaching, we’ve laid out a plan to help you get the interior you’ve always wanted without spending an arm and a leg. There’s actually quite a few reasons that you should consider painting your home interior this winter. I know that most people associate painting as a task for the warm weather. That’s true for exterior painting – although we paint well into t…

Popular 2016 Interior Painting Colors

Sky blue is a favorite inside paint color for kansas city homes in 2016 as shown by this accentric layout in blue paint

It’s that time of year, the Royals are making a post-season run and weekends are filled with football. Leaves are turning and falling, and Starbucks has Pumpkin Spice lattes back on the menu. It’s Fall, and winter is right around the corner. Most people don’t think about repainting their house during the winter, but if you’re looking at having the inside of your home updated, it’s also…

Winter Interior House Painting Special Offer

a new coat of beige paint is added as the second step of a winter home improvement plan

The Kansas City Winter is upon us, and the Holidays are in the rear view. Gifts may be unwrapped, but we have one more waiting for you. That’s right. We want to give you the gift of free paint!

If you paint 5 or more rooms in your house, the paint is on us. The work must be performed between December 1st and March 1st to partcipate in this offer. We want to put our money in your home so that…

September Newsletter

September News

This month, we have the honor of spotlighting our Wood Rot Crew Leader, Kevin Sanderson.

Kevin is the crew leader of our wood rot division. He is responsible for running the projects and managing the employees on his team.  Kevin started with company in 2012 on the paint crew, but not long after he started, was promoted to crew leader and has been running the wood rot crew ever since. T…

What is Wood Rot / Dry Rot? Why Does it Matter?

an example of a kansas city home with wood rot

Wood rot. Dry rot. Many Kansas City area homeowners aren’t aware of the threat these pose to their wood exteriors. Even homeowners with partial brick or siding still likely have some exposed wood. Let’s take an educational approach to what exactly you’re dealing with.

Wood rot is simply the decay of wooden material. Even fresh cut trees start decaying as soon as they’re felled. Paints,…

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