Los Angeles House Painting Color Consultant 310-470-9218


Tired of spending your valuable time and money painting test swatches all over your walls -- or repainting rooms that just didn't look right?  Need help selecting the right color for your house? 

Alan Silverstein does in-home color consultations starting at $250 for the first hour. He'll help you pick the right color for your home. 310-470-9218 

The color consultation begins with an phone analysis of your space and what you are looking to do with it. He will discuss and devise color schemes for your interior rooms or exterior surfaces.    


Call All Los Angeles Painting Company, Inc. 310-470-9218 http://www.alllosangelespaintingcompany.com   

All Los Angeles Painting Company, Inc. is a custom residential painting company with 35 years of interior and exterior painting experience. All Los Angeles Painting Company, Inc. is known as the most competent and best value house painting company in Los Angeles.  When looking for a house painter in Los Angeles, All Los Angeles Painting Company, Inc. is the one to choose.      


Why is it so difficult to find a good house painter? 

How often have you heard stories about bad house painters?  They got paint all over the furniture and floors, got dust everywhere and left without finishing the job.   

The shortage of good painters comes from the unwillingness of many homeowners to hire and pay for qualified professional painters.  Many customers select their painter based on whomever gives them the lowest bid period.  Without being able to qualify what makes one bid different than others besides low price, homeowners will usually get a low quality job.  The best way to get a good job is to educate yourself about the elements of a proper paint job.  The lowest priced painter won't include many of the important elements that make for a good paint job.     

Hiring the lowest priced painter encourages low quality painting jobs.  A skilled painting contractor can't do a good job at low ball prices. Intelligent people do not shop for medical, legal or other professional assistance on the basis of price, but this is the primary criteria used by many homeowners in selecting a house painter. 

Homeowners who want a good, long lasting paint job, should educate themselves on what a good paint job entails and then negotiate a fair price for a first-class job. Homeowners who learn what is expected of a good paint job and select a high quality painter based on that knowledge will be well rewarded for their time and learning investment with many years of beauty and satisfaction.  

On an annualized basis, it is less expensive to use first-class paint and painting contractor than to try to save money by cutting corners. In painting, as in other aspects of life, you often get what you pay for. 

For example, a homeowner paying $5,000.00 for a job that lasts seven years pays $714 per year as opposed to a homeowner who pays $3,000.00 for a job that lasts two years.  The homeowner who chose the cheaper painter is paying $1,500.00 per year for his paint job.  That means the cheap painter is more expensive than the expensive painter based on a year over year comparison basis.  

Getting in and out of the paint store quickly: Getting stuck for hours in the paint store is a huge waste of time.  Most painting contractors arrive at the paint store when it opens.  That can be a great time to get tips and advice from real painting contractors.  Most homeowners come to the paint store in the middle of the day.  These people need a lot of help from the store staff.  Expect to wait in line for hours if you come to purchase at this time.   

If you're going to need help at the store, it is best to speak to someone in management.  Staff behind the counter are usually younger and rarely know much about house painting.  Go straight to the manager if you need good advice or help.   

The best way to quickly get in and out of the paint store:  Call ahead of your trip to the store.  Introduce yourself to the manager and request personal service.  You can make an appointment.  If you will be making a purchase of $1000.00 or more, let the store manager know you are making a large purchase and need personalized help.    

Getting free color samples for your job:You can often get a paint store to give you free paint samples if you have a clear commitment to purchase a large order from that same store.  If the manager can't give you free samples before the job, ask if he will credit them back to you after you purchase all the paint for your job.