Miller Paint is a Northwest based company that has been supplying paint and coatings for the Pacific Northwest since 1890.
With 37 stores throughout Oregon and Washington, a healthy assortment of private dealers, and 40+ Fred Meyer locations, we most likely have a store near you if you're in Oregon or Washington!
Kaleidoscope Paint offers more than 3,000 liquid-color samples from the Benjamin Moore paint palette, a convenient resource that allows prospective painters to evaluate a color before prematurely transforming their walls. The professional color consultants are on site Monday–Saturday (11 a.m.–3 p.m.) to provide expert assistance and laser retinas to match paisley furniture and plaid preferences with the most relevant color for surrounding walls. Once a shade has been solidified, Kaleidoscope Paint has all the necessary interior and exterior tips and tools to complete the job, whether you're going the DIY route or paying the kid neighbor in broken bicycles and empty promises. Per gallon, Benjamin Moore prices range from $29.95 for No V.O.C. Eco Spec paints, to $46.95 for Regal Eggshell paint, to $54.95 for Bath and Spa paints.
A small group of artists walks past racks of tassels, fringes, and beads, dragging fingers gently across the myriad textures of more than 2,000 bolts of fabric. The Instock Fabrics show room wraps and rolls a rainbow of textiles and accessories that beg to be converted into slipcovers, drapes, or a friend for a lonely kite that keeps trashing the house. Tags from popular brands, such as Covington, Waverly, and Braemore, dapple the aisles, and a gallery for custom orders parades more than 20,000 additional fabrics, distinct trims, and pieces of hardware. After perusing swatches for a bedspread or a pillowcase, patrons can suss out the tablecloth situation or utilize a set of precut curtains as a vine-style swing to perfect their Tarzan bellow.
In 1938, women ducked into the Knapp Family Restaurant carrying envelopes of cash. They weren’t looking for family-style eggs and hash, they were paying their gas bill. The restaurateur, Dwight Knapp, had unintentionally set up a second business by installing a propane pipeline underneath his eatery. His little business grew from supplying just a few neighbors to providing propane to the residents and businesses of nine markets in California and Oregon. Today, Blue Star Gas’s team of experts install and service tanks, fit pipes, and help convert cars or robot butlers to run on propane.
The largest manufacturer and supplier of paints in the Pacific Northwest, Parker Paint enables new-hue-craving customers to roll and brush fresh coats of luscious pigments onto formerly drab and dreary household surfaces. To reinvent interiors, several options await including the semigloss Wall Glow ($34.27/gallon) and the Velva Kolor ($30.59/gallon), with a less-reflective eggshell finish. Parker Paint also carries a selection of weather-scoffing exterior paints, such as the flat-finish Flextron 100 ($33.03/gallon) to help homeowners paint a realistic yet unflattering outdoor mural of the neighbors.
Revival Energy Group’s team employs sophisticated technology to detect cracks and imperfections that hinder a home’s air quality and energy efficiency. Technicians offer a host of home-analysis services, presenting energy models that accurately track energy usage and comfort assessments that inspect the home’s heating and cooling apparatuses. Experts employ infrared technology to register exact temperatures in different areas of the home while isolating invisible drafts and the snoring ghosts that create them. Through its partnership with Energy Trust of Oregon and Clark PUD, Revival Energy Group can also assist homeowners with the process of securing cash incentives, rebates, and state energy credits to help with the cost of improvements.
As articulated in an article in the Columbian, Revival Energy Group’s owner, Robert Brierley, holds certifications as an energy auditor and a building analyst. The Australian émigré studied engineering and also boasts a certification from the EPA.