A home is a lot like a Rubik’s cube—many people attempt to properly coordinate its shapes and colors, but few can do so without painting over the entire thing. Solve puzzling design problems with today’s Groupon to Gold Seal Painting. Service areas include Austin, Cedar Park, Round Rock, Leander, Pflugerville, and Georgetown. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get interior painting for one room (a $225 value).
- For $500, you get $1,000 worth of exterior painting.<p>
The insured brush brandishers at Gold Seal Painting have been refreshing domestic verticals for more than 15 years. After moving furniture to the center of an otherwise emptied room of up to 12’x15’ in size, painters can prepare their canvas by performing light carpentry and peeling away wallpaper for an additional fee, and reveal walls’ juicy citrus sections. The crew then dresses walls in a coat of owner-supplied paint, with customers having the option to add a ceiling for $120 and trim for $48. Before partitions are plastered with fresh pigmentation, customers should call to schedule a free estimate, during which the insured painters will explain the process and answer questions about how tall Michelangelo must have been to reach the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
For exterior paint jobs, the Gold Seal Painting crew supplies the paint and trim for sessions starting at $1,400 for single-level homes and $1,900 for two-level homes. A thorough pressure cleaning sloughs debris from houses’ exoskeletons, and an expert bout of caulking and waterproofing gives façades a color-ready surface. Next, the team layers paint to give domiciles a new look or a younger-looking Mona Lisa.
Gold Seal Painting
Gold Seal Painting's insured painters aim to start and finish on time, leaving homeowners with cleanly updated interiors or fresh-faced exteriors. Workers pressure clean exteriors before applying new colors, and they can caulk and waterproof façades so they won't melt in the next rainstorm. Inside, they’ll repair walls or set to work on light carpentry tasks to prepare rooms for coats of paint. In addition, staffers can add texture to walls and ceilings or remove wallpaper to strip interiors of misapplied snowflake wrapping paper.