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WE HAVE MANY HAPPY CLIENTS

 “…Work was done sooner than we planned and an excellent job performed for a very fair price. Just want to say thanks to Murat and his crew for a great experience!”   David Dunlap

Unique Ceiling Painting to Stand Out From Others

When you think about remodeling or doing some repainting, the ceiling is the last thing you would see because after all, it has always been white, isn’t it? This is very interesting since the ceiling takes up majority of the space in the room, unlike the floor which is broken down into several sections by wall divisions and the furniture. By failing to hire professionals to handling your ceiling painting, you are leaving a literal white elephant in the room.

Icing on the cake

The best designers don’t overlook the ceiling, they actually use it to cap off a very good look—an icing on the cake so to speak. A ceiling designer can actually make the room seem bigger than it is. You can even change the whole look of the room entirely without touching anything other than the ceiling. So that should save you a lot of money compared to repainting the whole walls, adding carpets or refurbishing your furniture and decors. In most instances, the painting part is the easiest. Most people can even handle this one on their own, particularly if the ceiling is not too high. But the pre-painting process can be tricky: from choosing the colour to choosing the right paint for the unique set of challenges posed by your office or home. It’s not like in the movies when you just buy a roller and can of paint and you can already achieve a finished product comparable to works of the ceiling painting professionals.

Before choosing your painter

You have to ask the ceiling designer several questions first: • What does he think is the right colour for the surface of your ceiling (texture, characteristic, etc.)? • What does he think is the colour that would best fit the room? • What are the materials needed to paint your ceiling? • What is the overall objective that should be achieved by the final product? • What is the overall budget range to achieve the desired effect? • How long does it take for the painting process to be concluded? Remember, dark colours actually enlarge, not shrink, a room. Plus, with the right dash of hue you can actually have something that can impress customers because having a dark ceiling painting is not very common. It all starts with making the right choice in hiring the ceiling designer, everything else will be easy after that.