A: They maintain up to date Workers Compensation and General Liability insurance. Positive online reviews. Strong references from satisfied customers. Triangle Pro Painting is bonded and fully insured and notorious for quality work and satisfied customers.

A: Excellent Customer Service. Our success has been based on delivering high quality painting services with exceptional customer service. We stand behind our work and will work with you to make sure you are happy with the experience and the finished product.

A: We never charge a fee to provide an estimate for your interior or exterior painting project. Triangle Pro Painting will provide a detailed estimate no matter how big or small the project is.
A: Absolutely. We are bonded and fully insured.

A: Yes, we offer a 2 year warranty on our workmanship.

A: Paint will start showing signs of wear. Paint will begin fading. You are seeing gaps or shrinking. The caulk is cracked. You are getting ready to put your house on the market. The right amount of time has passed to repaint.

A: Paint finishes comes in these general categories:

  1. Flat Finish – similar to matte finish - Good for low traffic areas, easy to touch up, not known to be easily washable.

  2. Satin Finish – also known as eggshell finish or low-luster finish - Popular in higher traffic areas, more resistant to dirt and water than a flat sheen, easier to wash, touch-ups will be more noticeable.

  3. Semi-Gloss Finish – slightly glossy, durable, hard surface structure -  Popular for kitchens, bathrooms and trim. Better water resistance, very washable.

  4. Gloss Finish – Shiny, highest level of paint sheens – Popular for trim work. Highly water resistant, easiest to clean, high light reflection makes surface imperfections more noticeable.

A: If your home was built between 1960 and 1978 you may have low levels of lead in the paint, and homes built before 1960 often have large amounts if the original paint is still present. The best way to know for sure is to test it with a lead test kit that's available from your local home center. One of the most significant factors when deciding whether it is safe to simply cover lead paint by painting over it is the condition of the existing paint and wall. If they are both in good condition, then painting over them will form a barrier against the toxins in the lead paint.

A: The interior of your home typically doesn’t need painting as often as the exterior. However, some walls in your home need to be repainted more frequently than others due to daily wear and tear. Follow these simple painting frequency rules to keep your paint looking fresh in every space and on every surface inside your house.

  • Living Room & Dining Room: You will want to paint your house interior every 5 to 7 years. This frequency generally does the trick for both of these rooms.

  • Kitchen & Bathroom: You will likely notice that your kitchen and bathroom will need fresh paint every 3 to 4 years, sometimes longer.

  • Bedrooms: Kids’ bedrooms usually need repainted every 2 to 3 years. Adult bedrooms are less frequently used and can last longer from 3 to 4 years.

  • Hallways: Have professional painters paint these spaces every 2 to 3 years to keep your paint looking fresh and new.

A: Most experts say that you'll need to paint every five to ten years, depending on factors such as where you live, climate and weather, and the previous paint job. Also, keep in mind that every surface will be a little different. For example: Wood siding - every 3-7 years, or every 4 years if it's stained.

A: Generally, ceiling paint thrives for about twice as long as vertical wall paint. This means that you will typically only have to paint your ceilings every 10 years or so.

A: High quality, Sherwin-Williams and Benjamin Moore. If you prefer another brand, we can use the products of your choice.

A: High quality paint has more pigment and resin, and though it may look the same as the low quality paint, there are big differences in the ingredients and in long-term performance.

A: It depends on the current condition of the substrate and the colors being painted. If we are doing a color match and the substrate is in good condition, one coat will usually suffice. If we are doing a drastic color change, for example white to black, two or three coats may be required to cover properly. We have some of the best painting contractors that can help you make the right decision. Triangle Pro Painting will always recommend the appropriate number of coats for your project, guaranteed.

A: Would it be an additional cost? Yes, it is ultimately the homeowner’s responsibility for any color choices, and there is an additional cost for a color change. The additional cost is determined by how much of the job is completed, along with the cost of the additional paint.

A: The air, the surface and the paint should all be at the manufacturer's recommended temperature, which is usually above 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

A: You will need to remove any small items from the tops of shelves and pictures from your wall. We can move the larger items towards the center of the room and properly cover and protect furniture/items.