We offer the following advantages on qualifying projects:
Free Color Consultation
Choosing your colors for your home is the hardest part of painting your home. We will work with you in choosing colors that you will be happy with. Each contract comes with a FREE one hour consult with our color designer.
Interior Painting: 7 year Warranty
By performing quality work and using superior products we are able to offer a 7 year warranty on our interior projects.
Exterior Painting: 9 Year Warranty
As standard, we offer a 5 year labor & material warranty on our exterior painting projects. Most of which can be extended to 9 years by taking advantage of our Healthy Home Service Package.
A Better Experience
It is important to not only do a great job, but to provide a great customer experience. We do this by having professional painters that have passed background checks. They are trained staff to be clean, courteous and committed to your project. We communicate, don’t make excuses and our accountable. Our systems allow us perform quality work in a timely and efficient manner. You and your family will feel safe and enjoy having our team in your home.
We are one of most reviewed painting companies in Lane County.
We live and work in a great community that has blessed us, and we want to Paint-it-Forward. There are many commendable nonprofit organizations and families who are deserving of being honored, encouraged or just given a helping hand and we want to give back in the way that we can!
Young Entrepreneur Scholarship
Do you know of a youth or an individual wanting to start a small business? Lawn service, babysitting, tutoring, pet sitter, dog walker, website, or washing cars are a few examples of businesses you can do, but not limited to. We want to help you pursue your dream.
If you are age 8-20 years old we’d like to help you pursue your dream this summer by providing our Young Entrepreneur Scholarship (Y.E.S) with sponsorships up to a total of $1000 will be awarded.
How did we start?
We actually started Sir Paints A Lot in Billings, Montana in October 2013. We were excited to be expecting our first child in February, but just before Halloween, we found out that rather than dipping our toes in the business we were going to be diving in head first. So we did what we thought was best and bought as many of the necessary tools we could afford and gave business cards to everyone who would take them. It wasn’t a smooth start but it was a start and had I known what was coming I might have waited.
You see, My wife was blessed with a wonderful girls trip to a faraway land and missed the cold start to a long winter, one of the coldest winters many had experienced decades. The first few weeks of December were brutal with temperatures averaging -30 with windchill up to -70! The transmissions in most cars were frozen solid, snow melting off the roof was running down and freezing doors shut, windows were clad in ice inside and out, even the home insulation was not enough in many cases and ice would build on the west walls exposed to the arctic blasts. That was a pretty hard time and we didn’t imagine it could be much more difficult anytime soon…
Four days into a new year, we were so excited to be setting new goals, happy we had made it 3 months in the new venture and eagerly waiting for our first son we didn’t see the next setback coming. On our way into town on icy roads with billowing snow, going for a dinner date or picking up paint supplies, we found ourselves in a situation that left us in a ditch and the work truck was totaled, I had a broken wrist, and Cait was due in just over a month. We were concerned for the baby, but he was unharmed and can be seen in the photo above, the biggest of our three littles.
So that is how we got started; headed into winter, a blizzard of bizarre events and a broken wrist. Not a bad start eh?
Where are we going?
We are now expanding our team with only the best so that we can better serve our residential and commercial repaint clients. Offering great services is what we call the lowest standard possible. We aim to raise up the standard of what is acceptable in the trades. Part of that problem we have identified is that there is typically one person that answers the phone, calls clients, emails proposals, meets new clients , runs supplies, and does most of the labor. That image doesn’t instill confidence to me and I bet you’d agree. Part of why we hire the way we do is to make communication a breeze and peace of mind for everyone.