Here you will find the answers to our most frequently asked questions. We would be happy to answer any other questions you might have.
What kind of paint do you use?
We use a high quality exterior acrylic paint along with a durable UV protective finish on each of the layers.
How durable is the finish?
Our finishes are very durable, much more so than regular paint. We guarantee against fading and chipping for 4 years, although we are confident that it will last many more years. Customers have told us after 5 years that their doors look just as nice as they did when we first painted them.
What colors are available?
I would like for my front door to match my garage door. Can you do that?
Yes! We also do faux wood painting for your front doors. It really completes the look of your home. Does your front door already have a natural or varnished wood finish? We can custom match your garage doors to that color!
How much does it cost to paint my garage doors?
Unlike many faux finishers, we charge per project, not by the hour or sq. foot. There are several factors to determine the cost for our wood faux finishing, such as the number of doors and if your doors have windows. Use our easy online Quote Request form and we will promptly respond with a quote via email.
What forms of payment do you accept?
For your convenience, we accept Cash, Check or Credit Card via PayPal.
I need approval from my HOA.
We have worked with many HOAs and have never had a problem getting a project approved. Most will only need a picture of the finish you would like. If they need further information, they can contact us directly. We can also work with your HOA to offer special pricing to the residents of your community.
Do you offer any other services?
Yes! We offer other faux finishes such as marble and stone for columns and fireplace mantles, as well as custom murals and canvas paintings. Please contact us for more information about our other artistic services.
What is your service area?
We service all of the Sacramento area and surrounding areas within 150 miles.