Interior Painting Doesn’t have to disrupt your home

January 12, 2018 at 7:41 pm | Category: Interior Painting

Interior painting does not need to be a stressful time

Painting or any work in your home may be disruptive to your schedule but it doesn’t have to be.

A properly planned and sequenced painting project will allow normal daily life to continue without disrupting, causing additional stress than normal life does.

A job once won on our end, begins with a planning meeting in the shop, the project manager and the lead painter are present as well as the estimator and administrative department to make sure the project starts off right and that continues throughout the project.

We normally do a pre job walk through depending on the size and scope of the project, this is the perfect time to go through the scope, make sure everything is clear and plan out the schedule for the project.

On the first day of a project the lead painter will again walk through with the homeowner to make sure nothing has changed. They will set up a small area (shop) for the painter/s to work from and determine again the game plan for the project.

Each day the painter will address the following days schedule and plan to make the homeowner aware of the sequence and movement of the job.

With proper planning and communication, this is an easy project, if a homeowner may be too busy to do this, we would normally recommend they find some time, either 5 minutes int he morning, leave a note for the crew or leave a voicemail.

After countless projects our system works usually smoothly with help from the homeowner, it is a relationship and team effort once a project starts and the homeowner has a role in that.


If you are looking for an experienced Northampton & Lehigh County painter then please call (484) 821-7112 or complete our online request form.




Ryan Amato - Amato Painting and Power Washing

ryan amatoRyan Amato is a man driven by his values, first and foremost. As manager of Amato Painting, Ryan’s leadership is one of trust and commitment. His relationships with his team are as important as those with his clients. His motivation to provide professional service is driven by a dependable workmanship that secures their reputation of being the best at what they do. No matter the size of the project, Ryan is adept at meeting deadlines and budgets.

As an award winner for his outstanding painting work, Ryan’s projects have been featured in the Sherwin Williams Quarterly Industry Magazine. You can find his contributions to the painting community across numerous blog sites and on his YouTube channel. With a true passion for his craft, Ryan is driven by so much more than the bottom line. He lives in Easton, Pa with his fiancé Michelle, his two teenagers, Preston and Ryenn and his dog Duncan who stars on the company logo!

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