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You chose the wrong color now what?

November 11, 2017 at 8:04 pm | Category: Interior Painting

We have all been there.

You spent weeks agonizing over your color selection for your home, looked at pictures, asked friends and anyone who would listen.

You finally chose the perfect color and you give it to your painter to apply and you run off to work only to find when you get home the worlds worst color and your heart drops. The whole room is finished and you’re mad at yourself, the painter and the paint store too.

So now what? How could this of been avoided? The better question is how much will this cost to fix.

Don’t panic first, it’s only paint, no one was hurt and there are much worse things in the world that could have happened and are happening than your bedroom color. Laugh it off and let’s fix it.

The first thing we will look at is a color chart, why do you not like this one? Did the lighting in the room or from a window change the color?

The painters are already at the home, so your cost should be a lot less than originally charges as they don’t have to mobilize or set up again. There certainly will be a cost as it was not the painter’s fault, don’t blame them they only put it on the wall, they cannot be expected to know your taste.

How could this of been avoided? Easy, do samples IN your home, don’t pick the color from a fan deck or at the store. Bring the color home at the least, a small qt of paint is not that expensive vs painting the entire room over. Lighting does change colors, we have had clients swear we have used different paint within the same room because of lighting changes. Put this color on the wall and check it at different times of the day.

These simple samples can save money and wasted time and save the stress and misery small things like this may create.

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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