You have chosen the perfect color to paint your home's interior but how do you decide the right finish for your paint? There are 4 main Paint Finishes and depending on the project you are looking to complete, each finish has it's benefits and disadvantages. Today we are going to breakdown each finish and where... Continue Reading →
With the Holidays quickly approaching, you will inevitably be spending more time in your kitchen, preparing your Thanksgiving Turkey, baking Christmas Cookies, and enjoying time with your family. If you are looking around your kitchen thinking it may be time to update your Kitchen Cabinets before your have that Big Family Gathering, make sure you... Continue Reading →
It's #NationalDonutDay! Come see us on your way in to work and get your donut compliments of North Pointe Painting & Carpentry!! #donutsonthedrive @northpointepainting
Did you know Tuesday November 5th is National Donut Day?? Join us on your morning commute for Donuts on the Drive! We will be passing out Donuts while you wait at the intersection of Green Lake and Green Lake for that pesky light to turn GREEN! See you Tuesday! #nationaldonutday #donutsonthedrive @northpointepainting
Like most professional painting companies, we are eager to get our season started as soon as the weather starts to warm up in March and we will keep painting until the dreaded cold of November starts to creep in. With such a limited window, many homeowners are ready to get on the schedule and get... Continue Reading →
The colder weather is coming, is your house ready? We all like to hold on to the warm days and sunshine as long as possible, but living in Michigan, we know that the cold weather will be here sooner than we would like. While the days are still warm and the sun is still shining,... Continue Reading →
Beige is back and better than ever! Stay tuned for our favorite beige color choices!￼
DID YOU KNOW??? The oldest house paint was made of lime mixed with milk and sometimes natural pigments! King Tut’s tomb was painted with milk paint! Even the White House was originally painted with a lime-based whitewash.